Posts Tagged ‘Japan on Fire’
Aside from network updates detailing the next Japan On Fire in the pipeline, future commentaries, Last Movies Watched featuring Lunar New Year movies, ninjas as portrayed by Golan Globus, early Wilson Yip and Ken’s thoughts on Wheels On Meals, Ken, Tom KW and Hong Kong Dave do a joint review of the unusually professional Danny Lee actioner Asian Connection. Heading to Taiwan… with pleasure, sir! Also remember to check out VCinema’s 2 year anniversary podcast AND contest!
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The Japan On Fire crew continue the Studio Ghibli coverage (Intro episode HERE) and it’s suitable to start at the point WHERE it started. Therefore it’s all Laputa – Castle In The Sky in this episode!
00m 00s-15m 03s Intro, Hayao Miyazaki bio
15m 14s-31m 44s Laputa Castle In The Sky plot and background
31m 45s-End Laputa Castle In The Sky review
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Fight choreographer and author John Kreng drops by in the conclusion to our Kaiju-themed Japan On Fire. A laid back chat between him and Ken covers a bit of the technical side to the action in the monster movies, John’s love for 70s grindhouse, B-movies, what makes martial acting and why not discuss a bit of RoboCop while we’re also at it.
Also featuring almost 15 minutes of deleted conversations in the Members Only Area , available via a FREE, simple registration on the forum. KEN’S EDIT:Excuse my misidentification of who does the stunt in No Regret, No Return. It’s apparently Sam Wong (who fought Jackie at the beginning of Police Story III).
Author of “Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters: Defending the Earth with Ultraman and Godzilla” shares with Ken the very first childhood Kaiju-exposure, how it’s corrupted him since, comparison of the Godzilla eras and basically verbally writing a love letter to the Gamera-series. Yet another. It’s deserved. Also featuring almost 50 minutes of deleted conversations in the Members Only Area, available via a FREE, simple registration on the forum.
Filmmaker/filmhistorian/trivia machine Ronald L. Strong goes over his fanatic history digging Kaiju. It’s a delightful journey as well as an aggrivating one thanks to a fair few characters taking hold of the Godzilla franchise in the 80s and onwards. Gamera still rocked though!
Don’t miss the Deleted Conversations package running almost 40 minutes available in the FREE Members Only area here
Few months back we asked our community to come up with thier ideal Kaiju made up of Household items! We got great feedback and responses via Facebook, our forums and even our Twitter account. The winner though is; The Kettle Monster by forum member SlipStreamer. His Entry;
The Kettle Monster! (Alternative names: Ken The Kettle, Kettley Joe, The Magnificent Kettle.)
All good monsters need a backstory:
While experimenting on an unidentified element in his kitchen, Professor Q decided to make himself a cup of tea. But instead of pouring the boiling water into an empty cup, he poured it into the cup containing a sample of the element! Q was severely disfigured in the resulting explosion, and could only live long enough to see a giant shadowy figure rising from the dust before him.
The mutant kettle’s handle has morphed into a tail, with which it throws boiling cups of tea at people, it’s nose shoots steam into the air, and it has legs for some reason. While few people survive an encounter with it, there are those who say it is in fact a lizard, and has (lime)scales for skin. We may never know the truth, but this beast certainly deserves its title of KING OF WHITE GOODS.
The T-Shirt is on it’s way to you buddy! Enjoy!
Our special guests from the main Kaiju JOF’s get their own spotlight in an interview series (expanding our current JOF into a Kaiju in itself really). Brian Kirby is the head honcho over at Shelf Life Clothing and a passionate Kaiju-fan. We cover original introduction to the genre, Godzilla through the ages and further love directed towards Gamera of the 90s. Here’s the link to Brians Online Store; http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/