His name is Chow. Stephen Chow. Comedy-star turned director takes aim at the global phenomenon that is the James Bond franchise, with sprinklings of his personal comedy-stylings in From Beijing With Love from 1994. Kenny B, Paul Fox and Kevin Ma discusses the film’s impact, political satire and why it could never be made today. Read More
Kenny B and Paul Quinn discuss a trio of recent Korean films that can be found on streaming or digital, on blu ray, and on the cinema screens: Project Wolf Hunting, Midnight and The Moon.
Mr. Super Happy Fun Guy Tsui Hark has entered the chat and gives us the most nihilistic film of his career. With Kenny B and Michael Scott of the Action For Everyone podcast. Read More
True life Hong Kong crime on film is a staple of Category III film but often in a grisly manner. Serial killers, rapists, cannibalism, that sort of thing. But crime comes in different forms and in this episode we take a look at the kidnapping case of businessman Teddy Wang. A story adapted into a Jackie Chan film but also into a cheapo Wong Jing film: Kidnap Of Wong Chak Fai. With Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal. Read More