Posts Tagged ‘Lau Kar leung’

Podcast On Fire 261: Sophia Crawford Interview Part 1

In the first of two parts, actress, martial artist and stuntwoman Sophia Crawford chats with Kenny B about her upbringing in England and what key events led her to a career in Hong Kong action movies.

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Podcast On Fire 260: The Tyler & Ken Conversations Part 2

Tyler Miller and Kenny B conclude their chat. In this part we talk Shaw Brothers directors such as Lau Kar-Leung and Chang Cheh, there’s further origin stories for network shows such as What’s Korean Cinema? and This Week In Sleaze, Korean and sleazy recommendations and Tyler schools Ken on Japanese cinema.

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Podcast On Fire 257: High Risk & Return To The 36th Chamber

Director Lau Kar-leung takes us and the Master Killer Gordon Liu back to Shaolin temple and the 36 Chambers in Return To The 36th Chamber. This time it’s funny. Also, Wong Jing makes fun of Jackie Chan and then his action team makes a ‘Die Hard’ movie starring Jet Li. With Kenny B and Mike Maley.

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Podcast On Fire 256: Aces Go Places V – The Terracotta Hit & So Close

It’s the end of the ‘Aces Go Places’-series and with young faces accompanying the veteran cast that’s aided by a veteran kung fu filmmaker, how does the 5th entry The Terracotta Hit fare? Also, with a little help from Columbia Tri Star, Corey Yuen does impeccable looking girls with guns in So Close from 2002. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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Taiwan Noir 25: Master Of The Flying Guillotine & The Shaolin Invincibles

Jimmy Wang Yu dones the One Armed Boxer persona again and takes on the blind master of the flying guillotine IN… Master Of The Flying Guillotine. We’ll also be talking about The Shaolin Invincibles, widely known as “the one with the gorillas.”

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00m 00s – Intro/Jimmy Wang Yu biography & discussion
25m 09s – Master Of The Flying Guillotine review
60m 20s – The Shaolin Invincibles review

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Podcast On Fire 214: Challenge Of The Masters & Shaolin Soccer

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In this episode, we take a look at a Wong Fei Hung origin story that’s also closer to the origins of Lau Kar-leung’s directing career. You’ll find out during our review of 1976’s Challenge Of The Masters if Lau the filmmaker has evolved. Also, a look back on the Stephen Chow shaolin soccer comedy hit appropriately called… Shaolin Soccer. With Kenny B and Mike Maley.

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Podcast On Fire 198: The Dragon Family & Casino Raiders

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During this episode, we reivew another duo of Alan Tam flicks and see if we’re willing spokespersons for Team Tam this time around. They come in the form of Lau Kar-wing’s 1988 gangster actioner The Dragon Family starring everyone and Alan Tam. And in the second half we take a look at a movie that many forget when talking the late 80s gambling genre in Hong Kong: Wong Jing and Jimmy Heung’s Casino Raiders from 1989.

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