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Robin-B-Hood, Mulan & Robo-Geisha Release info!

Trying to keep up to date with our latest slew of releases from Cine-Asia.

First up we have Robin-B-Hood from the Cine-Asia/Dragon Dynasty label. Robin-B-Hood will be released as a two-disc DVD (£17.99) and single-disc Blu-ray (£24.99) by Cine Asia on 24th May 2010. Special Features include: ‘Crashing The Hood’ with star and action director Jackie Chan; ‘The Hand That Mocks The Cradle’ with director Benny Chan; ‘Baby Boomer’ with co-star Conroy Chan; ‘Playtime For Adults’ – on the set of Robin-B-Hood; ‘Robin-B-Hood – An Original Making Of’; trailer; Dolby Digital Cantonese 5.1 and English 5.1 audio options (DVD); DTS HD MA English 5.1 and DTS HD MA Cantonese 5.1 audio options (Blu-ray); optional English Subtitles.

On the 7th June we are given the release of Robo-Geisha released from the Cine-Asia Extreme Label. This horror (I mean it looks f**king awful) will be released on DVD (£15.99) and Blu-ray (£24.99). Special Features include: DTS HD Master Audio Japanese 4.0 Audio Track (Blu-ray only); Dolby Digital Japanese 2.0 Audio Track; optional English Subtitles; Trailer Gallery; Original Trailer.

Now many details have surfaced at the moment, but Cine-Asia will release Mulan: Warrior Princess the latest effort from Jingle Ma starring Vicky Zhao and Jaycce Chan. Mulan will be released on 21st June 2010 on DVD and Blu-Ray.

Future UK DVD Releases, you lucky people! (March – June)

I think the UK Market for Asian Cinema is best, it has ever been.  So we’ve received plenty of Press Releases over the past couple of weeks about some of the great movies coming out. So here’s a run down of films we can expect to see in store over the next few months. Read the rest of this entry »

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