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Podcast On Fire 307: Knock Off, Enter The Eagles & House Of Fury

Our series on the films of Michael Wong comes to a close. Will he be Wong or Wrong? A trio of movies is up for review, starting with the Tsui Hark, Jean-Claude Van Damme visual treat that is Knock Off. Going from Hong Kong to Prague, Michael teams up with Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon for Enter The Eagles and doing his best Blofeld from a wheelchair, Michael has revenge on his mind and his target is a kung fu fighting family in House Of Fury.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/on the script of Knock Off, production background
32m 06s – Knock Off review
68m 52s – Enter The Eagles review
106m 36s – Stephen Fung biography
113m 34s – House Of Fury review

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The Director’s Series 32: Mabel Cheung & Alex Law – Traces Of A Dragon

Mabel Cheung and Alex Law make their Jackie Chan movie. But it’s the story of his family and China’s turbulent history… in documentary form. With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Beijing Rocks Quick-Take
22m 37s – Hong Kong Pilots quick-take
30m 05s – Traces Of A Dragon production background
36m 25s – Traces Of A Dragon review

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Podcast On Fire 301: Beast Cops & Miles Apart

Michael Wong becomes part of Best Picture history at the Hong Kong Film Awards with Beast Cops. Also, he takes charge of his filmmaking destiny by directing a movie. On the hunt for VCD bootleggers and drug dealers, we discuss Miles Apart from 2000. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Beast Cops production background
26m 48s – Beast Cops review
64m 28s – Miles Apart review

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Podcast On Fire 297: Young And Dangerous 5 & The Legendary “Tai Fei”

The 5th entry in the Young And Dangerous triad saga appeared in 1998. So as the series and the Hung Hing boys grow older, how’s the quality at this point? Find out as we discuss Young And Dangerous 5. And in 1999,  someone thought it would be a good idea to give greasy haired, nose picking Tai Fei his grand spin off back story so Anthony Wong came back as the rather memorable, loud but morally upright triad character Tai Fei for his own film The Legendary “Tai Fei”. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Young And Dangerous 5 review
61m 05s – The Legendary “Tai Fei” review

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This Week In Sleaze 59: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Untold Story 2 & Quenchless Desire

Let’s talk some fucking Untold Story resurgence! Bunman becomes Bunwoman and we’ve got ‘Fatal Attraction’ the Hong Kong edition. Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal review The Untold Story 2 and Quenchless Desire.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/The Untold Story 2 review
54m 11s – Quenchless Desire review

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Podcast On Fire 282: My Life As McDull & Three: Going Home

It’s the screen debut of Hong Kong’s favourite, contemplative piglet who may not look like Chow Yun-fat or Tony Leung but has ambitions nonetheless in the 2001 animated movie My Life As McDull. Also Peter Chan returns to Hong Kong screens as part of the horror anthology movie Three, directing the award winning piece Going Home from 2002. With Kenny B and Kevin Ma of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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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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