Posts Tagged ‘Terracotta Distribution’
Don’t ask why, but this is relaxing compared to what’s happening in the world nowadays.
London’s burning and Stoo is panicking! Facebook and Twitter have been a buzz with the news that our good friends (and friends of the podcast) Joey Terracotta of TERRACOTTA DISTRIBUTION (http://terracottadistribution.com/) and Adam Torel of THIRD WINDOW FILMS (http://thirdwindowfilms.com/) had stock that was destroyed when the Sony warehouse burned down in Enfield during the riots! This is affecting their respective businesses greatly but WE can help!
Logging onto websites such as MUBI.com that holds large parts of Joey’s and Adam’s catalogue and make use of thier Video On Demand service is one way you can help (a full list of these movies can be found a NEW KOREAN CINEMA .com). Also see below releated links. Thank you everybody! Let’s help some friends!
Stoo and Ken do a quick Last Movies Watched before the festival season takes over with a recap of the 2011 Terracotta Far East Film Festival (http://terracottafestival.com/) as told by the main man himself Joey Terracotta, Phil Newton of the Chris and Phil Present – The Ultimate Movie Podcast (http://www.chrisandphilpresent.co.uk/) and Paul Quinn from Hangul Celluloid (http://www.hangulcelluloid.com/).
Show running times:
00m 00s-26m 57s – Intro/Last Moives Watched
27m 04s-38m 44s – Phil Newton interview
38m 45s-62m 32s – Joey Leung interview
62m 36s-END – Paul Quinn Terracotta recap
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The grand finale to our Jackie Chan Season sees Stoo and Ken, with various degrees of pleasantness, tackle New Police Story and Little Big Soldier in detail. Also, Joey Leung of Terracotta Distribution stops by for a chat about Little Big Soldier, the process of premiering it at the 2010 Terracotta Far East Film Festival and we answer the question, what does the future hold for Jackie Chan?
If you’re one of our lucky forum members, you’re also treated to a lengthy extra discussion on Shinjuku Incident but it doesn’t take a lot to be AS lucky as those members. Just visit http://www.podcastonfire.com/forum/ and a short, FREE registration later will get you to this meaty extra as well as countless others!
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Joey Terracotta has been busy working on Terracotta Distributions latest title; Big Tits Zombie. The Prince Charles Cinema in London are holding the first 3D UK Screening of the movie! If the title doesnt explain enough here’s the plot;
Five bored strippers, working in a quiet club, stumble across a secret passageway in their dressing room, leading to the basement and The Well of the Dead and The Book of the Dead.
They read the incantations from the book out loud and unknowingly, unleash the army of the Undead on the world! Armed with swords and chainsaws and their kick-ass fighting moves, only THEY can stop the zombie army now!
All the details regarding the first screening are on Facebook (direct link). Joey has been a gem and sent us some exclusive screen caps from the movie, to view these images click -> Read the rest of this entry »
Terracotta Distribution are set to release an epic slice of Japanese VCinema (aka straight to video movies) in the form of “Big Tits Zombie” aka “The Big Tits Dragon: Hot Spring Zombies vs Strippers 5“. The DVD is set for release 11 October 2010 at £14.99
Not many details have been released at the minute, but I can expect to see some busty lass’s fighting Zombies with Chainsaws! Not for the faint of heart! Anyway in the meantime have a slaver at the DVD artwork. Read the rest of this entry »
Terracotta Distribution at set to release Yang Ik-June’s “Breathless” in theaters across the United Kingdom in January 2010. The blurb that came with the press kit;
The winner of numerous international film awards in 2009, including the Tiger Award at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, the Jury Prize for Best Film and Best Male Performance at Montreal’s Fant-Asia Film Festival and the Best Film award and Critics’ Prize at the Deauville Asian Film Festival, the debut feature from South Korean writer-director and star Yang Ik-june, BREATHLESS is a brutal, uncompromising and profanity-filled look at the cause and effect of domestic violence. Out in cinemas nationwide from 29th January 2010
Giving a stunning performance in the film’s lead role, Yang Ik-june stars as Sang-hoon, a deeply troubled man prone to violent outbursts, who freelances as a hired thug at his friend’s debt collecting firm. His private life revolves around his extremely strained relationship with his ex-convict father, who was directly responsible for the tragic breakdown of their family, and a slightly more subdued, but still difficult, connection with his stepsister and her young son.
Seemingly possessed by the pent-up rage caused by the domestic events from his past, Sang-hoon finds an opportunity for salvation when he encounters a similarly emotionally damaged schoolgirl ((Kot-bi Kim), who is as foul-mouthed, headstrong and fearless as he is. The two begin an offbeat and touching friendship, not realising that their lives are already connected in ways that will have a profound effect on both their fates.
For those interested in this, here is the link to the teaser trailer; Click Here To me, I really didn’t think much of that teaser, but Terracotta have released good dramas in the past, for example the excellent; God Man Dog.