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Podcast On Fire 306: Knockabout & Monkey Kung Fu

 

It’s Monkey Kung Fu, across Golden Harvest and Shaw Brothers in this entry of the Versus Series. First up, Sammo Hung’s 1979 kung fu comedy Knockabout starring Yuen Biao and from Shaw Brothers in the same year, John Law’s Monkey Kung Fu. Featuring in a rare starring role master action director and director Ching Siu-tung. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Knockabout review
44m 25s – Monkey Kung Fu review

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Podcast On Fire 286: Young And Dangerous 3 & The Miracle Fighters

For the third time in 1996, the Hung Hing boys have themselves another triad adventure and quest for box office. We review and discuss Andrew Lau’s Young And Dangerous 3 in the first half of the show. Also the Yuen Clan take their crazy pills and goes off to make movies. This time supernatural, comedic shenanigans in the form of 1982’s The Miracle Fighters. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

Ken’s note: Young And Dangerous 3 is actually available on dvd and blu ray. That info didn’t make it to the availability section.

Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Young And Dangerous 3 review
55m 22s – The Miracle Fighters review

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Taiwan Noir 29: Kung Fu Wonder Child & The Legend Of All Men Are Brothers

Just before The Child of Peach, actress Lin Shao-Lu got to try out playing a boy with magical powers in Lee Tso-Nam’s Kung Fu Wonder Child. Bring out your Taiwanese bingo card, this one will have nice songs, pee and poo in faces and energy bolts. Also, the characters of The Water Margin fights people in wheelchairs, drunks, transvestites and a worm infested zombie. The classic Chinese novel gets weird in the 1984 movie The Legend Of All Men Are Brothers. With Kenny B and Todd Stadtman.

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Podcast On Fire 246: Zu – Warriors From The Magic Mountain & The Victim

We go back and examine Tsui Hark’s groundbreaking special effects extravaganza Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain to see whether its Chinese roots mixed with Western special effects knowhow still has a place in Hong Kong cinema history and Sammo Hung reverses kung fu comedy tropes while also making his characters rage and beat the crap out of each other in exemplary fashion… in his 1980 movie The Victim. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Podcast On Fire 236: My Lucky Stars & Warriors Two

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After a successful outing with Winners And Sinners, the comedic (and somewhat lecherous) gang dubbed the Lucky Stars return in My Lucky Stars. With Sammo at the helm, the formula generated another box office hit. We’ll find out how this action-comedy fares and in fact we got a Sammo directing double bill brewin’ here. Featuring his first steps of crafting martial arts action cinema centering around Wing Chun, 1978’s Warriors Two will also be reviewed and discussed. With Kenny B and Mike Maley.

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Podcast On Fire 233: Legend Of A Fighter & Aces Go Places II

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After being in the zone as kung fu comedy filmmakers and action-performers, the Yuen Clan or family turned to a real legend and more of an attempt at serious filmmaking. Therefore we talk and review Yuen Woo-Ping’s Legend Of A Fighter in the first half. In the second, we turn to the follow up the Cinema City’s action-comedy cashcow Aces Go Places. This time, there’s robots. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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This Week In Sleaze 20: I Love Miss Fox & Secret Lover

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For the 20th episode, there’s no celebration. Only the misadventures of fooling through Lee Chung-ling’s and Shing Fui-on’s characters in I Love Miss Fox & Secret Lover. Also, dunging.

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