The Golden Ninja Podcast 11: Thunder Of Gigantic Serpent & Kickboxer From Hell

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The master holds the secret to open the doors of hell! The horror of science gone wrong! A power hungry maniac starts a chain of events that almost destroys the world!

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Pierre Kirby biography
21m 00s – Thunder Of Gigantic Serpent review
50m 48s – Mark Houghton biography
58m 50s – Kickboxer From Hell review

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Podcast On Fire 214: Challenge Of The Masters & Shaolin Soccer

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In this episode, we take a look at a Wong Fei Hung origin story that’s also closer to the origins of Lau Kar-leung’s directing career. You’ll find out during our review of 1976’s Challenge Of The Masters if Lau the filmmaker has evolved. Also, a look back on the Stephen Chow shaolin soccer comedy hit appropriately called… Shaolin Soccer. With Kenny B and Mike Maley.

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Podcast On Fire 213: The Dynasty Report – The Taking Of Tiger Mountain 3D & Undercover Duet

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In one corner, a new film from a veteran director using very modern and commercial techniques and in the other corner, one director who’s only made two far. So welcome to another Dynasty Report with Paul Fox and Dr. David Lam, discussing Tsui Hark’s The Taking Of Tiger Mountain 3D and Mark Wu’s Undercover Duet.

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The Director’s Series 19: David Chiang FINALE – Mother Of A Different Kind

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For the final episode examining the career of martial arts superstar turned director David Chiang, revenge and slasher movie tactics are elements representing the last movie he made: Mother Of A Different Kind.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Petrina Fung biography/discussion
15m 10s – Mother Of A Different Kind review

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The Director’s Series 18: David Chiang – Will Of Iron

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For our next episode covering the directing career of martial arts superstar David Chiang, he furthers his working relationship with Bill Tung and gets the superstars to act in his attempt at being a rooted, gloomy filmmaker. A filmmaker not afraid to be pleasant and also nihilistic to a degree, this is The Director’ Series 18 on David Chiang’s Will Of Iron.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Bill Tung biography/discussion
13m 55s – Quick-Takes: My Dear Son & When East Meets West
26m 37s – Will Of Iron review

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Taiwan Noir 21: Magic Of Spell & Magic Warriors

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We return to the universe of Peach Boy, as played by a woman, as portrayed by Taiwanese children’s fantasy filmmakers who knew a thing or two about pace, energy, special effects free for all creativity etc. And face-pissing. Hear us try and break down what makes the ‘Child Of Peach’ sequel Magic Of Spell so special. And in the second half we look at sooooort of a spirited cousin of these movies without it being a sequel: The energetic Magic Warriors.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Magic of Spell review
43m 00s – Magic Warriors review

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Podcast On Fire 212: Project A2 & Infernal Affairs

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Jackie Chan returns with another ‘Project A’. Sans his peking opera brothers Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao but with a bunch of new action creativity and silent movie style stunts nonetheless. And we also discuss the movie that breathed needed life into Hong Kong cinema and broke out onto the world stage: Infernal Affairs. With Kenny B and Phil G.

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