Posts Tagged ‘Podcast on Fire’
It continues, the epic chat between Ken and John Kreng and for the final 90 minutes we go over some minor tidbits about John’s upcoming movie projects, he looks back at writing his book Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue , there’s a detailed take on the impact of action directing in the West and how it’s used as storytelling. Tales of glass from Police Story is also provided before it’s time for ‘Make Ken Watch A Film’. It’s Sword Of Doom-time and the duo touches upon Japanese influence reaching Hong Kong and the anti-samurai stance of some classics. Finally, a PSA directed towards Stoo is included.
Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews). Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.
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As explained here, here are the details about the epic 3 HOUR benefit podcast we recorded back in March with a variety of participants. Available as a full podcast or divided into 3 parts, all we require from you is a donation receipt from for instance these charities: Red Cross (US/UK), Japan Society and Global Giving. Email in your receipts at podcastonfire [at] googlemail.com and you’ll get a major Asian cinema fix in a podcast containing:
Hour 1: Stoo, Ken and King Who do Last Movies Watched including Ip Man 2 and Ken chats with VCinema’s Coffin Jon and author/fight choreographer John Kreng.
Hour 2: Stoo, Ken, Phil Gillon of Eastern Film Fans and Mike Maley provides an aural love letter to Sammo Hung.
Hour 3: It’s What’s Korean Cinema? and a discussion of The Chaser featuring Stoo, Ken, Martin Cleary from New Korean Cinema, Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.
Plus if you’re a member of our forum located at http://www.podcastonfire.com/forum/, you’ll gain access to an additional 3 HOURS of content from the Benefit show recordings, Simply register and the content is yours!
Separated for long, Stoo picks up the Korean round-up ball as well as taking the throne of the only one who liked Storm Warriors. For Ken it’s back to the torture chamber, the land of girls unbuttoned and we go over our thoughts on censored Hong Kong movies that still remain classics to this day.
Ken’s note : Pardon the loud microphone on my end, the adjusting in Skype tends to be sensitve. Either too loud or too low.
Stoo and Ken rant, rave and hail the work of Edmond Pang Ho-cheung this week… again. Even before his latest movie Love In A Puff is out. While there is an Ekin Cheng question provideMikemetTsuiHarkwe are actually very honest his career then and now. Ranting, raving, hailing, bashing included. No deleted conversations this week but do join the fun on the forums. It’s very free and very painless to register.
Podcast On Fire 51: Casual-time, bullshit-time, nostalgia-time with Ken and Mike (and interactive Stoo)
It’s a dual attack by Ken and Mike (Stoo is present in a new interactive segement we’re testing out). Last movies watched contains very little love directed towards Wong Kar-Wai, Mike brings one piece of old news and one a lot more fresher and tips on where to get movies gets answered 2009-style! Times have changed…
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