Hong Kong Film Net (http://www.hkfilm.net) is one of the largest and longest-running sites dedicated to Hong Kong movies.
Created in 1998 as a small John Woo tribute site, it has since expanded to having over 1500 reviews, with 2200-plus pages of content overall. It is also home to the Hong Kong Movies FAQ.
HKFilm.net has been referenced in books such as "Dragon: Asian Action & Cult Cinema" and on DVD commentaries like "My Schoolmate the Barbarian".
Materials on the site have also provided references for organizations like the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy.
But don't think that HKFilm.net is ever taking itself too seriously -- the steady beer intake of the webmaster will insure that its' virtual tongue is always firmly planted in cheek.
Along with informative sections like the biographies of dozens of stars and directors, HKFilm.net also takes a look at things like Hong Kong movie-related video games and is the home to several MST3K-esque commentaries done with buddies from fellow Asian movie review sites like City on Fire.
So, if you're a well-honed vet or a mewling newbie to the world of Hong Kong movies, step on over and prepare yourself for the unmigitated smorgasboard of filmic delights that awaits.