Posts Tagged ‘This Week In Sleaze’

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 121: The Mad-Cold Blooded Murder

Going in solo this week, Kenny B discusses recent This Week In Sleaze developments and feelings nearing the debut of the Taiwan Noir podcast. Main review of the week is the dubbed version of Albert Law’s The Mad-Cold Blooded Murder and I say dubbed because something was a Lettle bit different compared to the subtitled print…

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook page , Facebook group (NEW) or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to our iTunes feed. Music courtesy of Brian Kirby (http://briankirby.net) whose awesome clothing line you can find at http://www.shelflifeclothing.com/.

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Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze 9: Red To Kill (The You Tube Edition… kind of)

Billy Tang’s vile and acclaimed rape-shocker gets the Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze treatment as both Sleazy K/Kenneth Brorsson, King Who? and the Innoncent One, Stewart Sutherland lets the commentary booth run red!

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Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze 9: Red To Kill (1994)

Billy Tang’s vile and acclaimed rape-shocker gets the Commentary On Fire/This Week In Sleaze treatment as both Sleazy K/Kenneth Brorsson, King Who? and the Innoncent One, Stewart Sutherland let the commentary booth run red!

Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, via our forum (containing EXCLUSIVE content and announcements!), Facebook or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews).

This Week In Sleaze 2 – Dr. Lamb & Hong Kong Butcher

Sleazy K and King Who? return with a self-indulgent sequel that does deserve it’s 2 hour + running time. Discussing the 1990s trend of true life crime horror flicks bearing the III, on hand are discussions on the real life serial killer that inspired Dr. Lamb and Hong Kong Butcher. Coincidentally, those are are also the movies up for discussion and review. Stay until the end as well when K and Who? let their inner sleaze out in Last Sleazy Movies Watched!

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This Week In Sleaze 1 – Meet your hosts and history time

You knew it was coming… it was bound to happen! Ken dones the Sleazy K persona for this hopefully long running series of shows focusing on Hong Kong (s)exploitation through the ages! Inviting a new host onto the Podcast On Fire Network to handle this assault of sleaze, nudity and gore is fellow Category III fan King Who? (master of the Bullets Over Chinatown blog) who in this first episode give you all a basic history lesson about the ratings system in Hong Kong as well as talking Last Sleazy Movies watched!

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