Posts Tagged ‘Chang Cheh’

Podcast on Fire 127: Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday

With life, rock fesitvals and Hong Kong trips out of the way, Kenny B and Hong Kong Dave sits town for a Hong Kong trip recap, take a trip down giallo memory lane before taking in the full nostalgia reviewing Samson Chiu’s Hong Kong The Wonder Years, aka Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday.

Ken’s note: I id’d the show as episode 126, it’s in fact as stated in the show post 127.

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Heroes Two (1974)

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Plot (Momentum Asia): Hung Hsi-Kuan (Chen Kuan-Tai) escapes from the Shaolin monastery that has been burned down by the soldiers of the Ching government. En route to Kwantung, he comes across Fang Shih-Yu (Alexander Fu Sheng), a fellow Shaolin Hero.

The two men, without disclosing their identities, fight each other not realizing that they are on the same side. Believing that Hung is a gangster, Fang delivers him to the enemy before realizing his mistake… Read the rest of this entry »

7 Man Army (1976)

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Plot (Celestial): In 1933, 20,000 Japanese soldiers and 50 tanks invaded the Pa Tou Lou Tzu, a strategic key point of the Great Wall. With only seven men stationing, these heroes took on the entire army for five days before succumbing.

The ‘7-Man Army’ includes Captain Wu Chan-Zheng (Ti Lung) led this group brave soldiers who include the young – Ha Hong-Fa (Alexander Fu) who joined the army to spite the mongolian thieves raiding his village. Others include the Saber waving Jiang Ming-Kun (Chen Kuan-Tai) and Bai Zhang-Xing (David Chiang) who joined the army to become a decent man. Read the rest of this entry »

Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 15 – Thunderbirds are Go?

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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 such as the unexpectedly terrific The Four Invincibles, the always terrific Disciples Of Shaolin and Mike raging over all the movies Ken have not watched. Also, the POF-team gets their Thunderbirds counterpart explained.

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Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 7 – Gotta Catch ’em all… Shaw Brothers

The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2007 features Stoo, Ken, and Mike Banner. Discussing entertainment value of Hong Kong movies then and now, along the way there’s tidbits about Tiger On The Beat 2, Tony Jaa, and Shaw Brothers dvd’s going out of print. Last movies watched includes: Naked Ambition and Shaolin Vs Lama.

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Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 5 – Mike Banner makes his debut

The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2007 features Stoo, Ken, and the debut of Mole Banner. Mike speaks of the challenges of starting an independent label (Green Fan DVD), releasing Chang Cheh’s Ninja In Ancient China in the UK and the last movie watched segment contains chat about The Angry River and a love letter to Shaw Brothers baddie Ku Feng.

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