Posts Tagged ‘Teddy Robin Kwan’

Podcast On Fire 248: All The Wrong Clues (For The Right Solution) & Boat People

So here we are… ready to rip apart another actor akin to what we did with Alan Tam. But we judged his filmography fairly ultimately and that’s what we’re going to do across a number of episodes for George Lam as well. Dubbed The George Lam Defaming Sessions where we determine if he’s Lam Or Lame. First up, Tsui Hark pits George Lam and Teddy Robin against each other in Cinema City’s wild comedy All The Wrong Clues (For The Right Solution) and Ann Hui finishes off her examination of Vietnam in Boat People. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.

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Podcast On Fire 163: The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin & Gallants

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Along with guest Mike Maley, Kenny B and Tom K-W pay tribute to the late, great Lau Kar-leung by reviewing one of his most iconic classics The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin as well as the old school tribute/redemption story Gallants from 2010.

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The Director’s Series 9: Kirk Wong – The Club & Lifeline Express

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So our next subject for The Director’s Series is picked and with a short but interesting, nasty and explosive filmography, including one very different movie in Hollywood for him, it’s time to do Kirk Wong Chi-keung justice. Hear Kenny B and Tom K-W start with his debut in triad and Michael Chan Wai-man territory called The Club (1981) and follow with the Kent Cheng and Teddy Robin horror-comedy Lifeline Express.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Kirk wong  bio/discussion
14m 40s – Michael chan bio/discussion
20m 57s – The Club review
57m 28s – Kent Cheng bio/discussion
67m 15s – Teddy Robin bio/discussion
72m 10s – Lifeline Express review

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