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Posts Tagged ‘Official Exterminator’

Taiwan Noir 13: Devil Returns & Kill For Love


It’s important to sometime note that part of the selection process for these episodes are about detailing my (Kenny B that is) own journey through this era of Taiwanese movies, mainly late 70s, early 80s. It’s about the disocvery of directors, performers, movies, classic scenes, iconic moments and about trying to explain my comfort factor watching these movies, moments and performers. That means even the stinkers and the mediocrity deserves a voice. That is our long winded way of saying welcome to Taiwan Noir 13 on Richard Chen’s Devil Returns and Kill For Love with Kenny B and  Tood Stadtman.

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Podcast On Fire 95: LMW – Stoo’s Holiday Movie Marathon

Recapping his staycation and trimming The Banned List considerably, Stoo skims through some rewatchable classics before writing a love letter to current Hong Kong Andy Lau cinema. Detective Dee and the Mystery of Phantom Flame and Shaolin get their due while Ken compares an original Taiwan movie to IFD’s officially exterminated treatment of it.

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