This Week In Sleaze 44: Super Models & Flirting In The Air

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Let’s talk Charlie-fucking of recent times! They knew who they were casting and getting for random sex comedies in the 90s. Now he’s wiser, older and still game to be the scumbag, sleazebag, lecherous Charlie and that’s what we’re here to celebrate with reviews of 2015’s Super Models and 2014’s Flirting In The Air.

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Running times:

00m 00s – Intro/Charlie Cho biography/discussion
29m 02s – Super Models review
56m 27s – Flirting In The Air review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 24 – Lies

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Your hosts take you back to the controversy the little film Lies, about S & M, caused in 1999.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Lies-novel and author Jang Jung-il discussion
10m 57s – Jang Sun-woo biography & discussion/Lies-controversy
33m 17s – Lies review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 23 – Madame Aema

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Sexual awakening after a lifeless marriage… excuse for T & A or an attempt to deconstruct in a mature AND adult way? We’ll see what 1982’s Madam Aema holds as we review and discuss it.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Movie-series and censorship background
24m 48s – Jeong In-yeob biography & discussion
28m 49s – Madam Aema review

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Podcast On Fire 218: Project S & First Strike

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After a successful outing alongside Jackie Chan in Police Story III: Supercop, Stanley Tong and Michelle Yeoh teamed up for a spin off movie involving her character and Jackie Chan in drag for a minute. We’ll therefore talk of how Project S fares and in the second half, the ‘Police Story’ series continues its global and international feel as Stanley Tong and Jackie Chan brings us First Strike. With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

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Japan On Fire 26: Hideo Gosha – Hitokiri

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For our second episode in the series about director Hideo Gosha, we stay in samurai territory, watching the of shape his often intense, downbeat, dirty, grimey voice even more. With focus on 1969’s Hitokiri, we also track progress via quick reviews of the works in the wake of his debut Three Outlaw Samurai covered last episode.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Hideo Gosha biography – The story continues…
21m 29s – Sword Of The Beast & Goyokin quick-takes.
46m 22s – Shintaro Katsu biography biography/discussion.
60m 55s – Hitokiri review.

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Podcast On Fire 217: Coolie Killer & China Strike Force

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Hong Kong cinema deliverying early 80s gunplay, violence and grit versus Hong Kong cinema delivering Coolio and Aaron Kwok on fast bikes and in fast cars that go vroom vroom. This week, the reviews of Terry Tong’s tough, gritty and violent Coolie Killer from 1982 and Stanley Tong internationally flavored actioner China Strike Force. With Kenny B Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Taiwan Noir 22: Dragon Inn

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For once, we’re talking AVAILABLE Taiwanese cinema. It can be prolific, important aaaaand promptly lost. But since it has been part of the discussion, somewhat available before but now to the masses via a shiny new restoration, Taiwan Noir tackles a high profile Taiwanese movie for once: King Hu’s Dragon Inn from 1967.

Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/King Hu biography/discussion
28m 46s – Dragon Inn review

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