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Podcast On Fire 185: A Better Tomorrow III & On The Run

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One’s a prequel to a groundbreaking heroic bloodshed movie, one represents a detour from doing acrobatics and fighting alongside his peking opera brothers. One is Tsui Hark’s A Better Tomorrow 3 and the other is Alfred Cheung’s On The Run, starring Yuen Biao. With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

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The Director’s Series 4: Nam Nai-Choi – The Ghost Snatchers & Killer’s Nocturne

Wong Jing and Stanley Fung vs. a skeleton and Chin Siu-ho vs. a kangaroo. Welcome to the continued treak through the wacky, violent world of Nam Nai-choi. In this episode: The Ghost Snatchers (1986) and Killer’s Nocturne (1987)

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Joey Wong bio/discussion
20m 13s – Stanley Fung bio/discussion
33m 35s – The Ghost Snatchers review
76m 17s – Alex Man bio/discussion
87m 25s – Pat Ha bio/discussion
94m 35s – Killer’s Nocturne review

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