Posts Tagged ‘Mainland China’

Podcast On Fire 250: Shock Wave

The versatile, productive and often always interesting Herman Yau can work any genre and for 2017’s Shock Wave, he gives us Andy Lau’s bomb disposal officer vs Mainland terrorists out for revenge. Kenny B goes solo and also shares some recent viewing- and gaming experiences. Including thoughts on the conclusion of a long anime TV-series.

Shock Wave is out now on dvd and digital in the UK from CineAsia.

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Podcast On Fire 247: God Of War

Vincent Zhao and Sammo Hung take on Japanese pirates led by Yasuaki Kurata in Gordon Chan’s Mainland epic God Of War. With Kenny B who also speaks about Police Story on VHS, romantic anime and Donnie Yen’s Kung Fu Jungle.

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Podcast On Fire 245: Railroad Tigers

Director Ding Sheng goes for a third collaboration with star Jackie Chan after a period effort/buddy comedy/road movie with a heart in the form of Little Big Soldier and the hostage drama Police Story 2013. So for heist shenanigans in war times in the form of Railroad Tigers, is the duo going to be 3 for 3? With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

Thank you to Fetch Publicity and Well Go USA for providing the disc for review.

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Podcast On Fire 232: The Bodyguard & Police Story 2013

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This episode we’re looking at recent/somewhat recent efforts from giant innovators of Hong Kong action cinema… now in their elder years. Sammo Hung returns to the directing chair for the first time in nearly 20 years to divide his time between drama and action in The Bodyguard and Jackie Chan extends the Police Story film series in Police Story 2013. With Kenny B and Eastern Film Fans head honcho Phil G.

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Podcast On Fire 224: The Dynasty Report – The Vanished Murderer & Monk Comes Down The Mountain

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In 2012 we saw The Bullet Vanishes and now one of its stars, Lau Ching-Wan and director Law Chi-Leung returns with The Vanished Murderer. Plus Aaron Kwok and a chicken on the poster for Farewell My Concubine’s Chen Kaige’s new film Monk Comes Down The Mountain.

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Podcast On Fire 215: The Dynasty Report – Dragon Blade & Sara

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The Dynasty Report goes international to a degree with a review of Jackie Chan’s box office hit Dragon Blade from 2015. Acting against John Cusack and Adrien Brody, let’s examine how East meets West in this period actioner. Also, the review of movie number 8 trillion on director Herman Yau’s filmography in the form of the Category III rated drama Sara.

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Podcast On Fire 213: The Dynasty Report – The Taking Of Tiger Mountain 3D & Undercover Duet

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In one corner, a new film from a veteran director using very modern and commercial techniques and in the other corner, one director who’s only made two far. So welcome to another Dynasty Report with Paul Fox and Dr. David Lam, discussing Tsui Hark’s The Taking Of Tiger Mountain 3D and Mark Wu’s Undercover Duet.

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