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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 39: Mind Fuck

Mind Fuck, its hardcore porn (and to a degree softcore) gets re-reviewed. There’s little to no good explanation why.

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This Week In Sleaze 52: Confession Of A Concubine & Vulgaria

Adding to the list of Category III movies about making Category III movies, only one of our movies this week cover this criteria but they are connected! 1976’s Confession Of A Concubine is a fairly obscure period erotica with elements later seen in A Chinese Torture Chamber Story but the true connection to 1976 is 2012’s Vulgaria from director Pang Ho-cheung. He centers his plot about remaking/making a sequel to the 1976 movie and thus, we cover both.

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Running times:

00m 00s – Intro/Confession Of A Concubine review
39m 49s -Pang Ho-cheung biography/discussion
49m 55s –Vulgaria review

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This Week In Sleaze 51: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Unpublicizable File & Erotic Journey

Let’s talk a fucking rip-off! The Untold Story was hot and made ripples, including during awards season, so a set of makers decided to do their own Bunman. Clearly having trouble coming up with an English title that would evoke Herman Yau’s film, what they settled on was The Unpublizeable File. Also, an erotic journey into a Thai prison camp called… Erotic Journey.

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This Week In Sleaze 50: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Gong Tau: An Oriental Black Magic & Crazy Love

Let’s talk some fucking partying! With Herman Yau. Partying from 2007 like it’s 1993 as he returned with a Cat III black magic movie at that time starring Mark Cheng and called Gong Tau: An Oriental Black Magic and we watch Loletta Lee go from cute girl in a variety of 80s movies to nude girl in a variety of 90s movies as we look at Crazy Love aka The Fruit Is Ripe.

Ken’s note: At 58m 43s you will hear a slight shift in recording quality. For the remainder of the show we had to rely on a backup recording as my software didn’t record the last half of the show.

Running times:

00m 00s – Intro/Gong Tau review
53m 38s –Loletta Lee biography/discussion
60m 33s –Crazy Love review

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This Week In Sleaze 49: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Midnight & Lan Kwai Fong Swingers

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Let’s talk some fucking stampeding, birthday party-rape and shameless exploitation filmmaking! Yes, proving that making a skin flick is not low enough, one time director Cheung Chung-chi decided to frame a Charlie Cho bonk-a-thon around a real life New Years Eve tragedy. That became Lan Kwai Fong Swingers from 1993. But in the first half in this is our Christmas special, things happen at the stroke of midnight and that’s when Dark Charlie comes out. Co-starring in this case in the hostess drama Midnight from 1987. It’s a merry Charlie Cho Christmas with Sleazy K, The Great Lord Joshua Regal and making his return to the show: King Who!

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This Week In Sleaze 48: The Forbidden Legend Sex & Chopsticks 1 & 2

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Let’s talk some fucking chopsticks! And more specifically where the fuck they are! It’s the mystery of Cash Chin’s dual opus The Forbidden Legend Sex & Chopsticks 1 & 2. Adapted from classical Chinese novel Jin Ping Mei, the director of The Eternal Evil Of Asia brought back the Category III period erotica in 2008 and 2009.

Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Background of the novel
21m 55s –The Forbidden Legend Sex & Chopsticks review
59m 15s –The Forbidden Legend Sex & Chopsticks 2 review

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This Week In Sleaze 47: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Ebola Syndrome & A Chinese Torture Chamber Story II

twis47Ebola Ebola! Let’s spread it together! Herman Yau and bestie Anthony Wong crafts what is probably one of Hong Kong’s most foul pictures. We’re of course talking of and we’re going to be talking of 1996’s Ebola Syndrome and in the second half we re-enter the Chinese torture chamber. Discussing the unrelated followup to Wong Jing’s classic production, this time, Shaw Brothers fans should pay more attention…

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