Reviewed by: mrblue
Raymond Lee had a fairly short career as a director, spanning about eight years. During that time, he found success with swordplay movies like Dragon Inn, but often floundered when he worked in other genres, as evidenced by his often rudderless and meandering 1990 Triad potboiler entry, The Killer's Blues.
Reviewer Score: 5
Reviewed by: hkcinema
If you're into depressing movies, then this would be a goodchoice. Don't get me wrong, I thought this was an okay movie, I'd just rather see A Better Tomorrow over this; but for $4, it's worth seeing Lo Lieh playing Ti Lung's older brother who just got out of jail. Moreover, some of the gang fights are JUST brutal a la Hard Boiled! It's a judgment call...
[Reviewed by Anonymous]