Posts Tagged ‘Blood the last vampire’

What’s Korean Cinema? 28 – A Man Who Was Superman

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Want to be kicked in the balls, experience complex psychology and be filled with positivity? Korea made one such movie for ya and it’s 2008’s A Man Who Was Superman. Starring the sassy girl, we’ll tell you all about it. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid‘s Paul Quinn.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Jeong Yoon-cheol biography & discussion
19m 12s – Jun Ji-hyun biography & discussion
48m 41s – A Man Who Was Superman review

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Blood: The Last Vampire UK DVD Release details!

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DVDActive reports; Pathé Distribution Ltd. has announced the DVD and Blu-ray release of Blood: The Last Vampire for the 2nd of November, priced at around £15.99 and £24.99 respectively.

[Ed. Note; Seems pretty standard, now we all can watch Chris Jones get his head kicked off in High-Def!]

Impact Magazine

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The June issue of Impact hits the shelves this week, and while ‘Terminator Salvation’ might dominate the cover, its a very strong Eastern issue this month. As ‘Blood the Last Vampire’ gets ready to hit screens around the world, we talk to leading lady Gianna Jun (Jun Ji-hyun) and several Western stunt fighters who worked on the movie. As ‘Red Cliff’ hits the UK we talk to John Woo about the project and look back at classic Woo moments, we examine the current wave of Japanese femme fatale action movies including ‘Hard Revenge Milly’, “High Kick Girl” and more while the cast and crew of UK Indie actioner ‘Ten Dead Men’ look back on the eve of the films UK release, we take a first look at what to expect from ‘The Expendables’ and much more.Hard copies, digital editions, back issues etc can be ordered from ImpactActionMovieMagazine

Japan on Fire 1: J-Horror & Anime

The Crew at Podcast on Fire has returned. We’re recording three episodes entirely on Japanese Cinema. This episode we discuss J-Horrors (Ugetsu & Dark Water) as well as the very popular Anime (Paprika & Blood the Last Vampire). Stay tuned for the next show when we discuss Pinky Violence and Chanbara!!!

Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 24 – Chris Jones Interviewed. Let Awesome commence!

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The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2008 features Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner. Talking last movies watched (including a Shaw Brothers gem), what follows is an interview with UK stuntman Chris Jones talking of his experiences making Blood: The Last Vampire and being directed by Corey Yuen.

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