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Tag: Ray Lui

Taiwan Noir 17: Requital & Hunting List


Taiwanese heroic gore-shed time and welcome gain to the wonderful world of Taiwan movie buff and expert at putting entire scenes or entire movies in his movies: Chu Yen-ping. This episode, we talk of him dipping his toe into State Of Grace while also remaking it nearly fully and that work comes in the form of 1992’s Requital and 1994’s Hunting List.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Chu Yen-ping bio/discussion
38m 34s – Requital review
82m 22s – Ray Lui bio/discussion
88m 35s – Hunting List review

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The Director’s Series 10: Kirk Wong – Flash Future Kung Fu


A good director’s output could/should come off as versatile, refusing to be slotted into the expected and easily sorted folder. It seems Kirk Wong after opening more traditionally with The Club thought like this as evident in his horror-comedy Lifeline Express that we covered last episode. But we track back to movie number two, the special mind/genre-bender Flash Future Kung Fu from 1983 for this second installment of The Director’s Series on Kirk Wong. Joining Kenny B and Tom K-W and Sylvia Rorem of The Heroic Sisterhood – The Ladies’ Asian Action Cinema Appreciation Society to discuss what’s left of Kirk’s multi-nominated vision of the future.

Thanks to Henrik Andersson for help with cleaning up the audio!

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Running Times:
14m 10s – Johnny Wang bio/discussion
27m 05s – Eddy Ko bio/discussion
35m 10s – Ray Lui bio/discussion
52m 18s – Flash Future Kung Fu review

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