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Podcast On Fire 309: Spacked Out

A podcast that originally was supposed to be on the Spectrum blu ray of Spacked Out, Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast discuss the Johnnie To produced Category III rated youth drama from director Lawrence Lau.

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Podcast On Fire 308: Young And Dangerous: The Prequel & Golden Job

Sandwiched in between Young And Dangerous 5 and its concluding part Born To Be King, Andrew Lau and Manfred Wong take us back to the past Hung Hing boys. Played by other boys. It’s Young And Dangerous: The Prequel and as a send off to the coverage despite having no narrative connection to the universe, we then fast forward to a 2018 heist movie directed by Chin Kar-Lok that functioned as a Y & D cast reunion film. Yes, even Jerry Lamb is here, in Golden Job. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Young And Dangerous: The Prequel review
73m 58s – Golden Job review

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This Week In Sleaze 63: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Sex And The Emperor & Way To Success

Let’s talk some naughty and nice fucking! Or rather movies operating on the silly, cruel and rather pleasant scale of Category III. Over in the cruel camp, Wong Jing produces Emperor’s palace intrigue, nastiness and dopiness in Sex And The Emperor. Also, a positive comedy about overcoming the odds and becoming the picture-perfect image for prosperity but only in Hong Kong would you centre this around pimps and prostitution. All of which takes place in Way To Success. With Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/On director Sherman Wong’s Queen Of Underworld
13m 33s – Sex And The Emperor review
43m 10s – Way To Success review

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Podcast On Fire 302: 2020 Christmas Special

Together with Kenny B, Phil G, Paul Fox and David Lam, Tom K-W hosts another Asian cinema trivia night as we say goodbye to the strange year that was 2020.

Artwork courtesy of David Lam.

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This Week In Sleaze 62: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Story Of Lady Sue & Madame Fung Shen’s Lover

Let’s start the we wish you a merry fucking by Chaaaaaarrrliiiie Cho-carol! In the spirit of Christmas and tradition, here on This Week In Sleaze we are talking two Charlie Cho movies as we say goodbye to this dreadful year that was 2020. In The Story Of Lady Sue, Charlie has a sweet pencil thin moustache and shoots energy bolts out of his hands and in Madam Fung Shen’s Lover, aka Demon Wet Nurse, his prowess is so mighty women literally die (or faint) after having sex with him. I think we’ve picked the right films for Christmas.  With Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal. King Who? also stops by to share his thoughts on the films.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/The Story Of Lady Sue review
45m 34s – Madame Fung Shen’s Lover review
80m 07s – King Who? reviews The Story Of Lady Sue and Madame Fung Shen’s Lover

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This Week In Sleaze 61/Commentary On Fire 15: Mind Fuck

Let’s talk fucking Mind Fuck… again! First it was a podcast, then a bonus episode and now the most reviewed movie on This Week In Sleaze is getting an audio commentary.

Available both as a podcast and timed to video below (with all nudity and hardcore sex blurred out or replaced with an amusing image… because we’re responsible that way).

 

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 53: Members Only Archive Dusted #24

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 80, 84, 91, 92 and 99 with Stewart Sutherland, Kenny B, Mike Banner, Joey Leung and Coffin Jon from 2011. This collection feature tangents and outtakes about Rob-B-Hood, True Legend, Wong Jing, Kenny reviews Tsui Hark’s Missing, Joey Leung discusses the UK release of Big Tits Zombie and there’s extended chat about the Japanese movie Pale Flower.

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