Youth gone wild at Shaw Brothers, with Andy Lau and from the director of Naked Killer. With Kenny B and Paul Fox. Read More
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Johnny Wang’s characters turn into sadistic animals so it’s easy to know who to hate and who to root for. Also, Andy Lau joins the violent, cinematic universe of Johnny Wang’s and promptly earns him a little bit more money at the box office. Slicing and dicing coming up. With Kenny B and Tom K-W. Read More
Wong Jing makes his Wong Jing film, which means he steals from all other films but he lets his action director be the star of the show as well, in Magic Crystal from 1986. Also, actor Richard Norton goes down Magic Crystal memory lane in an extended conversation mid-episode. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast. Read More
It turns out the duo of Mabel Cheung and Alex Law wrote and directed parts of Sammo Hung’s 1992 Wuxia movie The Moon Warriors. It’s not as odd and scandalous as it sounds. Kenny B and Tom K-W break it down for you.
Andy Lau takes on Ni Kuang’s creation, the adventurer Wesley in Andrew Lau’s The Wesley’s Mysterious File. Cue uncomfortable silence. Also to finish off the series on “the other Wisely films”, we take a look at A Tale From The East from 1990 where the creator plays his creation. With Kenny B, Paul Fox and Kevin Ma of the East Screen West Screen podcast.
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00m 00s – Intro/The Wesley’s Mysterious File reception
17m 15s – The Wesley’s Mysterious File review
63m 12s – A Tale From The East review
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It’s Trivia Night this year as well! Listen to the battle between Phil G, Todd Stadtman and late arrival Tom K-W as they and Lord Quizmaster Kenny B close out the year. Also, a Hallmark-movie review. Thank you for your support in 2018 and we’ll be back in January.
Ringo drops social and realistic content for heroic bloodshed his particular violent way. But he’s not resorting to making a melodramatic time with brotherhood and revenge at the forefront. No, this is a battleground for bad characters wanting to hurt (and have sex) with each other. This is The Director’s Series 23 on Ringo Lam’s Full Contact. With Kenny B and Tom K-W.
00m 00s – Intro/Quick-Takes: Twin Dragons and The Adventurers
18m 47s – Simon Yam biography & discussion
37m 34s – Full Contact review
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