Posts Tagged ‘Ghost’

Podcast On Fire 254: Where’s Officer Tuba? & The Champions

Sammo Hung is haunted by alpha male superstar cop David Chiang, tries to romance Joey Wong and gets the crap beaten out of him by Hwang Jang-Lee in Where’s Officer Tuba from 1986 and Yuen Biao plays soccer with the Yuen Clan in The Champions. With Kenny B and the official travelling man of the network: Hong Kong Dave.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 33 – A Bloodthirsty Killer

The black and white mindbender of 1965? Lee Yong-min’s career may be hard to research but his nightmare fuel in the form A Bloodthirsty Killer was thankfully discovered and now Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid review it as well talk of the career of the director.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Lee Yong-min biography & discussion
38m 13s – A Bloodthirsty Killer review

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The Director’s Series 20: Ringo Lam – Esprit D’amour

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Before there was the On Fire’s, the master in training would start shaping his voice in genres he’d rarely if ever was associated with. It’s the tale of Ringo Lam and this is The Director’s Series on his debut Esprit D’Amour.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Ringo Lam biography/discussion
32m 00s – Quick-Takes: The Other Side Of Gentleman & Cupid One
41m 30s – Esprit D’amour review

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