These two classics have been newly restored in 4K and presented fantastically in a feature-rich set on Blu-ray by Eureka Entertainment
‘The Foreigner’ is a thrill-a-minute action film propelled by a tense cat-and-mouse game between ageless co-stars Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan.
Director Ding Sheng and Jackie Chan reunite for this flawed yet still enjoyable popcorn action film that mixes humor with exhilarating action sequences.
Jackie Chan’s comedy-westerns that helped solidify him as a star in the States hit Blu-ray in a double feature that should please fans, even if they only come equipped with lossy Dolby Digital soundtracks.
Two action-packed Jackie Chan classics arrive together in one package on Blu-ray for fans of old school Hong Kong cinema action flicks.
Featuring a few high flying moments, thanks in part to the always entertaining Jackie Chan, Shout’s Double Feature Blu-ray comes recommended for Chan fans.
Jackie Chan’s 100th film looks and sounds great on Blu-ray despite the inherent flaws to its story.
Reasonably enjoyable martial arts adventure with appearances by some legends of the field, Blade of Kings is definitely worth a rental by fans of the genre.
Jackie Chan’s telling of the 1911 Chinese Revolution is brought to Blu-ray with fine results courtesy of Well Go USA.
The first and still the best of the Rush Hour films arrives on Blu-ray with an adrenalin rush of action and a new 7.1 lossless mix, but no new extras.