Posts Tagged ‘Billy Tang’

This Week In Sleaze 15: Raped By An Angel 4: The Rapist’s Union & Raped By An Angel 5: The Final Judgement

The Category IIb fucking comes to a close as Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal stay true to their thoroughness to the only partly Category III rated Wong Jing-series. His entry Raped By An Angel 4: The Rapist’s Union is up for examination as well as Billy Tang’s conclusion Raped By Angel 5: The Final Judgement. An actual rapist’s union, a human milk drinking doctor and inappropriate Sailor Moon worshipping coming to your ears…

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Nick Cheung bio/discussion
22m 45s – Suki Kwan bio/discussion
25m 55s – Raped By An Angel 4 review
66m 26s – Gigi Lai/Kelly Lin bio/discussion
71m 40s – Raped By An Angel 5 review Read the rest of this entry »

This Week In Sleaze 13: Brother of Darkness & Run And Kill

Billy Tang’s legendary Category III run is concluded in this episode with an in-depth look at domestic abuse and hellish, downwards spirals in Brother Of Darkness and Run And Kill. Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal are also joined by one of the New York Asian Film Festival founding members and co-directors, blogger  and author Grady Hendrix.

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, on our Facebook page and Facebook group (NEW) or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to our iTunes feed. Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.

Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Grady interview
29m 15s – Hugo Ng & Lily Chung bio/discussion
38m 10s – William Ho bio/discussion
45m 50s – Brother Of Darkness review
73m 35s – Kent Cheng bio/discussion
79m 55s – Run And Kill review

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Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze 9: Red To Kill (The You Tube Edition… kind of)

Billy Tang’s vile and acclaimed rape-shocker gets the Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze treatment as both Sleazy K/Kenneth Brorsson, King Who? and the Innoncent One, Stewart Sutherland lets the commentary booth run red!

For those who don’t have access to the dvd,  see below 9 links after the jump where you can stream the track timed to video: Read the rest of this entry »

Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze 9: Red To Kill (1994)

Billy Tang’s vile and acclaimed rape-shocker gets the Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze treatment as both Sleazy K/Kenneth Brorsson, King Who? and the Innoncent One, Stewart Sutherland let the commentary booth run red!

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This Week In Sleaze 2 – Dr. Lamb & Hong Kong Butcher

Sleazy K and King Who? return with a self-indulgent sequel that does deserve it’s 2 hour + running time. Discussing the 1990s trend of true life crime horror flicks bearing the III, on hand are discussions on the real life serial killer that inspired Dr. Lamb and Hong Kong Butcher. Coincidentally, those are are also the movies up for discussion and review. Stay until the end as well when K and Who? let their inner sleaze out in Last Sleazy Movies Watched!

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Casino (1998)

Plot (Mei Ah): It was the summer of 1991, Macau was in violent atmosphere. The two major triad gangs, separately by Giant (Simon Yam) and Ping (Ng Chi-Hung), were fighting for the control of the local casinos, with heavy casualties on both sides. The citizens live in fear.

However, Ping did not regard Giant as a rival. To establish his own reputation, Giant challenged Ping to an open battle which allowed their fellow attacking each other for a period of seven days to see that who will be severely defeated. With the support of an affiliated gang headed by Lee, Giant won the battle and made his mark in the triad world.

Ping plotted a revenge against Giant that he bribed the police officer to put Giant on the “wanted” list. Although Giant was in critical condition, he planned a counter attack against Ping which caused a series of street fighting in Macau… Read the rest of this entry »

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