"4 Film Favorites: Martial Arts" includes: "Militant Eagle" - The war may be over, but the fighting has just begun. A soldier returning home from battle joins forces with villagers seeking justice after their families are brutally slain. The action spans from frenzied battlegrounds to whirling hand-to-hand combat. One plot twist follows another in this leaping, battering classic set in long-ago Imperial China. Eagle flies! "The Prodigal Boxer" Each defeat makes him stronger. Fei Meng ("Five Fingers Of Death) plays Fong Sai-Yuk, the beloved hero of Chinese lore. Thwarted in his early attempts to settle a score with the corrupt martial arts masters who killed his father, Fong Sai-Yuk develops his amazing fighting skills under the tenacious guidance of his mother, eagerly awaiting the day she pronounces him ready to do battle. When he's ready, stand back! "Midnight Sword & Jade Lion" - The trailblazing "Lady Kung Fu" - Mao Yin (aka Angela Mao, from "Enter The Dragon") - stars in this sword-clanging, fist-flying tale of a heroic quest set in a China of generations ago. Highlights include Mao Yin's astonishingly acrobatic dispatching of a threatening gang and a table-flinging, gravity-defying melee in a rural dumpling house. Wow! "The Bloody Fists" - If there's a name synonymous with dazzling martial arts sequences, it's Yuen Wo Ping, whose astonishing fight choreographies fill "The Matrix" and "Kill Bill" movies plus numerous overseas productions like this thrilling classic rumble. The story: a fugitive loner defends villagers against marauding intruders. The action: wall-to-wall, man-to-man, start-to-finish excitement as only Yuen Wo Ping can deliver.