I've just finished watching The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, and it was rather good. I would recommend it. Though the ending was bizarrely abrupt - I assumed there was some footage missing, but I can't find any corroboration to that on the interwubs.
There were some excellent fight scenes (some very good weapon ones, particularly), but I rather liked the fact that the majority of it was about the hero's training at the Shaolin temple. It gave it a calm, meditative quality that most martial arts movies lack, as well as some delightfully distinctive visual set-pieces. The candle chamber was undoubtedly my highlight.
You can see why the famously kung fu-loving Wu-Tang Clan named their first album in its honour. I initially wrote that as "fist album". That works too. But it does remind me of The Man with the Iron Fists, which I managed to stick about twenty minutes of before giving up. Good lord, RZA, Good lord.