I saw this documentary at Walmart for $10 (amazon is selling for $11), which I probably won't pick up. It's a film by Ric Meyers, who you may know from various Tai Seng commentaries. For a DVD $10 is a lot, considering that you can probably pick up an old Shaw Brothers DVD now for about the same price, if not cheaper (Blood Brothers for $5). If you've seen the documentary, let me know if it's worth picking up?
Films of Fury tells the story of the Kung Fu sub-culture from its ancient Peking Opera origins to its superhero-powered future. From Enter the Dragon to Kung Fu Panda and everything in between, Films of Fury features the genres greatest on-screen warriors, and reveals the legend, the lore, and the loony of the Kung Fu film genre like it has never been seen before.
Actors: Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chuck Norris, Jet Li
Directors: Andrew Corvey, Andrew W. Robinson
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
Number of discs: 1
Rated: R (Restricted)
Studio: Phase 4 Films
DVD Release Date: January 5, 2012
Run Time: 80 minutes