Storm Rider Clash of the Evils

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Storm Rider Clash of the Evils
Storm Rider Clash of the Evils poster.jpg
Traditional 風雲決
Simplified 风云决
Mandarin Fēng Yún Jué
Cantonese Fung1 Wan4 Kyut3
Directed by Dante Lam
Written by Ma Wing-shing
Starring Richie Ren
Nicholas Tse
Distributed by Asia Animation Ltd.
Release date
  • 15 September 2008 (2008-09-15) (Hong Kong)
  • 19 July 2009 (2009-07-19) (China)
Running time
98 minutes
Country China
Language Mandarin
Box office CN¥21.75 million (China)[1]

Storm Rider Clash of the Evils is a Chinese animated feature film directed by Dante Lam and produced by Puzzle Animation Studio Limited and Shanghai Media Group. It is based on the manhua series Fung Wan by Ma Wing-shing.


The film is a spinoff of the original story and the two protagonists Wind and Cloud. The residents of Sword-Worshipping Manor, which houses the best sword-smiths in the world, are brutally massacred after they are alleged to be plotting a rebellion against the government. The young master of the manor, Ngou Kuet, is the only survivor. Ngou Kuet vows to finish forging the "Kuet" Sword, a task passed down by generations of his family which has yet to be completed. Ngou Kuet attacks Tin Ha Wui and battles with Wind and Cloud to obtain the blood of the Fire Kirin which can unleash the power of the sword. As the blood of the Fire Kirin runs in Wind's veins, he becomes Ngou Kuet's primary target.

Voice cast[edit]

Role Mandarin voice Cantonese voice
Whispering Wind Richie Ren Hins Cheung
Striding Cloud Nicholas Tse Raymond Lam


The first trailer for the film was released in 2006. It showed a battle between Cloud and Wind in a forest. They eventually show their true powers and escalate the fight to greater heights. They are then shown clashing on top of the Great Wall of China. Characters that are so far confirmed to be in this movie are Cloud, Wind, Duen Long, the Fire Kirin, Hung Ba, Nameless, Second Dream, Frost, Charity and Ngou Kuet.

The film was supposed to be released in the winter of 2006 but its release was delayed to July 2008.


The film grossed CN¥21.75 million in China.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "风云决(2008)". (in Chinese). Retrieved January 11, 2016. 

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