Posts Tagged ‘The Imprisoned’

The Golden Ninja Podcast 15: Golden Ninja Warrior & Death Code Ninja

A dramatic attempt to steal the the golden ninja warrior. Women fighting each other in scenes of breathtaking violence. A gang of bloodthirsty thieves tries to outdo the forces of justice. Ninja supremacy in the fight against evil and tyranny.

Running times:
00m 00ws – Intro/Golden Ninja Warrior review.
52m 42s – Mike Abbott biography/Death Code Ninja source movie background.
66m 42s – Death Code Ninja review.

Ken’s note: I mention Mike Abbott is in A Better Tomorrow. This is incorrect as he’s in A Better Tomorrow II.

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Taiwan Noir 6: The Imprisoned & The Devil

Episode title does sound like a kickass movie but they are in fact two separate Taiwanese experiences containing massive amounts of whipping, forcefeeding, fake crocs, magic trees, puss filled boils, spells and actors hired because they said yes to putting all manner of disgusting things in their mouths. In the Last Taiwanese Movies Watched segment, John Charles tries to figure out Jackie And Bruce To The Rescue and Kenny B is afraid of Jack Kao in Midnight Revenge.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/The Imprisoned background/Chester Wang bio/discussion
27m 25s – The Imprisoned review
48m 48s – The Devil review
62m 35s – Last Taiwanese Movies Watched

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