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The Five Venoms aka Five Deadly Venoms (1978) • Directed by Cheh Chang • Fake Criterion
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The 5 Deadly Venoms

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  • Five Deadly Venoms 1978 Hollywood Movie Watch Online Informations :

    Director : Cheh Chang
    Release Date : 12 August 1978
    Genre : Action
    Cast : Sheng Chiang, Philip Kwok, Feng Lu, Pai Wei, Chien Sun, Meng Lo, Lung Wei Wang, Feng Ku, Shu Pei Sun, Liu Huang Shih, Lao Shen, Hui Huang Lin, Ching Ho Wang, Han Chen Wang

    widely known as one of the great kung fu films, five deadly venoms has a solid story that holds the payoff of a subtle mystery until the end for an epic fighting scene. although the fight choreography is a bit weak through the first part of the film, the payoff is worth it by the end. solid martial arts classic.

  • This is the movie that pioneered the genre of cult classic kung fu flicks. You may like others better but you never forget your first. Best known as The Five Deadly Venoms this movie is ground breaking and brought together the best cast of actors of this genre. MORE SHAW BROS. PLZ! 👊

    A kung fu flick from 1978 produced in China by the Shaw Brothers. My guess is that most people have stopped reading after that first sentence. For everyone else, this movie is odd. First, the title talks about five deadly venoms. But there are only four protagonists throughout the film. Second, the dialog is so hideous I seriously contemplated turning off this film after about two minutes. But I couldn’t.

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    • Who's Who from the film The Five Deadly Venoms
      #1 Centipede Lu Feng
      #2 Snake Wei Pai
      #3 Scorpion Sun Chien
      #4 Lizard Kuo Chui
      #5 Toad Lo Meng
       Teacher's Last Student Hybrid-Venom Chiang Sheng

      Five Deadly Venoms tells the story of one village’s struggles with five disparate kung fu practitioners who each represent a particular style of combat – namely, the Scorpion style, the Lizard style, the Centipede style, the Snake style and the Toad style. The film was a hit both in Hong Kong and the Unites States, and it opened up the world to the idea that combat between the different fighting arts was both a viable and entertaining thing.

    Five Deadly Venoms (1978) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Point for The Five Deadly Venoms in the category of originality, but then again, this is nothing that could entirely redefine the genre of indie rock. A lot of these tunes are bass driven and toppled with a flow that flies in fifty different directions before the next track in hits. So there's a lot of complexities and tempo changes going on, like if these guys were from DC, this record would probably be on Dischord Records, maybe. One thing that lacks on is the energy and ability to just grab your attention; but to be fair at least The Five Deadly Venoms do their own thing rather than having to go out of their way to please all the jaded music critics in the world.