Posts Tagged ‘Anthony Wong’

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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Podcast On Fire 226: No Risk, No Gain & Lucky Stars Go Places

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In this episode, No Risk No Gain (Casino Raiders The Sequel, but it isn’t one) pairs up Alan Tam with Andy Lau once again while Wong Jing takes a backseat and Taylor Wong takes his place as co-director. Uh oh. Also in the second half, the Lucky Stars gang…barely appears and we get another lecherous, silly bunch trying to fill 90 minutes of action-comedy. Cue the rape-jokes. And cue the hosts Kenny B and Eastern Film Fans head honcho Phil G.

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Podcast On Fire 223: Fearless Hyena & Infernal Affairs III

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One starts off his directing career, another troupe is concluding their crime saga. We are therefore covering Jackie Chan’s directorial debut Fearless Hyena and the finale to the ‘Infernal Affairs’ trilogy where we go back and forward but there is a period put on the continuous hell theme in Infernal Affairs III. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

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Podcast On Fire 216: Duel To The Death & Infernal Affairs II

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We go back to 1983’s Duel To The Death where director Ching Siu-tung shows us fun with swords, ninjas, gore and maturity mixed into all of it?! Another crew that goes back is the Infernal Affairs-one. Expanding the legend and the theme of continuous hell, Infernal Affairs II takes our moles, cops and gangsters back to 1991. With Kenny B and Phil G.

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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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Podcast On Fire 204: Casino Raiders II

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For this episode, we take a look at 1991’s Casino Raiders II… which is NOT the sequel to Casino Raiders 1. Hong Kong cinema logic, with Kenny B and special co-host Mike Leeder.

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This Week In Sleaze 38: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Love To Kill & The Underground Banker

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Let’s talk some fucking living next door to Dr. Lamb! One actor that took roles left and right, evolved his craft and did not in some cases (by his own admission) was Anthony Wong and he was as much of a mainstay in mainstream, lower rated Hong Kong cinema as in Category III movies. In this episode we take a look at him as an abusive husband in the Kirk Wong produced Love To Kill from 1993 and as a husband having troubles with local loan sharks and living next door to Dr.Lamb in the Wong Jing production The Underground Banker.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Anthony Wong bio & discussion
26m 43s – Love To Kill review
60m 34s – William Ho bio/discussion
70m 42s – The Underground Banker review

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