Posts Tagged ‘CJ7’

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 30: Members Only Archive Dusted #9

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Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 29, 30 and 31 (available in the Cast From The Past archive) from 2008 with Stoo, Kenny B, Mike Banner, Phil G and Jeff Wildman. This collection feature tangents and outtakes concerning last movies watched, movies to watch in the future (that idea gives birth to a funny name), bad cover art and sports hooligans.

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The Top 50 Hong Kong Movies of the Decade (#20-11)

Now this is where the list gets serious. There might be a Donnie Yen or Ekin flick squeezed in the next twenty movies, but come on… I run this shit!

The top of the countdown can be found here, then our countdown went through the 30s spots, here and last week I released a post consisting of a lot of Ekin/Donnie Flicks, which can be found here.

The conclusion will be posted on 31st December, in time to welcome the new year. Read the rest of this entry »

Cast From The Past: Podcast On Fire 31 – Horrific Kung-Fu ass rape and Canada

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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 Jeff Wildman. Talking last movies watched (including kung fu movies featuring sodomy, CJ7 and Sammo’s Slickers Vs Killers), we also tackle topics and questions such as favourite writers and critics of Hong Kong cinema.

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, on our Facebook page and Facebook group or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to our iTunes feed.

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