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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 32: Members Only Archive Dusted #11

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 37, 39 (which became Japan On Fire 1), 40 and 41 from 2009 with Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner, this collection feature tangents and outtakes concerning last movies watched (including Chocolate, A Man Called Tiger and its home video complexity), bad Jackie Chan merchandise, flying guillotines and Ken chimes in with an underrated movie.

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This Week In Sleaze 10: Raped By An Angel 2: The Uniform Fan & Raped By An Angel 3: Sexual Fantasy Of The Chief Executive

Back to cover the unrelated sequels to Andrew Lau’s Category III classic and despite neither of them being III, Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal gives us their take on whether Cat IIb has any sleaze and steam to offer via the reviews of Raped By An Angel 2: The Uniform Fan & Raped By An Angel 3: Sexual Fantasy Of The Chief Executive. Also includes some late breaking updates on the shameless and sad behind the scenes stories of Raped By An Angel.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Aman Chang & Athena Chu bio & discission
26m 00s – Francis Ng bio & discussion
40m 40s – Raped By An Angel 2 Review
85m 47s – Alex Fong, Angie Cheung & Pinky Cheung bio & discussion
93m 15s – Raped By An Angel 3 Review

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Ah Sou (2005)

Plot: Triad Gang Boss – Gent (Eric Tsang) and his three buddies, Whacko (Anthony Wong), Chance (Simon Yam) and Buddy (Alex Fong). Gent is confronted by a dying man – Shade (Dick Liu), he had foolishly killed the husband of gang boss – Nova (Karena Lam), in retaliation Nova has killed off all of his family, except from his young daughter – Phoebe. Shade pleas for Gent to take Phoebe as his own, saving her from Nova.

Gent agrees and warns Nova that when Phoebe is 18, he will marry her and Nova mustn’t dare attempt to kill his future wife, or else!

Fast forward ten years, Phoebe (Annie Lui) has returned from studying in USA with her personal bodyguard Pilot (Liu Yu). She’s developed a close father/daughter bond with Gent and treats Whacko and the rest as uncles. After some unfortunate circumstances she finds herself taking over the triads from Gent and with Nova returning to the scene, things can only get worse… Read the rest of this entry »

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