Posts Tagged ‘Commentary on Fire’

Podcast On Fire 72: Trailer-MAAAAAAANNNIA!

Ken struggles to prompt Stoo but death is soon warmed up and delivers together with Ken the latest updates from POF HQ (including the reveal of the next COMMENTARY ON FIRE and what the future may hold for JAPAN ON FIRE). Then it’s trailer-mania time with discussion on Ong Bak 3Shaolin and The Stool Pigeon.

Trailer links:
Ong Bak 3 – Far East Films
Shaolin – Twitch
The Stool Pigeon – Twitch

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Podcast On Fire 70: I know what you did last Sunday before AND after the commentary

Listen in to hear what it takes to start a Commentary On Fire and off-air banter post-commentary follows with the trio of Stoo, Ken and Mike Leeder. It managed to be fun, informative and LONG enough to warrant a little regular Podcast On Fire. Have fun!

Commentary on Fire 2: Mismatched Couples

COF Return with a commentary on 1985’s Mismatched Couples! Yes we are probably only doing this for our community, but this was worth it! It took five attempts for us to get the comm going, but we got there in the end.

Credits: Mike Leeder, Hong Kong Movie Database, Internet Movie Database, Hong Kong Cinemagic, Hong Kong Cinema View From The Brooklyn Bridge.

For those without the dvd, you can find the commentary timed to video, in 2 parts, here.

Commentary on Fire 1: Eastern Condors (1989)

That’s right people, the crew here have just finished up our first audio commentary. Choosing the cult favorite Eastern Condors (HKL R2 DVD), please download and listen to Stoo, Ken and Mike talk about Hong Kongs answer to the Vietnam war movie!

For those without the dvd, you can find the commentary timed to video, in 3 parts, here.

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