Posts Tagged ‘Mark Cheng’

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 34: Members Only Archive Dusted #13

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 45 and 46 with Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner from 2009, this collection feature tangents and outtakes concerning the then recently announced The Expendables, further Jet Li talk (including on High RiskMy Father Is A Hero and daft re-titles of his movies) and Mike finds a porn-stash that Ken likes.

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This Week In Sleaze 50: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Gong Tau: An Oriental Black Magic & Crazy Love

Let’s talk some fucking partying! With Herman Yau. Partying from 2007 like it’s 1993 as he returned with a Cat III black magic movie at that time starring Mark Cheng and called Gong Tau: An Oriental Black Magic and we watch Loletta Lee go from cute girl in a variety of 80s movies to nude girl in a variety of 90s movies as we look at Crazy Love aka The Fruit Is Ripe.

Ken’s note: At 58m 43s you will hear a slight shift in recording quality. For the remainder of the show we had to rely on a backup recording as my software didn’t record the last half of the show.

Running times:

00m 00s – Intro/Gong Tau review
53m 38s –Loletta Lee biography/discussion
60m 33s –Crazy Love review

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This Week In Sleaze 47: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Ebola Syndrome & A Chinese Torture Chamber Story II

twis47Ebola Ebola! Let’s spread it together! Herman Yau and bestie Anthony Wong crafts what is probably one of Hong Kong’s most foul pictures. We’re of course talking of and we’re going to be talking of 1996’s Ebola Syndrome and in the second half we re-enter the Chinese torture chamber. Discussing the unrelated followup to Wong Jing’s classic production, this time, Shaw Brothers fans should pay more attention…

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This Week In Sleaze 8: Raped By An Angel

Two men, a striking English tite and a view from both the Hong Kong and Taiwan side, for this episode Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal absorb all that is Andrew Lau’s Raped By An Angel.

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook page , Facebook group (NEW) or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to our iTunes feed. Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.

Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Andrew Lau
44m 05s – Mark Cheng
52m 45s – Wong Jing/Chingmy Yau/Simon Yam
69m 35s – Raped By An Angel review

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Invisible Target (2007)

Invisible Target revolves around three police officers whose lives are changed forever when a group of deadly thieves blow up and rob an armour truck.

Detective Chan Chun (Nicholas Tse) looses his fiancée in eruption of explosions from the hiest. Six months on Chan Chun still mourns his lose and has became a reckless cop who risks his life at the drop of a hat. Carson Fong (Shawn Yue) is a cold badass cop who is taken down a peg when him and his group a torn apart by truck robbers. Junior Officer Wai King Ho (Jaycee Chan) lives in the shadow of his brother who has been missing and seems to be some how related to the deadly group dubbed “The Ronin”. Read the rest of this entry »

Raped by an Angel (1993)

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Plot (Universe): The Perverse lawyer Chuck Chi-Shing (Mark Cheng) is fascinated by a sexy advertisement starring two top models, Yau Yuk-Nam (Chingmy Yau) and Chu Kit-Man (Jaqueline Ng). He arranges the perfect ‘rape plan’ against Chu. Next he kills her and designs a plot that makes it seem like a suicide case.

When Yuk-Nam realizes that the Chu, her best friend, was tortured to death, she decides to use her body to allure the murderer into a trap… Read the rest of this entry »

Young and Dangerous 5 (1998)

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As usual expect spoilers…

The Last installment of the series turns out quite well, even though it misses one of its leading characters, Chicken, played by Jordan Chan. Chan Ho-Nam (Ekin Cheng) has met his match, yes someone following in his footsteps and is planning on replacing him for good. He is Szeto Ho-Nam (Mark Cheng), Szeto is a branch leader of the Tung Sing (known rivals of The Hing Hung). Szeto has joined forces with a Malaysian Business man who plans on clearing out the Hing Hung, just in time for the Lunar New Year!

New character, Big Head (Chin Kar-Lok) was sent to prison for manslaughter (This was a test as a Hing Hung Triad, where he was promised a promotion). The average sentence for Manslaughter is 4-5 years, although Big Head was sentenced to nine years instead. Since his release from prison he’s given up on being a triad and begins a tidy living as a news agent. Although he soon troubled by Tung Sing, after they trash his stall. But The Hing Hung come to the rescue and Big Head decides to follow Chan Ho-Nam once again…

After meeting up with Szeto again, this time Big Head volunteers to represent Hing Hung in a boxing match against Ho Yung. Szeto even sets one on one scrap between him and Chan Ho-Nam… Read the rest of this entry »

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