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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 46: Members Only Archive Dusted #20

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 66, 75, as well as Japan On Fire 4, 5 and 9 with Kenny B, Stewart Sutherland Mike Banner and John Kreng from 2010 this collection feature tangents and outtakes on the Karate Kid-remake, John Kreng talks to Ken about grindhouse movies such as Bucktown, Daimajin, and a Twitter question concerns cannibalism.

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Taiwan Noir 29: Kung Fu Wonder Child & The Legend Of All Men Are Brothers

Just before The Child of Peach, actress Lin Shao-Lu got to try out playing a boy with magical powers in Lee Tso-Nam’s Kung Fu Wonder Child. Bring out your Taiwanese bingo card, this one will have nice songs, pee and poo in faces and energy bolts. Also, the characters of The Water Margin fights people in wheelchairs, drunks, transvestites and a worm infested zombie. The classic Chinese novel gets weird in the 1984 movie The Legend Of All Men Are Brothers. With Kenny B and Todd Stadtman.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 45: Members Only Archive Dusted #19

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 67, 68 and 72 with Kenny B, Stewart Sutherland and Mike Leeder from 2010, this collection feature tangents and outtakes on Michael Hui, Kill Bill, Yuen Woo-Ping’s Miracle Fighters, Ekin Cheng, Mike Leeder expands on the talk he did about True Legend on the main show and Stoo gets his 75th follower on Twitter.

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Podcast On Fire 280: Steve Kerridge Interview

Phil G talks to Steve Kerridge who has over 40 years of experience in training and teaching in martial arts, is a Black belt and the founder of Essex Kickboxing Academy. He is also the highly regarded author of many publications on the legend that is Bruce Lee including Legends Of The Dragon and Mandarin Superstar. Steve talks of inspirations for the books and tells the tale of Bruce Lee making The Big Boss and how he picked up the trail of the featured Thai stuntmen in the film.

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Podcast On Fire 279: Return To A Better Tomorrow & Feel 100%

First we went after Alan Tam, then we set our sights on defaming George Lam and now we tackle another uneven actor that we’ve perceived as being harmful to the movie viewing experience. The face of Young And Dangerous, Chan Ho-Nam himself: Ekin Cheng. For episode 1, we look at the modestly titled Return To A Better Tomorrow by Wong Jing, featuring Ekin as our gun toting lead and the comic book adaptation Feel 100% about the trials and tribulations of being a twentysomething. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.co.uk.

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This Week In Sleaze 57: The Supernormal-series

The Hong Kong shockumentary gets a spotlight and while not nasty enough to get a Category III rating, through staged, faked, not so faked footage Feng Shui Master Edward Lee shines a light on fox goblins, fortune telling, stories of scam artists, feng shui, exorcism, haunted mansions and Amy Yip’s breasts. Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal are joined by a special guest as we break down The Supernormal 1 and 2 from the early 90s as well as the recently released third entry.

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Japan On Fire 29: Hideo Gosha – The Geisha

After a hiatus, we are back for the finishing stretches of the coverage of the filmmaker responsible for Three Outlaw Samurai, Hitokiri and Onimasa. The next to last episode have us stopping in 1983 and the multi award winning drama about a geisha appropriately called The Geisha. With Kenny B and special guest, co-host and author Robin Gatto.

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00m 00s – Intro/Robin Gatto interview.
28m 47s – Hideo Gosha biography – The story continues…
60m 51s – Death Shadows quick-take
75m 35s – The Geisha review.

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