CONTEST! Derek Yee’s “Sword Master” Comes to DVD and Blu from Well Go USA!



We have a new contest from the awesome guys over at Well Go USA for their upcoming release of Derek Yee’s wuxia actioner SWORD MASTER. Here’s a bit about the film and be sure to enter at the jump!

Hong Kong cinema giants Derek Yee (Triple Tap) and Tsui Hark (Flying Swords of Dragon Gate) join forces for an epic remake of 1977’s Death Duel, when the wuxia martial arts extravaganza SWORD MASTER debuts on digital March 7 and on Blu-ray and DVD April 11 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Visually opulent, the film follows a master swordsman who must once again wield his weapon against those who threaten his desire to live in peace. SWORD MASTER stars Kenny Lin (The Taking of Tiger Mountain), Peter Ho (The Monkey King), Yiyan Jiang (Reign of Assassins) and Mengjie Jiangin (Kung Fu Hero). Bonus materials include the featurette “Mastering the Sword.”

A powerful swordsman is haunted by the destructive impact his deadly talents have on others. Weary of the bloodshed and violence from the martial arts world, he banishes himself to the humble life of a vagrant, wandering the fringes of society. But his violent past refuses to let him go quietly. The master swordsman must regain the ability to wield his sword and fight those disrupting the peace he so desperately craves.

Bonus Materials Include:

  • “Mastering the Sword” featurette

SWORD MASTER has a runtime of approximately 105 minutes and is not rated.


Courtesy of Well Go USA Entertainment, we have 3 Blu-ray available for their release of SWORD MASTER

Want to Enter? Here’s how!

Comment Below Your Answer to this Simple Question: What is your favorite Chinese swordplay film?

Contest will run until Sunday, April 9, until 11:59 PM EST.

Winners will be contacted by e-mail from the provided address below, so good luck to all that enter! And remember if you don’t win, you can pick up your copy on Blu-ray™ & DVD April 11th online or at your local retailers!

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  1. I would say Duel to the Death (1983)! ..but it’s technically a Hong Kong film (not Chinese) ..there’s a difference, just ask any Kongese people, or people from China.
    So I will say, Reign of Assassins is my favorite Chinese swordplay film!

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