While an obvious attempt to capitalize on the success of Jackie Chan’s SNAKE IN THE EAGLE’S SHADOW and DRUNKEN MASTER, the Shaw Brothers-produced THE MASTER features some of the strongest choreography that you’re likely to find in a martial arts film of this period. Featuring Chan’s Peking opera classmate Yuen Tak, the film meanders through a fairly standard plot before exploding in the final half hour with a series of some of the best fights ever filmed. A massively underrated film, also known as 3 EVIL MASTERS.
Check out the full length review of the film here.
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