Posts Tagged ‘Elsa yeung’

Taiwan Noir 14: Challenge Of The Lady Ninja & A Life Of Ninja

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Ninja double bill! Elsa Yeung! Chen Kuan-tai! Taiwan reefer madness! No intro!

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The Golden Ninja Podcast 2: Diamond Ninja Force & Ninja Commandments

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For this series, we aim to go through the different phases at IFD, from the phase were ninjas were popular, to ones where they tried out kickboxing tint to their cut and paste movies and created their own superhero etc but for episode 2 we’ll stay in ninja territory to give you all yet another aural examination of cut and paste ninja action fun. Fun that is enhanced by the fact that paired up with the IFD footage are genres hardly associated with ninja action: horror and melodrama. So therefore we are discussing Diamond Ninja Force and Ninja Commandments for this episode. With Kenny B and Ed Glaser, the owner and president of Neon Harbour and director of Ninja The Mission Force.

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Taiwan Noir 11: Virago & The Anger

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Wishing to cover the following movies anyway but now that we’re stumbling upon same actors and filmmakers again and again, the work needed to get these shows done gets reduced ever so slightly because tonight’s focus on actress Elsa Yeung and director Richard Chen means the little there is to say of them biography wise has been done. So we won’t repeat the little we know and dig as we cover 1981’s Virago (IFD’s re-title of the 1981 actioner was the more commonly known title Deadly Silver Angels) starring Elsa training women in bikinis to stab the f*ck out of men and The Anger, the Lu Hsiao-fen thriller that was the basis for the IFD cut and paste movie Inferno Thunderbolt by Godfrey Ho.

Note that the first half was recorded but lost and re-recorded under different conditions. Hence the different halves sounding somewhat different in quality. /Ken

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Taiwan Noir 4: Girl With A Gun & Exposed To Danger
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Taiwan Noir 10: The Thrilling Sword & The Country Of Beauties

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He’s comfortable already as co-host so 4DK’s (Die, Danger, Die Die Kill) Todd programmed half of this episode that will focus on Elsa Yeung with a double bill of the colourful Wuxia fantasy The Thrilling Sword based on some Disney story you might’ve heard  and her as an Amazon leader of women cutting men’s balls off in The Country Of Beauties.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Elsa Yeung bio/discussion
26m 48s – The Thrilling Sword review
56m 56s – Ulysses Au-Yeung bio/discussion
67m 25s – Don Wong bio/discussion
72m 00s – The Country Of Beauties review

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