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What’s Korean Cinema? 59 – Tell Me Something

Dressed up as Silence Of The Lambs and Se7en through grim findings of body parts and constant rain, Korean cinema of 1999 heads into the serial killer film with Tell Me Something. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/reception.
25m 30s – Director Chang Hoon-yun’s films.
28m 18s – Han Suk-kyu biography and discussion.
49m 45s – Tell me Something review.

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Podcast On Fire 323: Final Justice & Dragon Fight

Stephen Chow enters the big boy film industry and promptly wins an award. And he’s not even funny, in 1988’s Final Justice alongside the man who plays cops: Danny Lee. Also, Stephen Chow goes to America with Jet Li, Dick Wei, and future Mrs. Jet Li to make Hong Kong action cinema noise on the streets of San Francisco. That film is 1989’s Dragon Fight. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Music courtesy of Brian Kirby.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Stephen Chow’s early career/box office.
17m 10s – Final Justice review.
51m 57s – Stephen Chow’s early career/box office/director Billy Tang
67m 02s – Dragon Fight review.

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The Director’s Series 36: Johnny Wang – The Innocent Interloper & Fury

After two bloody outings in 1985 at Shaw Brothers, including a shaky mixture of comedy combined with grave violence, Johnny Wang attempts to address the balance by keeping matters light, hard but not brutally gory. Flash forward to the movie after where he starts hurting people again using the heroic bloodshed template. With Kenny B & Tom K-W.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/The Innocent Interloper cast notes and box office.
13m 50s – The Innocent Interloper review.
38m 58s – Fury box office.
41m 58s – Fury review.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 58 – Art Museum By The Zoo

Multiple romance stories are being gradually told. One for us. One by and before the characters in 1998’s Art Museum By The Zoo. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/reception/on director Lee Jeong-hyang.
26m 58s – Shum Eun-ha biography and discussion.
37m 39s – The remaining films of Lee Jeong-hyang’s
44m 33s – Art Museum By The Zoo review.

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Podcast On Fire 322: The Enigmatic Case & Seven Years Itch

Johnnie To makes his first and second film. Neither are called or are like The Mission. From 1980 we find the martial arts mystery film The Enigmatic Case and writer/producer/star Raymond Wong has To call action and cut for his marital farce Seven Years Itch. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (shelflifeclothing.com).

Using the discount code EternalRose gives Podcast On Fire Network listeners 10% off at checkout on shop.terracottadistribution.com.

Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Johnnie To’s early career/box office.
14m 55s – The Enigmatic Case review.
49m 28s – Seven Years Itch box office.
54m 14s – Seven Years Itch review.

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Podcast On Fire 321: The Wicked City

Producer Tsui Hark takes his love for Japanese manga and anime by taking one of its popular films Wicked City to the big live screen as… The Wicked City. Will Leon be Lai or Bye in terms of his efforts in this film? With Kenny B and Phil G.

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Music courtesy of Brian Kirby.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro, novel background, on the anime, live action remake and reception.
23m 20s – The Wicked City review.

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The Director’s Series 35: Johnny Wang – This Man Is Dangerous & Hong Kong Godfather

A hard kicking and hard punching martial arts action actor takes the leap to hard kicking and hard punching storyteller.  With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Johnny Wang biography.
17m 52s – This Man Is Dangerous reception.
21m 30s – This Man Is Dangerous review.
46m 00s – Hong Kong Godfather reception.
49m 24s – Hong Kong Godfather review.

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