Posts Tagged ‘Simon Yam’

This Week In Sleaze 33: Tightie Whitie Theatre – The Twist & Crazy Love For You

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Let’s talk some fucking justice…Danny Lee style. It’s one of the fascinations of Danny Lee’s cop movies, Cat III or not, when he clearly muses on how justice is achieved, how information is squeezed out of suspects and there’s probably half a dozen movies where he or his OCTB gang are pretty much torturing their victims. Be it in Organized Crime & Triad Bureau, The Untold Story and here in his own directed The Twist where Simon Yam gets the hose.  Also, Simon Yam is a nutter, psycho AND stalker in Crazy Love For You where he may or may not get his dicky shot off.

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This Week In Sleaze 13: Brother of Darkness & Run And Kill

Billy Tang’s legendary Category III run is concluded in this episode with an in-depth look at domestic abuse and hellish, downwards spirals in Brother Of Darkness and Run And Kill. Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal are also joined by one of the New York Asian Film Festival founding members and co-directors, blogger  and author Grady Hendrix.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Grady interview
29m 15s – Hugo Ng & Lily Chung bio/discussion
38m 10s – William Ho bio/discussion
45m 50s – Brother Of Darkness review
73m 35s – Kent Cheng bio/discussion
79m 55s – Run And Kill review

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Podcast On Fire 140: Milkyway Treasures FINALE – A Hero Never Dies, Running Out Of Time & The Mission

Bringing the Milkyway Treasures to a close, Kenny B and Tom K-W have a big Johnnie To-90s-A-Thon with A Hero Never Dies, Running Out Of Time and The Mission.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/A Hero Never Dies Review
41m 27s – Running Out Of Time Review
71m 43s – The Mission Review

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Podcast On Fire 137: Milkyway Treasures –The Longest Nite & Expect The Unexpected

Scary violence, iconic actors and cinematic cool, Milkyway might not have been thriving financially but definitely cinematically! Kenny B is at hand to give his take The Longest Nite and Expect The Unexpected therefore. For those of you who want thoughts on the ending of the latter, stay after the sign off and end music for a few extra minutes. Also featuring mentions of the NEW show One Armed Podcast and the new Podcast On Fire Network release scheudle.

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This Week In Sleaze 8: Raped By An Angel

Two men, a striking English tite and a view from both the Hong Kong and Taiwan side, for this episode Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal absorb all that is Andrew Lau’s Raped By An Angel.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Andrew Lau
44m 05s – Mark Cheng
52m 45s – Wong Jing/Chingmy Yau/Simon Yam
69m 35s – Raped By An Angel review

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Podcast On Fire 126: Bloody Friday

 

Ken is rockin’ out at the Sweden Rock Festival but was rockin’ the mic solo earlier in the week to give you this POF quickie. Covering the network releases of the week and what’s been done recently, up for review is Danny Go’s underrated Hong Kong thriller Bloody Friday (1996) starring Simon Yam.

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Podcast On Fire 116: Insanity

Kenny B and Hong Kong Dave share the network updates, enemas and asses (Japanese cinema of course) and our feature review is nutzoid time with Simon Yam, aka Insanity!

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