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Podcast On Fire 188: The Dynasty Report – The White Haired-Witch Of Lunar Kingdom & Floating City


Three reports in and we’re still playing with the format, mixing and matching and certainly not setting any cut off point in terms of a movie being too old. Just have to be fairly new so for this episode, you’ll be hearing Paul Fox, Dr. David Lam and Kenny B talk The White Haired Witch Of Lunar Kingdom from 2014 and Floating City from 2012. One might or might not be a totally unneccssary re-thread of the novel The Bride With White Hair was based on (and it might even be a close remake) and the other is Aaaron Kwok putting away the outlandishly colored pants in favour of acting.

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at, on our Facebook page and Facebook group (NEW) or Twitter (@podcastonfire@sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to our iTunes feed. Music courtesy of Brian Kirby ( whose awesome clothing line you can find at We are also featured on All Things Film, a collection of like minded Film, Cinema, TV, Geek and Cult Podcasts.

Show Links:
Podcast On Fire at Stitcher
Sleazy K’s Video
All Things Film
The Ink Ronin (Drawing Is A Dead Art)
Delete My Love – Trailer
Silva And Gold – Podcast
Son Of Odin – Podcast

2 Responses to “Podcast On Fire 188: The Dynasty Report – The White Haired-Witch Of Lunar Kingdom & Floating City”

  • CL:

    Great show as usual Kenny,Paul and David. Really liked you format of having
    two films one that is new and one that is a bit older and readily available on
    streaming services.

  • Knetan:

    Thank you so much! We’re still toying with the format but glad it was received well!

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