Posts Tagged ‘Alex Man’
Podcast On Fire may focus on the known and the big guns out of Hong Kong cinema, classics or not, but no one’s demanding the programming to be strict or they’ll tune out so for this episode, based on the suggestion of our guest, we switch it up and head to part of the Hollywood filmography of a Hong Kong director. Namely John Woo and his third outing in America from 1997 called Face/Off. For our second review, we’re following among other things an actor on top of his game but not quite ready to be embraced by the public. Still, didn’t stop awards juries from giving Chow Yun-fat accolades for his performance in Leung Po-chih’s 1984 war drama Hong Kong 1941. With Kenny B and special guest Dr. Stan Glick.
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Wong Jing and Stanley Fung vs. a skeleton and Chin Siu-ho vs. a kangaroo. Welcome to the continued treak through the wacky, violent world of Nam Nai-choi. In this episode: The Ghost Snatchers (1986) and Killer’s Nocturne (1987)
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00m 00s – Intro/Joey Wong bio/discussion
20m 13s – Stanley Fung bio/discussion
33m 35s – The Ghost Snatchers review
76m 17s – Alex Man bio/discussion
87m 25s – Pat Ha bio/discussion
94m 35s – Killer’s Nocturne review
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Phil Gillon of Eastern Film Fans.co.uk joins Stoo and Ken for what will sound like a cocaine fueled, fun time (ironically enough, Phil’s last guest spot was on episode 89: Bong Bak) as the trio rolls through network updates, why A Better Tomorrow 3 is underrated, why Spirited Away still chokes Stoo up and why the reputation Takashi Miike’s 13 Assassins is very much deserved! Also listener questions and ‘Make Ken Watch A (dark Japanese) Film’ which this week is the 1969 movie Boy. All complete wih jingles!
Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews). Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.
00m 00s – Intro/contact info/network updates.
22m 53s – Last Movies Watched/Banned List update.
54m 00s – Listener Question.
67m 10s – Make Ken Watch A Film.
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This Review will contain spoilers from Past films in the series as well as this film.
With the death of Mr. Chiang (Simon Yam) in the 3rd movie. The branch leaders of Hung Hing attend the Wedding of Yee (Michael Tse) to KK. During the after party, Chan Ho-Nam (Ekin Cheng) and the other branch leaders meet, The Prince (Ken Lo). The Prince tells them that Mr. Chiang has a younger brother who lives in Thailand…
The Prince suggests that the Hung Hing Branch Leaders travel to Thailand and reason with Mr. Chiang (Alex Man). At the same time as the Branch Leaders are in Thailand, a Branch Leader of the Tuen Mun is killed on Chan Ho-Nam’s Turf. Now the newly Appointed Chairman, Mr. Chiang needs to decide who will take over the turf?
One half of the turf is given to Chicken (Jordan Chan) and the other half is given to The Barbarian, no not Conan. Both Chicken & Barbarian met at Yee’s wedding and they didn’t get along. Now its going full force, Barbarian enjoys disrespecting Chicken.
Chan Ho-Nam isn’t happy one bit with Chicken trying to be a branch leader, not for jealously reasons, he knows what trouble to expect from Barbarian and his crew.
Yes Karen Mok is back! Yes as Chickens girlfriend, Lam Shuk-Fan. Now she is beginning a new teaching job. Although the students are from Barbarian Group. Even Banana Skin (Jason Chu) & Pou Pan (Jerry Lamb) make appearances, working in the school, mainly keeping Shuk-Fan company. Pou Pan even finds a love interest and yes you’ve guessed it, She’s in Ba