Iron Finger

1979 [CHINESE]

Action / Crime

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776.29 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 12 / 44
1.41 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 16 / 49

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by InzyWimzy7 / 10

Beware the backyard!!

First warning: when the bad guy Hu Pao chases the guy cheating with LuLu and flies off the balcony into the "backyard", I can imagine any guy cringing in pain watching this guy in nothing but black briefs and rolling around on the lawn with blades of grass sticking to him. And the CLOSEUPS of him!! That's the only bad thing in this really fun "who's the killer?" kung fu flick.

Bruce Li in an original role as a cop. His fighting seems more natural and there's a lot of battles in this one. There's some humor to help balance it out, but there's lots of action and the hits have decent power. The kung fu instructor who helps Bruce Li later on really looks like he can fight and almost matches (if not for limited screen time) Bruce in the movie. However, Bruce Li is my fave and these types of movies where he doesn't have to pay 'homage' to Bruce Lee are a blast to watch. Definitely see it for LuLu!!!

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies7 / 10


Despite being billed so often as Bruce Li as he led the pack of Brucesploitation actors, Ho Chung Tao used his own name for this film. He plays a cop visiting Hong Kong who finds himself in the midst of a case, as a number of martial arts masters have been found dead with two puncture wounds in their necks. This isn't the work of a vampire, but instead a masked martial arts madman played by Ku Feng that has used his secret skill to turn his entire skin into steel, an act which has robbed him of his ability to make love, so he's gone even crazier. I mean, he will die if he has sex and screams that at one point.

Ho Chung Tao also fights -- and then teams up -- with fellow replacement Dragon Bruce Leung. Yet the real joy of this movie is that yes, it is somehow a kung fu giallo set on the grimy streets of 1979 Hong Kong and has a bravura performance by Lee Hoi Gei as Ku Feng's woman LuLu. She's obviously unsatisfied by her man, so she keeps cucking him by bringing so many fighters back to their bed, getting them all worked up and then having her man come on in and penetrate them -- in the neck -- with his iron fingers. Sure, LuLu is also involved in human trafficking and a horrible person, but I was charmed by the fact that she never wears anything in this movie that isn't see-through and at one point rides a man like a pony around their small apartment and then puts a cigarette out in his mouth.

As if I couldn't love a movie that unites fake Bruce Lee cinema with giallo, well, this also liberally steals from the soundtrack of Death Wish. Also: this was called Bruce Lee Dominator in Italy, which is incredible.

I guess director To Lo Po has as much right as anyone to make a Bruce Lee ripoff, as he was as assitant director om Enter the Dragon.

Reviewed by ckormos17 / 10

Two Bruces and crazy eyes guy get together for some entertaining fights

It starts with "Who are these two guys and why are they fighting?" plus it is in the dark. After the opening titles, Bruce Li enters a night club and chats with the owner about the recent murders. Next is a martial arts demonstration. Someno Yukio takes a shower with an Asian chick then gets murdered by a masked man who explains that he just felt like killing today. Bruce Li investigates and explains iron finger kung fu was the cause of death. He questions Yuan Man-Tzu who plays SuSu in her last movie role as a fine set of boobs. Ku Feng also enjoys the view next.

The fights have to be good with the two Bruces and Ku Feng going at it and they are excellent. Bruce Leung seems to enjoy showing off with some ridiculous moves but his straight forward acrobatic skills are more impressive.

My copy is English dubbed and widescreen with good enough resolution for a modern high definition television. I wish all my movie files were that good at least.

I rate this one above average and recommend it for all fans of the genre.

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