Posts Tagged ‘Magic Cop’

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 1: Magic Cop (1990)

Formatting bonus content differently for this one, this is the debut of the bonus episode format! Leading the way is Ken, David and Tom with their review of Stephen Ting Wai’s Magic Cop that we couldn’t fit into the Vampire Season coverage.

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Podcast On Fire 53: The John Kreng Interview Part 1 + body fluids

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Before the main attraction, Stoo and Ken go over Last Movies Watched and beware that the word sperm is going to be used frequently as Ken dissects Andrew Lau’s Lover Of The Last Empress (clip imbedded below of the best bit from the film) while Stoo has opened his present from Mike Banner. Also featuring part 1 of Stoo’s interview with John Kreng, action choreographer and author of “Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue”. For this show, John takes us back to the set of Tsui Hark’s The Master (starring Jet Li). Read the rest of this entry »

Magic Cop (1989)

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Plot (Megastar): Fung (Lam Ching-Ying), an experienced policeman, had his quiet and beautiful life in Tung Ping Chu. One day, the old lady living next door came to ask him to go Hong Kong Island to get back the dead body of her daughter, a stewardess who was killed by the police as being suspected to be a drug smuggler.

Fung found that the ‘Stewardess’ had actually been killed before she came back to Hong Kong. She had been turned into a living corpse and controlled by a Japanese magician (Michiko Nishiwaki) for smuggling.

With Fung’s supernatural skill and detective technique, they finally find out the location of the secret altar of the Japanese magician… Read the rest of this entry »

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