Posts Tagged ‘Dragon Tiger Gate’

The Top 50 Hong Kong Movies of the Decade (#30-21)

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We’re at the half way mark. I’ve gotten my hoped for death threats, so these articles aren’t a waste of time. If you haven’t read the first part of this series of articles; Click Here and the second part can be found here; Click Here.

This part of the list has everything in it, Ekin Cheng! Donnie Yen! More Ekin and more Donnie! Find out were below. Read the rest of this entry »

Podcast on Fire 59: “An Evening with Stoo & Mike” AKA 52 Minutes of Waffling

When the heroic duo of Stoo and Mike discover that Ken is fighting Cat III Kaiju’s in Stockholm, they decide to kick back and enjoy a evening of banter. Ong Bak 2, Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars, Asian Cinema on British TV and we revisit Guilty Pleasures! Oh yeah the occasional static sound is me scratching my beard!!

Mikes Link for Stoo; http://www.cdwow.com/DVD/DRAGON-TIGER-GATE/dp/pc/10545659

Podcast On Fire 47 – Oh when the Shaw’s come marching in… and off they go again?

What do you mean this picture has nothing to do with the show!!

Ken hosts just because he can and aside from discussing in depth our last movies watched and Stoo admitting he’s found his new Dragon Tiger Gate, the trio takes us through thoughts on if Shaw Brothers movies got any chance on the UK dvd market. It’s fun and illuminating, kidz. Read the rest of this entry »

Podcast on Fire 43 – Off Mic

Filling the gaps between shows Stoo has published several deleted conversations which are regularly posted on the Members Only forum, but today subscribers can get to listen into the show everyone once and a while. Stoo, Ken and Jim discuss; Dragon Tiger Gate, Dragonball Evolution (again), Sex and Chopsticks, They Live and Twins Effect II!

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