Living Doll

Howard has a secret - he is in love with Christine. There's only one problem, Christine is DEAD! A grave was no place for Christine, the only place for her was at Howard's side.

Starring: Eartha Kitt (The Emperor’s New Groove), Gary Martin, Ted Maynard (xXx, Superman Returns, Spy Game)

Directed By: George Dugdale, Peter Litten

Produced By: Dick Randall, Frank Green

Runtime: (95 Min), YEAR: 1990

Computer Strikes Back

A famous music producer has a high tech apartment where everything is controlled by a super computer called S.E.X.Y. He brings his female conquests back to the “love pad” to audition them. Unfortunately for him, the computer has developed a mind of its own. A jealous female mind. And it plans to destroy its love rivals one by one. A gory and wildly over the top horror thriller.

Starring: Peter Gordeno, Susie Silvey

Directed By: Derek Ford

Produced By: Dick Randall


Runtime: (90 Min), YEAR: 1988

Ninja Over the Great Wall

The film pits Bruce Le against the dreaded Japanese Samurai. Helping Le are the legendary disciples of Shaolin Temple. Ninja Over the Great Wall is one of the first films from Hong Kong allowed to film at the actual Shaolin site, and it uses many of the cast who helped elevate Jet Li to superstardom.

Starring: Bruce Le (Challenge of the Tiger, Super Hero), Di Lung, Lily Young, Shi Kamura

Directed By: Bruce Lee, Kim Hui Lim

Runtime: (82 Min), YEAR: 1987

Slaughter High

A group of popular students play a cruel prank on a shy nerd resulting in a terrible accident. Years later a reunion is held where each of the students faces a mystery killer who may be the same nerd out for revenge.

Starring: Caroline Munro (The Spy Who Loved Me), Gary Martin

Directed By: George Dugdale, Mark Ezra

Produced By: Stephen Minasian, Dick Randall

Runtime: (90 Min), YEAR: 1986

Don't Open Till Christmas

A murderer is running loose through the streets of London, hunting down men dressed as Santa and killing them all in different, and extremely violent, fashions. Inspector Harris has decided to take on the unenviable task of tracking down the psychopath, but he's going to have his work cut out for him. Only the suspicious reporter, Giles, seems to offer the Inspector any promising leads.

Starring: Caroline Munro (The Spy Who Loved Me), Edmund Purdom, Alan Lake

Directed By: Edmund Purdom

Produced By: Stephen Minasian, Dick Randall

Runtime: (86 Min), YEAR: 1984

Shaolin vs. Ninja

In Japanese-occupied China, a group of ruthless ninjas schemes to take control of a Shaolin temple - and all of its riches - by any means necessary. The peaceful Shaolin monks are reluctant to engage the ninjas in combat but are eventually forced to defend themselves.

Starring: Alexander Rei Lo, William Yen, Alan Chung San Chui, Chi Ping Chang, Shun Chien.

Directed By: Robert Tai

Produced By: Po-Yuan Chen

Shaolin Drunk Fighter

A man who survives and attack on himself and his family hides in a Shaolin monastery where he is instructed by the priests and acquires the skill needed to exact his revenge.

Starring: Chiu-Sing Hau, Lau Chan, Cheng Chiang, Hung Yi Liu, Bing-Chuen Cheung.

Directed By: Wu-Hyeong Choi

Produced By: Ok-chu Yu

Invaders of the Lost Gold

Japanese soldiers transporting a treasure in the jungle are captured by a cannibal tribe a cannibal tribe & killed. 36 years later an expedition to find the gold ends up in a battle against the elements.

Starring: Laura Gemser, Stuart Whitman, Woody Strode (Spartacus), Harold Sakata (Goldfinger), Glynis Barber, Edmund Purdom

Directed By: Alan Birkinshaw

Produced By: Dick Randall

Runtime: (90 Min), YEAR: 1982

Jackie Vs Bruce to the Rescue (AKA Fist of Death)

Two rival martial schools fight for posession of a secret document. Wild kung fu style action.

Starring: Tong Lung (Game of Death, Game of Death II), Jackie Chang

Directed By: Chia Chun Wu

Produced By: Dick Randall

Runtime: (90 Min), YEAR: 1982

Kampuchea Express

An American journalist returns to Cambodia to bring out the girlfriend he was forced to leave behind when the murderous Khmer Rouge took over the country. A moving and dramatic story filmed in the Killing Fields of Cambodia.

Starring: Christopher George, Woody Strode, Robert Walker Jr (Easy Rider), Nancy Kwan (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story)

Directed By: Lek Kitaparaporn

Produced By: Lek Kitaparaporn, Dick Randall

Runtime: (90 Min), YEAR: 1982