Posts Tagged ‘Lau Kar-Wing’

The Golden Ninja Podcast 10: Silver Dragon Ninja & Ninja Killer

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An action-packed thriller of unrivaled ambition. Power hungry ninjas conspire to control the world by any means. Corrupt police and beautiful, sexy agents are unwilling parts of this game of deadly manipulation.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Paola Tocha biography
22m 04s – Silver Dragon Ninja review
57m 55s – Ninja Killer background/Cuneyt Arkin bio and discussion
74m 25s – Ninja Killer review

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Commentary On Fire 4: Scared Stiff (1987)

Strap yourselves in even AFTER watching Lau Kar-wing’s multi-mood classic Scared Stiff as the commentary by Stoo and Ken attempts to deconstruct this wild one out of the busy Hong Kong cinema scene of the 80s. Remember the robot thrusting motion come ending time…

Ken’s note: I meant to say Yuen Wah worked as action director at Shaw’s for a while, not director.

For those without the dvd, the commentary is available timed to video, via this playlist link or the video below:

 

Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog (1978)

Plot: Dirty Tiger (Lau Kar-Wing) is a bounty hunter who summoned up by an elderly woman, she begs him to help her retrieve her husband – Crazy Frog (Sammo Hung). Her husband as ran away from her and so she’s willing to pay Tiger 20 taels of gold for her safe return. Tiger would have to be a fool to turn down this offer, so he sets out to find her husband. Read the rest of this entry »

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