Archive for the ‘Bonus Episodes’ Category
The sequel to The Heroic Trio (covered on Podcast On Fire 177), Executioners is reviewed in this special bonus episode.
Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) from Podcast On Fire 14, 15, 16 and 17 from 2008 with Stoo, Kenny B, Mike Banner, Scott Napier and James Aylmore, this collection feature tangents on: American television, an early Stephen Chow movie re-title up there with the best of them, more on underrated screen fighters, similarities to the Edison Chen photo scandal and the movie Beyond Our Ken and Skype problems.
Remember when we did our Director’s Series on Nam Nai-choi and there was one movie in his filmography we couldn’t get or get subtitled? Well now we can have finally watched Nam’s 4th movie at Shaw Brothers. The comedy Three Stooges Go Undercover, starring Nat Chan, Kara Hui and Stanley Fung. Kenny B and Tom K-W bid farewell properly to the multi-faceted career of the director/cinematographer in their review.
Consisting of outtakes and deleted material from Podcast On Fire 11, 12, 13 (available in the Cast From The Past archive) from 2008, this previously forum exclusive and now website exclusive collection feature tangents on: Fatal Move. why Donnie Yen fails as an actor, the dubs vs subtitles discussion, Skype fail technically and a reminder for you 2013 listeners from 2008 what the Edison Chen scandal was about. It all concludes with the epic Ken, We Miss You-montage.
Mamoru Oshii returns to his anime masterpiece to tweak. Kenny B and Coffin Jon from VCinema returns as well to explain what went wrong with Ghost In The Shell 2.0.
Because they were excluded from the main episode discussion and they deserve to put their thoughts on air, the duo of Tom K-W and Dr. Lam take hold of the mic to discuss Sammo Hung’s action classic.
Because Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal can’t even stay away from bad crap, they extent their The Untold Story-coverage to this bonus episode where the shot on video rip-off from 2002 is discussed.