Posts Tagged ‘Horror’

The Golden Ninja Podcast 12: The Vampire Is Alive & Revenge Of The Vampire

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Ninja supremacy in a fight against evil and tyranny. Lust, evil and crime run rampant. Can they be stopped?

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The Golden Ninja Podcast 11: Thunder Of Gigantic Serpent & Kickboxer From Hell

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The master holds the secret to open the doors of hell! The horror of science gone wrong! A power hungry maniac starts a chain of events that almost destroys the world!

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Pierre Kirby biography
21m 00s – Thunder Of Gigantic Serpent review
50m 48s – Mark Houghton biography
58m 50s – Kickboxer From Hell review

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 25: The Uninvited

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They remade A Tale Of Two Sisters as The Uninvited in 2009. Directed by The Guard Brothers, how does it fare?

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What’s Korean Cinema? 22 – A Tale Of Two Sisters

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Bringing the unsettling, elegant, focused and dramatic, Kim Ji-woon’s A Tale Of Two Sisters is up for discussion. Does it hold a grip on audiences still or has rampant horror clichés outside of it diminished its power? Find out with Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Movie- and production background
17m 00s – Kim Ji-woon biography & discussion
35m 53s – A Tale Of Two Sisters review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 21 – Thousand Years Old Fox

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Way before his kidnapping by Kim Jong-il or possible defection to North Korea, Shin Sang-ok honed his important voice in South Korean cinema and creating diverse work. Ranging from the gritty, documentary style thriller Flower In Hell to this widescreen period horror about a familiar trope and content within Korean film and TV. The fox spirit takes center stage in Thousand Years Old Fox from 1969. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Movie- and genre background
23m 08s – Shin Sang-ok biography & discussion
37m 22s – Thousand Years Old Fox review

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Podcast On Fire 210: Bio Zombie & Dream Home

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With special co-host Camie Chance, Kenny B takes you back to Ip Man director Wilson Yip’s humble beginnings, where he made… a zombie-movie?! Hong Kong’s rare dip into the genres comes in the form of Bio Zombie.  Also in the second half, despite Stoo and crew having covered the movie before, we discuss Pang Ho-cheung’s holy crap is it gory/social commentary/black comedy Dream Home.

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This Week In Sleaze 40: Tightie Whitie Theatre – My Neighbours Are Phantoms & Hidden Desire

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Let’s talk some fucking…. Christmas sleaze! Because there’s no tradition of the Cat III Christmas movie, we have to create our own atmos here of smells and gift giving. So breaking format,  we review a NON Category III movie. My Neighbours Are Phantoms may star Amy Yip and Charlie Cho as a pervert but it’s working within the ghost comedy spectrum. But Charlie provides probably the best representation of his cinematic image on screen ever so that’s our gift to ourselves: Fun with Charlie. But we still grace this episode and Christmas with a Category III nasty. In Ho Fan’s Hidden Desire we find DARK Charlie…

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