Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing. Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing.
Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing.

Martial arts meets special effects in The Storm Riders, where Ekin Cheng battled an invisible Fire Dragon against a blue screen

  • Set in a mythical ancient China, the story plays out like a Western superhero film and stars Aaron Kwok and Ekin Cheng against some stunning backdrops
  • Effects-heavy scenes featuring the two manipulating water and other elements looked effective on film’s 1998 debut and brought something new to the wuxia genre

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing. Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing.
Aaron Kwok in a still from The Storm Riders (1998), directed by Andrew Lau. The film is an adaptation from kung fu comics of Ma Wing-shing.
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