Posts Tagged ‘Comedy’

The Director’s Series 18: David Chiang – Will Of Iron

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For our next episode covering the directing career of martial arts superstar David Chiang, he furthers his working relationship with Bill Tung and gets the superstars to act in his attempt at being a rooted, gloomy filmmaker. A filmmaker not afraid to be pleasant and also nihilistic to a degree, this is The Director’ Series 18 on David Chiang’s Will Of Iron.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Bill Tung biography/discussion
13m 55s – Quick-Takes: My Dear Son & When East Meets West
26m 37s – Will Of Iron review

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Podcast On Fire 211: The Iceman Cometh & The Chinese Feast

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Kenny B and Paul Fox wash away the foul stench the Donnie Yen starrer Iceman 3D left behind by watching the 1989 original it was a remake of: The Iceman Cometh. Also from the Lunar New Year of 1995, we talk and review Tsui Hark’s cooking comedy The Chinese Feast.

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Podcast On Fire 208: Rich And Famous & Once Upon A Time A Hero In China

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The Alan Tam crapping hour with Kenny B and Phil G returns! We take a look at part 1 of Taylor Wong’s gangster saga Rich And Famous and then talk the Wong Fei Hung that no one asked for in the form of Alan Tam starring in the comedy Once Upon A Time A Hero In China.

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. Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at shelflifeclothing.com.

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This Week In Sleaze 40: Tightie Whitie Theatre – My Neighbours Are Phantoms & Hidden Desire

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Let’s talk some fucking…. Christmas sleaze! Because there’s no tradition of the Cat III Christmas movie, we have to create our own atmos here of smells and gift giving. So breaking format,  we review a NON Category III movie. My Neighbours Are Phantoms may star Amy Yip and Charlie Cho as a pervert but it’s working within the ghost comedy spectrum. But Charlie provides probably the best representation of his cinematic image on screen ever so that’s our gift to ourselves: Fun with Charlie. But we still grace this episode and Christmas with a Category III nasty. In Ho Fan’s Hidden Desire we find DARK Charlie…

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This Week In Sleaze 39: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Lost Souls & Wild At Heart

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Let’s talk some fucking… miserable fooling! This time we settle into the Tightie Whitie Theatre for misery with Mou Tun-fei at Shaw Brothers and Ho Fan directed misadventures in fooling.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Mou Tun-fei  biography and discussion.
25m 28s – Lost Souls review
54m 31s – Wild At Heart review

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The Director’s Series 17: David Chiang – The Wrong Couples

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For the next episode examining the career of martial arts superstar turned director David Chiang, the name of the game is still letting his chosen veterans act but letting one of them display a rarely seen dramatic side: Namely Richard Ng. With Kenny and Tom K-W.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Josephine Siao biography/discussion
16m 45s – The Wrong Couples review

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The Director’s Series 16: David Chiang – Mr. Handsome

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We continue analyzing the filmography of martial arts superstar turned director David Chiang and past wacky Wuxia parody and comedy slasher hybrids, we find Chiang in a latter 80s half of Hong Kong cinema. Producing frequently and more even-termpered as he lets Bill Tung and Lydia Shum mostly lead his straightly made frames. If that’s a good thing or not, find out as we take a look at David Chiang’s Mr. Handsome.

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. We are also featured on All Things Film, a collection of like minded Film, Cinema, TV, Geek and Cult Podcasts.

Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Quick-Takes of Silent Love and Double Fattiness
17m 19s – Richard Ng biography/discussion
27m 53s – Mr. Handsome review

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