Lei Yu has officially become the new generation of Chinese test pilots after rounds of strict selection. Captain Zhang Ting leads Lei Yu and other pilots to test the latest fighter jets. Lei Yu keeps pushing the limits in each test flight in the hope of coming up with the perfect plane to ensure the safety of the fighter pilots.
Mak stumbles upon an obscure website “Witch’s Zone” when looking for a copy of her dead father’s favorite song. The mysterious website only allows one purchase but Mak cannot resist buying one more purple scarf. Not only does the scarf triggers her memories of her father and her first love, it may also be a vital clue in a mysterious murder.
ICAC investigator William is on the case of a corrupt policeman but finds all key witnesses killed when he starts to discover some clues. As investigation continues, William uncovers the fraud scheme of an organized corrupt group involving the government’s $15 billion ‘Care Fund’. He must fight against them to keep Hong Kong corruption free.
Wu Dang Sect’s Zhang Chui Shan’s son, Zhang Wu Ji, finds himself accidentally embroiled in the fight for the Dragon Sabre. When he unwittingly learns the powerful martial arts skills from the Jiuyin scriptures, Wu Ji proceeds to help the Six Major sects fight against the corrupt government.
Three Narcotics Bureau officers who are good friends get involved in a case with the drug lord. When the operation fails, they must make a devastating decision - two can live, but one must die. Five years later, the two vow to take revenge but end up competing against each other for their own lives. Will brotherhood be sacrificed again?
After the Chinese Civil War, 701 Bureau continues to monitor the coded transmissions between rebel forces. When radio frequencies used by the opponent disappear suddenly, Agent Zhang asks Ho, a blind piano tuner with exceptional hearing, to help find the transmission signals. Can Ho find the missing signals and foil a possible assassination plot?
A small restaurant in Shanghai is open only from midnight to early morning. The chef has no menu but will create something unique for each customer. Through the years, people come to the Midnight Diner to share their stories, taste the chef’s delicious food and leave feeling comforted and fulfilled.
Martial artist Liu hides his identity and lives in a remote village with his wife Ah Yu and their two sons, but somehow gets embroiled in a bizarre murder case. Constable Xu is a kung fu fanatic, whose curiosity forces Liu into a death duel with the Sect Leader of the 72 Demons, and puts Liu’s family and homeland in a great danger...
A blind but talented pianist Siang encounters an unrecognized but skilful dancer Chieh. Chieh is attracted to the courageous Siang while Siang is fascinated by the adventurous Chieh. Their friendship grows as Siang and Chieh pursue their dreams together. Sandrine Pinna was awarded Best Actress for her role as Chieh in the 2012 Taipei Film Festival.
On the eve of the 1997 handover, violence is rampant with triad forces causing chaos in Hong Kong. The triad gang leader assigns his right-hand man Ah Lok to take charge of the drug trafficking business. However, Ah Lok turns out to be an undercover police officer who unveils a shocking political conspiracy during the investigation.
Richie Jen, Simon Yam, Alex Fong, Patrick Tam, Ron Ng
A series of mysterious deaths happened before Empress Wu’s coronation, so the empress releases Detective Dee from jail to investigate them. All evidences are found to be related to Empress Wu though. Detective Dee vows to solve the mystery and uncover the secrets hidden by the empress, even if it may cost his life!
The movie features three horror stories in different era: a pregnant woman haunted by a ghost sacrifices her life to save her baby; a boy commits suicide after being bullied by four medical students and his spirit returns for revenge; some company staff are haunted after they open a box of used clothes, releasing a more than 20-year resentment.
Justin Cheung, Will Or, Hedwig Tam, Jennifer Yu, Kaki Sham, Stephanie Che, Lam Yiu Sing