Posts Tagged ‘Lam Ching-Ying’

This Week In Sleaze 12 – Tightie Whitie Theater: The Girls From China & China Dolls

A Category III movie with brain and a Category III movie with heart, set to the tones of  I, I, I, was born in Beijing, The Girls From China and China Dolls gets the Tightie Whitie Theater treatment by Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal. Featuring a rare lead performance by Amy Yip and Charlie Cho playing with butter and a popcicle.

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The Director’s Series 5: Nam Nai-choi – Her Vengeance

Nam Nai-choi turns to the next chapter and stops firmly and hard at female revenge. Therefore Kenny Be and Hong Kong Dave review 1988′s Her Vengeance, starring Pauline Wong and Lam Ching-Ying. Also featuring discussion, loose theories and facts about its rather extensive censorship history. Also remember to check out Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 4 where we talk of the Shaw Brothers movie that inspired Her Vengeance!

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Pauline Wong bio & discussion
16m 50s – Lam Ching Ying bio & discussion
32m 08s – Her Vengeance Review
74m 24s – Category II edit and extended laserdisc discussion

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Podcast on Fire 122: Victim

No Hitler-Cast, i.e. Ken doing a solo POF this week as Hong Kong Dave returns! Together with Kenny B, there’s a lengthy discussion on John Woo’s Heroes Shed No Tears, tangents on State of Grace and The Raid before the main subject of this week takes center stage: Ringo Lam’s possibly supernatural cop flick Victim starring Lau Ching-wan and Tony Leung Ka-fai.

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 3: Crazy Safari


Just because we didn’t want Vampire Season to end, Kenny B and Tom K-W therefore recorded a web site exclusive bonus episode on Billy Chan’s The Gods Must Be Crazy meet Mr. Vampire mash-up Crazy Safari from 1991. Austrich hanggliding, Stephen Chow, N!xau and the little dragon all make up this craaaaazy concoction.

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Podcast on Fire 115: Vampire Season #5 – The Ultimate Vampire & Encounter of the Spooky Kind II

Vampire Season goes out with bang as Kenny B and Tom K-W finishes it off with reviews of Andrew Lau’s The Ultimate Vampire (1991), featuring as close to a zombie apocalypse as these films got, and Ricky Lau’s Encounter Of The Spooky Kind II (1990), the stand alone sequel to Sammo Hung’s groundbreaking classic…starring the big man himself.

Also, DON’T MISS Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 3 that features the review of Billy Chan’s Crazy Safari. End the Vampire Season by going all in!

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Podcast on Fire 109: Vampire Season #4 – Mr. Vampire 1992 & Vampire Vs. Vampire (1989)

Welcome back to Vampire Season and we pick up at a point where the series started go stale as we examine Mr. Vampire (YAAAAYYY!)…1992 (BOOO!) Stoo and Ken handle the first half where Stoo also chimes in with his views on 3D Sex And Zen while Tom and David contribute their thoughts on Lam Ching-ying’s directorial debut Vampire Vs. Vampire in the second half. There will be dislikes.

Also remember to check out the Bonus Episode #1 featuring the review of Magic Cop. It’s referenced as a Members Only extra in the first half of the show but it’ll be the debut of the bonus episode format.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Mr. Vampire 1992 review
53m 10s Vampire Vs. Vampire review

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Podcast On Fire 98: While Stoo’s gaming, Ken and John chat part 1

Catching up with author, stunt Coordinator, fight Coordinator, actor, professional stand up-comedian, action film historian and friend of the show John Kreng, the  chat went on for 3 hours and this first part contains only the network updates if you can believe that.  Jumping from topic to topic, Ken and John touch upon persons and subjects such as Lam Ching-Ying, old 3D Hong Kong movies, Commentary On Fire plans, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao’s dispute with Ronny Yu and the difficulty Hong Kong filmmakers faces when working in the West. Plus a of EXCLUSIVE new shows on the network-announcements!

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