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Police Story 3: Supercop

Regularly appearing on lists of the best action films ever made, Police Story 3: Supercop represents the pinnacle of Jackie Chan’s unique style of Hong Kong action filmmaking. The result is a dazzling blend of gritty cop drama, impeccably choreographed martial-arts sequences, and bone-crunching stunt work.

In this third instalment in the hit franchise, Chan is joined by Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All At Once; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) as Inspector Yang Chien-Hua, who teams up with Chan Ka-Kui to take down an international drug ring. 

Featuring some of the most dangerous and outrageous stunts ever performed on camera, Police Story 3: Supercop is a breathtaking action movie, that must truly be seen to be believed.

Eureka’s brand new 4K restoration finally brings this iconic Hong Kong actioner to blu-ray for the first time in the UK as a part of their Classics range. 

The first print-run of 3000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase with artwork by Darren Wheeling, facsimile Lobby Cards, and a Collector’s Booklet. But where Eureka really come up trumps here is with the extensive selection of extras, which includes multiple versions of the film. So, if you’ve been hunting for the version that you owned on VHS in the ‘90s, or the US theatrical release you saw in an arthouse cinema, or just a good, uncut, sympathetically dubbed edition, then Eureka have you covered. Buy this: you won’t be disappointed. 

Special Edition Blu-Ray Includes:

1080p HD presentation of the alternate US version [91 mins].
Hong Kong Theatrical Version with original Cantonese mono audio, as well as an optional alternate Cantonese audio track featuring the original, unaltered, sound effects.
Hong Kong Theatrical Version – with new Cantonese Dolby Atmos Surround Sound Audio.
Hong Kong Theatrical Version.
US Version with an ‘American English’ dub track, including Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeoh voicing their own characters.
US Version with original Cantonese audio & newly translated English subtitles.
Brand new audio commentaries
Brand new interview with Stunt Coordinator and Action Film Historian John Kreng.
New featurette on rarely seen Jackie Chan video games.
New featurette on the filming locations of the Police Story trilogy.
Archival interview with Jackie Chan (20 mins).
Archival interview with Michelle Yeoh (23 mins).
Three archival interviews with director Stanley Tong, including a half-hour interview from the 2005 Cannes Film Festival courtesy of the Frédéric Ambroisine.
Archival interview with Jackie Chan’s long-time bodyguard and co-star Ken Lo (21 mins).
Outtakes (50 mins).

Paula Hammond - Features Editor

Paula Hammond is a full-time, freelance journalist. She regularly writes for more magazines than is healthy and has over 25 books to her credit. When not frantically scribbling, she can be found indulging her passions for film, theatre, cult TV, sci-fi and real ale. If you should spot her in the pub, after five rounds rapid, she’ll be the one in the corner mumbling Ghostbusters quotes and waiting for the transporter to lock on to her signal… Email:

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