Ancient legends state that Chinese Culture was born along the banks of the mighty Yangtze, recent excavations by archeologists and historians have uncovered a vast historical record and lost treasures from China's past. At the same time Ground-Zero has uncovered these lost classics of Kung Fu Cinema, starring some of the greatest names in martial arts movie history.
Kung Fu Executioner
The original Soul brothers of Kung Fu Billy Chong & Carl Scott take their unique blend of martial arts action to the mean streets of Shanghai for this hard hitting martial arts masterpiece, "Kung Fu Executioners" also known as "Black Jim Smashes All" in certain territories. When Billy Chong returns to China to find his father being blackmailed by Triad gangsters wanting to import opium, he's ready to take on the Triads. But when his father is killed for standing up to the gang, Billy joins f-rces with his kung fu brother Carl Scott to take the battle to the bad guys. The streets of Shanghai run red with blood as our two heroes bring justice to town using both their deadly martial arts skills and a variety of martial arts weapons.
The Far East meets the Wild West in this action packed adventure starring the dynamic duo of Billy Chong & Carl Scott, in "Sun Dragon", also known in some countries as "A Hard Way To Die". When Carl Scott's family is murdered by a group of land grabbing mobsters, he forms an alliance with Indonesian martial arts maestro Billy Chong. The two embark on a vigorous training regime to prepare for their very own "High Noon"! Its old school martial arts all the way as the fastest feet in the East & West take on the fastest fists and guns from the old West. As always Billy Chong delivers an incredible performance, but the film does belong to Carl Scott, who proves himself once again to be the Best from the West!