Ninja Strikes Back by Bruce Le 1982

Reformed criminal and ace martial artist Bruce decides to go straight and settle down with his girlfriend after being released from prison. The gang he used to be part of kidnap the fetching young daughter of an American ambassador. Bruce goes trekking all over the world in search of the lady.

DESTINATION MOON by Irving Pichel 1950

Destination Moon (aka Operation Moon) is a 1950 American Technicolor science fiction film independently produced by George Pal, directed by Irving Pichel, and starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, and Dick Wesson.
One of the first science fiction films to attempt a high level of accurate technical detail tells the story of the first trip to the moon.
When their latest rocket test fails and government funding collapses, rocket scientist Dr. Charles Cargraves (Warner Anderson) and space enthusiast General Thayer (Tom Powers) enlist the aid of aircraft magnate Jim Barnes (John Archer)…

Cheng, un jeune émigrant chinois, part chercher du travail en Thaïlande. Embauché dans une fabrique de glace, il découvre que son usine sert de façade à de redoutables trafiquants de drogue.

TRAILER – GOG by Herbert L. Stock 1954

Unaccountable, deadly malfunctions begin occurring at a top-secret government facility under the New Mexico desert where a space station is being constructed. Agents from the Office of Scientific Investigation (OSI) in Washington, D.C. are called in to investigate.
Laboratory supervisor Dr. Van Ness calls in Dr. David Sheppard, an OSI security agent, to find the cause of the mysterious deaths. Working with Joanna Merritt, another OSI agent already at the facility, Sheppard determines that the deaths among the laboratory’s 150 top scientists are due to deliberate sabotage of NOVAC (Nuclear Operative Variable Automatic Computer), a central computer that controls all equipment in the underground facility…

Trailer – The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires by Roy Ward Baker and Chang Cheh 1974

The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires is a 1974 horror film produced by Hammer Studios and Shaw Brothers Studio. It is the ninth and final film in the Hammer Dracula series. It was released in North America in an edited version as The Seven Brothers Meet Dracula, and alternatively known as The Seven Brothers and Their One Sister Meet Dracula.