Posts Tagged ‘Mr Vampire’

This Week In Sleaze 36: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Romance Of The Vampires & Jail Of No Return

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Ready for some quick fucking?… again? Sleazy K goes at it solo this episode as well, re-visiting a vampire flick BY the chief maker of Hong Kong vampire flicks and the directorial debut of actor Hugo Ng: the rather professionally made Jail Of No Return. Review of on-camera defecating coming up.

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The Golden Ninja Podcast 6: Shadow Killers, Tiger Force & Robo Vampire

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Past and future meets in this land of turmoil. A tale of ninja powers turned to evil. The evil ninja army spread death and terror throughout the city. He’s no ordinary man.

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Taiwan Noir 7: Golden Queen’s Commando & Pink Force Commando

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Take a bunch of good looking, iconic girls, plant them in movie reality courtesy of die hard movie nerd Chu Yen-Ping and you get products that probably outrages most rather than delights but that’s ok. It sparks conversation if it’s an homage or not to steal so many scenes from other movies and their music for your own. For this episode of Taiwan Noir therefore you have to imagine a paralell movie world where everything is possible. We got 80s pop star haircuts, a wild west town with 80s style grafitti, Chinese Nazis, the Ku Klux Clan and a lot is set to Ennio Morricone’s music. It’s of course a double bill of Taiwanese reefer madness in the form of Golden Queen’s Commando and Pink Force Commando! In Last Taiwanese Movies Watched, there’s challenges in devil areas and Joey Wong in a boobie flick that is equally short and long.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Chu Yen-ping bio & discussion
34m 02s – Brigitte Lin bio & discussion
54m 27s – Golden Queen’s Commando review
80m 40s – Pink Force Commando review
117m 47s – Last Taiwanese Movies Watched

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Taiwan Noir 3: Wolf Devil Woman & The Lady Avenger

The need for revenge and the crazy/dizzying take center stage here at Taiwan Noir which also means the female directors of Taiwan cinema gets a chance to shine. Meaning Kenny B and John Charles review and discuss Pearl Cheung’s Wolf Devil Woman (1982) and Karen Yang Chia-yun’s The Lady Avenger (1981) while also adding some 3-D fun in the Last Taiwanese Movies Watched segment at the end of the show.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Pearl Cheung bio/discussion
29m 40s – Wolf Devil Woman review
60m 24s – Karen Yang Chia-yun bio/discussion
71m 46s – Liu Hsuiao-fen bio/discussion
80m 45s – The Lady Avenger review
107m 30s – Last Taiwanese Movies Watched

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Podcast on Fire 109: Vampire Season #4 – Mr. Vampire 1992 & Vampire Vs. Vampire (1989)

Welcome back to Vampire Season and we pick up at a point where the series started go stale as we examine Mr. Vampire (YAAAAYYY!)…1992 (BOOO!) Stoo and Ken handle the first half where Stoo also chimes in with his views on 3D Sex And Zen while Tom and David contribute their thoughts on Lam Ching-ying’s directorial debut Vampire Vs. Vampire in the second half. There will be dislikes.

Also remember to check out the Bonus Episode #1 featuring the review of Magic Cop. It’s referenced as a Members Only extra in the first half of the show but it’ll be the debut of the bonus episode format.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Mr. Vampire 1992 review
53m 10s Vampire Vs. Vampire review

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Podcast on Fire 81: Vampire Season – Mr. Vampire (1985)

Happy Halloween and we kick off our new series ‘Vampire Season’ with a perfect movie to discuss (and a perfect one for you to watch during Halloween), Ricky Lau’s immortal classic Mr. Vampire. Along with special guest Amber Skowronski, Stoo and Ken take a trip back to first watching the movie, the feelings about the cast and writes another verbal love letter to Lam Ching-ying.

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Mr. Vampire (1985)

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Plot (HKL Edition): Inspired by Pu Song-ling’s legendary collection of horror stories in Liaozhai Zhiyi, ‘Mr. Vampire’ is a multi-leveled, kaleidoscopic action-adventure which combines the supernatural, elements of black comedy and award-winning action in one of the most successful Hong Kong pictures ever made. Read the rest of this entry »

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