This Week In Sleaze 45: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Eternal Evil Of Asia & A Chinese Torture Chamber Story

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Let’s talk some fucking Category III movies of note! In this episode, we find out what a dick(head) move it is to go to Thailand on your holiday to whore and we’ll step inside the Chinese torture chamber as envisioned by Wong Jing. Therefore we’ll review Cash Chin’s The Eternal Evil Of Asia from 1995 and Bosco Lam’s A Chinese Torture Chamber Story from 1994.

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Podcast On Fire 223: Fearless Hyena & Infernal Affairs III

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One starts off his directing career, another troupe is concluding their crime saga. We are therefore covering Jackie Chan’s directorial debut Fearless Hyena and the finale to the ‘Infernal Affairs’ trilogy where we go back and forward but there is a period put on the continuous hell theme in Infernal Affairs III. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

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Podcast On Fire 222: Righting Wrongs & Aces Go Places

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Hong Kong cinema is the cinema of contrasts, often in the same movie but this week, dark is kept to one movie and light within the other. Starting with Corey Yuen’s dark actioner Righting Wrongs where Yuen Biao loses faith in the justice system. And in the second half, the review of Cinema City’s cashcow Aces Go Places. Classic leading man pairing, comedy and internationally flavored stunt work, Hong Kong audiences loved the mix. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Podcast On Fire 221: Richard Norton Interview

 

pofRICHARD_2The very kind and talkative Richard Norton returns to go over some other aspects of his career we didn’t cover in our first chat, including his computer game credits in more detail, becoming the fight choreographer on Gymkata, more on working with Sammo Hung, on Ghost In The Shell and his stint as fight coordinator on Suicide Squad opening in US and UK cinemas today.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 26: Brian Trenchard-Smith Interview Extras

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A further 20 minutes with Brian Trenchard-Smith, with specific focus on a couple of his movies such as BMX Bandits, The Siege Of Firebase Gloria and The Man From Hong Kong.

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Podcast On Fire 220: Brian Trenchard-Smith Interview Part 2

pof219We continue our chat with Brian Trenchard-Smith, touching upon the making of The Man From Hong Kong, how Brian transitioned from Australia to the US and the origin story of his novel The Headsman’s Daughter.

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Podcast On Fire 219: Brian Trenchard-Smith Interview Part 1

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We’re delighted and honored to be joined, in the first of two parts, by filmmaker Brian Trenchard-Smith. As much connected to Australian, US and even Hong Kong cinema, the interview takes you through his television days up till the point where he pitched The Man From Hong Kong to Golden Harvest.

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