Posts Tagged ‘audio commentary’

Commentary On Fire 13: Rouge


It seems based on the podcast-crew and time we have at our disposal that Commentary On Fire is now a once a year endeavour and this time we take matters a bit more seriously. It’s the challenge to do the commentary straight-faced but fun and most importantly INFO makes its way into the track for Stanley Kwan’s 1988 supernatural romance Rouge, starring Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung. With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

Also viewable timed to video in 5 parts on Daily Motion: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5.

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Podcast On Fire 120: Proud & Confidence

This week, Kenny B and Tom K-W go in depth on the upcoming show Taiwan Noir, Tom contemplates doing a Ken-free commentary (cue cheer from the audience!) as well as covering a film from the director who was kidnapped by Kim Jong-il! The week’s main review is ‘Hong Kong Top Gun’ (kinda) aka King Lee’s Proud & Confidence starring Andy Lau. Somewhat homoerotic behaviour (which is healthy of course) follows with lots of Dick coming your Wei and even Scud logically finds a place in the discussion!

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