Posts Tagged ‘Norman Tsui’

Podcast On Fire 216: Duel To The Death & Infernal Affairs II

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We go back to 1983’s Duel To The Death where director Ching Siu-tung shows us fun with swords, ninjas, gore and maturity mixed into all of it?! Another crew that goes back is the Infernal Affairs-one. Expanding the legend and the theme of continuous hell, Infernal Affairs II takes our moles, cops and gangsters back to 1991. With Kenny B and Phil G.

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Podcast On Fire 170: Hong Kong Horror Month – Devil Fetus & Seeding Of A Ghost

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It’s part 3 of our homage to 80s Hong Kong horror and it’s getting wild tonight with Devil Fetus (aren’t you sold already?) and a trip into the mad minds at Shaw Brothers during the 80s in terms of dealing with this genre. Therefore it’s also 1983’s Seeding Of A Ghost we’re covering for this episode so with Kenny B is Sleazy K’s co-host The Great Lord Joshua Regal from This Week In Sleaze and it’s fitting, one of the movies was Category III at least on one video version and the other has plenty of nudity. It’s kind of like the Tightie Whitie Theater after all.

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The Director’s Series 9: Kirk Wong – The Club & Lifeline Express

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So our next subject for The Director’s Series is picked and with a short but interesting, nasty and explosive filmography, including one very different movie in Hollywood for him, it’s time to do Kirk Wong Chi-keung justice. Hear Kenny B and Tom K-W start with his debut in triad and Michael Chan Wai-man territory called The Club (1981) and follow with the Kent Cheng and Teddy Robin horror-comedy Lifeline Express.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Kirk wong  bio/discussion
14m 40s – Michael chan bio/discussion
20m 57s – The Club review
57m 28s – Kent Cheng bio/discussion
67m 15s – Teddy Robin bio/discussion
72m 10s – Lifeline Express review

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Two Fisted Podcast 1: Hong Kong Godfather

Ideal females The Ninjasquid and achillesgirl discuss Wang Lung Wei’s 1985 bloody triad film Hong Kong Godfather in the debut episode of Two Fisted Podcast! Highlights include Ninjasquid’s special recipe for the “Hong Kong Godfather” cocktail, a short pre-Shaw biography of Wang Lung Wei, his career, an hommage à Shum Wai, an email interview with Wayne Archer, and a “Learn Movie Cantonese!” segment with Frank Djeng (frankdjeng at yahoo.com) ! Sex, violence and hilarity ensues. Also see the Hong Kong Godfather companion blogpost

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