Executioners from Shaolin has all the trappings of a classic Shaw Brothers film, but I was a tad disappointed by the large breaks in the action sequences. A large chunk of the film revolves around the lightning fast courtship, wedding, and subsequent child rearing of Hung Hsi Kuan and Lily Li. Oddly edited without transitions or conventional "5 months later" , "10 years later" type cards, you have to sort of roll with the punches ( yeah, I said it ) but it's well worth the ride.
Essentially the film is building up to a series of fights with Pai Mei and these are the moments you buy the DVD for, and they are well worth it. You can easily see why Tarantino wanted to include the character in his own Kill Bill films.
As for the DVD's presentation, it's really flawless. The audio is crisp and clean, the dubs are classic, all the fight sounds are included and visually it looks as though you're looking at the first print of the film! The only thing you could as for aside from that (considering that the film is shot well before the concept of DVD extras) are trailers, and there are a few included.