Those Crazy Storm Warriors and Their Crazy Storm Warrior Fighting Ways

If you’re not psyched to see the Pang Brothers’ “The Storm Warriors” (their pseudo sequel to Wai-keung Lau’s 1998 hit “The Storm Riders”), then you just don’t appreciate crazy, overly stylized Chinese martial arts movies. Hey, it’s up to you. I personally think watching people do ridiculous kung fu moves like throwing hundreds of swords at each other and creating invisible forcefields that would make Darth Vader jealous is kinda fun. Check out two clips from the movie that have been floating around YouTube.

Japanese evil warlord Lord Godless (Simon Yam) desires to conquer China and imprisons a large number of martial artists trying to make them subjugate. Among the prisoners are Cloud (Aaron Kwok) and the martial arts elder statesman Nameless (Kenny Ho). Wind (Ekin Cheng) comes to their rescue and the trio is badly wounded by Lord Godlesss evil martial arts attack. The remaining martial artists sacrificed their lives to save the trio, hoping that the trio would beat Lord Godless one day and save the country.

Starring Aaron Kwok, Ekin Cheng, Simon Yam, Nicholas Tse, Charlene Choi, Suet Lam, Tak-bun Wong, Kenny Ho, Patrick Tam, Yan Tang, Anson Leung, Byron Pang, and directed by the Pang Brothers.

The boys take Hong Kong cinema by storm in December. Word is, a “Storm Warriors III” is already on the horizon…

Floating Swords Battle:

Water Drop Battle:



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  • Metabug

    The special effects have finally gotten good enough that this actually looks cool, the 1st one was too campy for me.

  • Metabug

    The special effects have finally gotten good enough that this actually looks cool, the 1st one was too campy for me.

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

    Booo. Hong Kong in December. Who knows when we’ll get this. I was and still am a huge fan of the original. The effects weren’t that great, but then again CG from Hong Kong is usually hit or miss. The water drop scene with Cloud was sick!!! I can’t wait to see this. It’s like live action anime!!

  • Dedpool

    Booo. Hong Kong in December. Who knows when we’ll get this. I was and still am a huge fan of the original. The effects weren’t that great, but then again CG from Hong Kong is usually hit or miss. The water drop scene with Cloud was sick!!! I can’t wait to see this. It’s like live action anime!!

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

    And anyone looking to adapt anime to live action should look at this, the original, and Zu Warriors (the remake), and SHinobi: Heart Under Blade.

  • Dedpool

    And anyone looking to adapt anime to live action should look at this, the original, and Zu Warriors (the remake), and SHinobi: Heart Under Blade.

  • sowhat

    Look cool. I hope the story dont flip-flop,like most Asian movies I had saw.

  • sowhat

    Look cool. I hope the story dont flip-flop,like most Asian movies I had saw.