Born in HK, Godfrey Ho was the assistant director for Chang Cheh at the Shaw Brothers studio for a few years and worked alongside John Woo. Ho’s first film was a low budget production entitled Parix Killer, followed by the now cult classic The Dragon Hero. He has also made well over 10 korean movies and a dozen or so Ninja movies, most of witch are available on video shelves all over the world. Godfrey Ho found fame with the modern day femme fatale genre and a series of films including Lethal Panther, Princess Madam and Born To Fight. He also directed Cynthia Rothrock in Honour And Glory and Undefeatable. Godfrey is currently working between USA and HK. —hkcinemagic
Aww. A few of his masterworks are missing from Mubi. Scorpien Thunderbolt and Diamond Ninja Force are some of the most incoherent films around. Perfect for drunken midnight viewings.