Posts Tagged ‘Commentary on Fire’

Podcast On Fire 98: While Stoo’s gaming, Ken and John chat part 1

Catching up with author, stunt Coordinator, fight Coordinator, actor, professional stand up-comedian, action film historian and friend of the show John Kreng, the  chat went on for 3 hours and this first part contains only the network updates if you can believe that.  Jumping from topic to topic, Ken and John touch upon persons and subjects such as Lam Ching-Ying, old 3D Hong Kong movies, Commentary On Fire plans, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao’s dispute with Ronny Yu and the difficulty Hong Kong filmmakers faces when working in the West. Plus a of EXCLUSIVE new shows on the network-announcements!

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews). Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.

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Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze 9: Red To Kill (1994)

Billy Tang’s vile and acclaimed rape-shocker gets the Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze treatment as both Sleazy K/Kenneth Brorsson, King Who? and the Innoncent One, Stewart Sutherland let the commentary booth run red!

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Commentary On Fire 8: The Seventh Curse (1986)

On this episode of Commentary on Fire we will be missing out on the deep Swedish knowledge of Kenneth Brorsson but he’s replaced by four Scottish blokes who have never heard of Nam Nai-Choi! Stewart invites 3 of his friends around to watch the wackiest B-Movie around: The Seventh Curse (or by the end of the night The Kentucky Fried Curse). This might make no sense at all but it is just a wee experiment.:D

For those without the dvd the commentary is available timed to video, via this playlist link or the video below:

 

Commentary On Fire 7: King Of Comedy (1999)

Stephen Chow’s King Of Comedy gets the Commentary on Fire treatment (also sans research) as Stoo and Ken tries to dissect this extreme mulit-mood experience coming from the king of comedy. Does anyone want to count how many times we get full frontal, little boy nudity in this one?

For those without the dvd, the commentary is available timed to video, via this playlist link or the video below:

 

Commentary On Fire 6: Vampire Season #2: Mr. Vampire 2 (1986)

Welcome back kids! Yes, for the second installment of ‘Vampire Season’ Stoo and Ken are stepping into the commentary booth to share their thoughts on the often neglected, unusual sequel to the highly influential Mr. Vampire. It’s got goo, hop, chases, bazookas, montages and is clearly aimed at the kids?! Listen in to find out how it all gels… if at all.

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Commentary on Fire 5: Island of Fire (1990)

We extend our coverage of the Jackie Chan 90s Special (available HERE) with a commentary on the often hated, sometimes hailed ensemble prison drama, co-starring Sammo Hung, Tony Leung and Andy Lau. For shits and giggles, Stoo and Ken decides to NOT prepare with any research. An experiment that may mean our worst commentary yet? Play your Hong Kong Legends dvd along with us and find out!

Excuse the audio problems during the last 30 minutes or so on primarily Ken’s end.

For those without the dvd, the commentary is available timed to video, via this playlist link or the video below:

Commentary On Fire 4: Scared Stiff (1987)

Strap yourselves in even AFTER watching Lau Kar-wing’s multi-mood classic Scared Stiff as the commentary by Stoo and Ken attempts to deconstruct this wild one out of the busy Hong Kong cinema scene of the 80s. Remember the robot thrusting motion come ending time…

Ken’s note: I meant to say Yuen Wah worked as action director at Shaw’s for a while, not director.

For those without the dvd, the commentary is available timed to video, via this playlist link or the video below:

 

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