Judas de la frontera 1989

A man joins forces with a Vietnam veteran to take revenge on his father, the most powerful drug lord on the border, who he blames for his mother's fall from grace.

Tri od more 1979

Stay on international pioneer camp in Bulgaria will take three children so much that he decides to still enjoy swimming - and missed the train. Two boys and a girl, then spend an exciting event when going home on their own. Usually educational overtones are attenuated this time, highlighted the contrary, courage and ability to help you in any situation.

Aakhri Muqabala 1977

During the mid-to-late 1970s, it seemed like the entire world had caught kung fu fever in the wake of Bruce Lee’s tragic death. Film industries from around the globe tried to cash in on the kung fu craze, cranking out untold numbers of martial arts pictures. The Pakistani film industry — commonly known as Lollywood — was not immune from this trend. In 1977, Lollywood director Khalifa Saeed, along with his cast of sweaty dudes with bushy moustaches, made their contribution to cinema history in the form of a kung fu epic entitled Aakhri Muqabala. Far more than just a novelty item, Aakhri Muqabala is simultaneously a brutal martial arts epic and a disorienting, psychedelic freak-out. This film gets my highest recommendation for kung fu fans, exploitation buffs, and jaded cult movie fans who (wrongly) think they’ve seen it all. (from: http://www.cinemastrikesback.com/?p=1859)

Armed Dragon Fantasy Villgust 1993

Villgust is a peaceful world that exists parallel to ours. However, now an evil deity has been revived and has sent evil creatures to destroy many countries, which left darkness and terror to rule the world. The peoples' prayers and cries has reached out to the goddess Windina and in order to free the world from darkness she chose eight brave warriors to defeat the evil deity. Although blessed, these warriors are unaware at the path chosen for them, thus the two groups of Kui, Chris, Fanna, and Youta must meet up with Murobo, Remi, Ryuquir, and Bostov before they can follow the path chosen for them and defeat the evil deity.

Golden Eagles in Meteora

In 19th century Thessaly, a Turkish bandit and his gang kidnap a Greek woman. Her brother, however, manages to free her with the help of their fellow villagers. The kidnapped woman reveals the Turks’ plans to loot the monasteries in Meteora, information which allows them to prevent the looting.

The Man in the Iron Mask

Teenage boy from a small village learns that he is in fact the secret twin brother of the current corrupt king of France. The four musketeers ask him to replace the king, but in a way that no one finds out about the switch. Burbank Films Australia animated release.

Limpopo 1970

Limpopo, dating from 1970, directed and produced by Jorge de Sousa, is a story about safaris where the protagonist was a rich industrialist from Porto. It was filmed in Lourenço Marques, in the Limpopo colony and the Maputo elephant reserve.

Fingers That Kill 1974

A ruthless gang terrorizes a small village where Lung comes to search for his beloved Yien. Since Yien has been kidnapped by the gang, Lung uses his iron fist skills to fight the gang members.