Posts Tagged ‘Edison Chen’

Podcast On Fire 216: Duel To The Death & Infernal Affairs II

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We go back to 1983’s Duel To The Death where director Ching Siu-tung shows us fun with swords, ninjas, gore and maturity mixed into all of it?! Another crew that goes back is the Infernal Affairs-one. Expanding the legend and the theme of continuous hell, Infernal Affairs II takes our moles, cops and gangsters back to 1991. With Kenny B and Phil G.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 15: Members Only Archive Dusted #3

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Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) from Podcast On Fire 14, 15, 16 and 17  from 2008 with Stoo, Kenny B, Mike Banner, Scott Napier and James Aylmore, this collection feature tangents on: American television, an early Stephen Chow movie re-title up there with the best of them, more on underrated screen fighters, similarities to the Edison Chen photo scandal and the movie Beyond Our Ken and Skype problems.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 13: Members Only Archive Dusted #2

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Consisting of outtakes and deleted material from Podcast On Fire 11, 12, 13 (available in the Cast From The Past archive) from 2008, this previously forum exclusive and now website exclusive collection feature tangents on: Fatal Move. why Donnie Yen fails as an actor, the dubs vs subtitles discussion, Skype fail technically and a reminder for you 2013 listeners from 2008 what the Edison Chen scandal was about. It all concludes with the epic Ken, We Miss You-montage.

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Podcast On Fire 87: Mike-Cast 2011

Ah…. it’s always oh so lovely when it’s The Magnificent Trio on air again! So welcome back Mike Banner to the Podcast On Fire Network! Also, we know the following questions are continually hovering inside and around people’s heads so we thought we’d answer them: Is Yuen Biao Better than Sammo and Jackie, how is Tony Jaa, where is Edison Chen and what is the ZiiEagle? Pardon the sound quality of the show (this stuff was all too good to lose), in particular from Ken’s end and do note Stoo switches to his iPhone 30 mins into the show so that’s why his sound quality worsens.

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Podcast On Fire 43: Urban Hong Kong Celebrity Survivor

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Sans Mike Banner, Stoo and Ken are joined by James Aylmore but before, Ken feels the need to spoil the entire plot of Scared Stiff (starring Eric Tsang, Miu Kiu-Wai and Chow Yun-Fat) so if you desperately want to avoid hearing about its ending (you should in some ways avoid the flick to tell you the truth), skip listening between 00:03:00 to the 00:20:00. We will then be back to discuss the latest development in the already old Edison Chen Sexy Photo Gate. Next development: You’re off the island, son!

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Dog Bite Dog (2006)

Plot: Pang (Edison Chen) – a Cambodian pit fighter turn assassin travels to Hong Kong and brutally executes an older woman, when awaiting his escape he is caught up by two cops. The cops Wai (Sam Lee) and Fat Lam (Lam Suet) attempt to apprehend the crazed assassin he ends up driving a screw driver into Lam’s neck, killing him brutally. Pang now at gun point from Wai and his fellow officers he gives himself up allowing them to arrest him. When returning to the station Pang manages to get out of his handcuffs and causes the car to crash letting him escape back into the streets of Hong Kong. Read the rest of this entry »

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