The Storm Warriors [DVD] [2009]

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Special Features

  • Behind the scenes with interviews
  • Special effects of The Storm Warriors
  • Trailer gallery
  • Closed Captioned


The Storm Warriors
An epic battle is played out by warriors harnessing the power of the elements in this effects-laden fantasy /action drama from the sibling directing team of Oxide Pang and Danny Pang. The brave Lord Nameless (Kenny Ho) is the leader of a band of heroic warriors with remarkable powers and skills. Nameless's nemesis, Lord Godless (Simon Yam), is a warlord from Japan with designs on Nameless's territory in China, and in a daring raid he captures Nameless, imprisons his soldiers and takes control of his land. As things look hopeless, three of Nameless's allies set out to free him: Cloud (Aaron Kwok), Wind (Ekin Cheng) and Chu Chu (Yan Tang). The three warriors call upon Lord Wicked (Wong Tak-bun) for help, while Cloud absorbs Nameless's powers and gifts for sword fighting and Godless's son Heart (Nicholas Tse) runs wild across his father's new property. As Cloud absorbs what he's learned from Nameless and Wind is tutored in combat by Wicked, can they fend off Godless, Heart and their allies? Fung Wan II (aka The Storm Warriors) is a sequel to the 1998 blockbuster Fung Wan: Hung Ba Tin Ha (aka The Storm Riders); both films were adapted from stories from Ma Wing-shing's long-running comic book series. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Ekin Cheng
    Ekin Cheng - Wind
  • Aaron Kwok
    Aaron Kwok - Cloud
  • Simon Yam
    Simon Yam - Lord Godless
  • Nicholas Tse
    Nicholas Tse - Heart
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    Kenny Ho - Lord Nameless

Customer rating

would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Kung Fu is back with Effects


    This is an excellent sequel to the first one. Of the new style kung fu flick with extra cinema effect this does it well with out the cheese and poorly done story telling. It is very dramatic with a deep plot and your use kung fu acting . If you seen the first one you already know the skills they use is impossible but very enjoyable to watch. To be able to get your hand on a copy of an english dubbed verison is rare without the price being through the roof. in other words its an highly look for move and for great reason. Its a must see for kung fu fans.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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