Posts Tagged ‘Taiwan’

Taiwan Noir 21: Magic Of Spell & Magic Warriors

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We return to the universe of Peach Boy, as played by a woman, as portrayed by Taiwanese children’s fantasy filmmakers who knew a thing or two about pace, energy, special effects free for all creativity etc. And face-pissing. Hear us try and break down what makes the ‘Child Of Peach’ sequel Magic Of Spell so special. And in the second half we look at sooooort of a spirited cousin of these movies without it being a sequel: The energetic Magic Warriors.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Magic of Spell review
43m 00s – Magic Warriors review

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Taiwan Noir 20: The Child Of Peach

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Grabbing an icon from Japanese folklore and putting a Taiwan reefer madness spin on it, this is the type of fantasy with exploding heads, tiny cocks and dangerous fire stunts filmmakers gave to their young audience. Plus creepy peach puppet in the 1987’s fantasy spectacle The Child Of Peach.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Momotaro/Peach Boy background
22m 23s – Actress Lin Shao-luo and director Chen Chun-liang discussion
36m 32s – The Child Of Peach review

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The Golden Ninja Podcast 8: Ninja The Protector & Majestic Thunderbolt

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Double crossing, doubt and destruction wreck havoc on innocent lives. An evil ninja challenges a righteous ninja. One man takes on a whole gang. He’s no ordinary man.

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Podcast On Fire 200: The Big 200

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Well, well, well… we’ve reached episode 200 and thank you for listening and supporting the show! We came up with an innovative idea for the celebration: WE’RE GONNA REVIEW MOVIES!  With Kenny B and many of the co-hosts of the network, across 4 hours and several separate recordings you’ll essentially get all network shows in one. Enjoy!

Running times:
00m 00s – Stoo and Tom K-W
60m 58s – Phil G
81m 32s – The Great Lord Joshua Regal
122m 16s – Coffin Jon
154m 17s – Paul Fox
199m 57s – Dr. Lam

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Taiwan Noir 19: Feng Shen Bang

tn19The tale of a Chinese protection deity isn’t as dry as it may sound as the story has cinematic colours galore so we’re taking a look at one such literary adaptation from Taiwan: Feng Shen Bang.

EDIT – Unfortunately there are three instances of unexplained audiodropouts at these points in the show: 11.26-11.32, 12.30-12.36 and 52. 53-52. 57. Many apologies for this.

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/Na Cha literary and movie background
24m 18s – Feng Shen Bang review

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Taiwan Noir 18: The Big Calamity

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General Guan Yu battles aliens from Mars. Interested yet?

This slowly more widespread 1976 movie The Big Calamity (aka War God) is an event unlike any other from Taiwan. An event that sparks giddiness in even non fans of the men in suits smashing buildings and battling other man in suits-movies. Taiwan was a little Kaiju-engine that could

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Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/The Big Calamity production background/Taiwan Kaiju through the ages
42m 00s – Chen Hung-min bio/discussion
51m 58s – General Guan Yau background
58m 18s – The Big Calamity review

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Taiwan Noir 17: Requital & Hunting List

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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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