Posts Tagged ‘Wilson Yip’

Podcast On Fire 210: Bio Zombie & Dream Home

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With special co-host Camie Chance, Kenny B takes you back to Ip Man director Wilson Yip’s humble beginnings, where he made… a zombie-movie?! Hong Kong’s rare dip into the genres comes in the form of Bio Zombie.  Also in the second half, despite Stoo and crew having covered the movie before, we discuss Pang Ho-cheung’s holy crap is it gory/social commentary/black comedy Dream Home.

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Podcast On Fire 131: Over The Rainbow, Under The Skirt

From the backlog of backup shows as we’re all doing something else this week, Kenny B and Hong Kong Dave continue their coverage of the “Banana Ripening” series started in episode 127 with their review of Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday. This episode the sequel Over The Rainbow, Under The Skirt (1994) gets its due as Bo grows, possibly will get laid, learns lessons thanks to being a prick and tragedy strikes.

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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Podcast On Fire 128: Tom On Fire aka Handover to Blu?

After a well received trial run, Tom On Fire returns with Kenny B and Tom K-W discussing  Hong Kong cinema post-Handover and validness of home video format such as Blu Ray, dvd and laserdisc. Also included are network updates recapping this past week that included THREE podcasts including this one, fan mail, Tom’s views on Little Big Soldier, A Better Tomorrow 3 and more.

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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VCinema Episode 28: Origins, with Podcast On Fire guests Stoo and Ken

We had the pleasure and honor recently to be on the VCinema podcast to discuss our MOVIE origins. What got us onto the path of Asian movie fandom, leading into writing and podcasting etc? Join Coffin Jon, Josh, Stoo and Ken for 2 hours of FUN history. Click link below or image above to hear the show!

VCinema Episode 28: Origins

Dragon Tiger Gate (2006)

Plot: Dragon Tiger Gate is a martial arts school founded by two kung fu masters; Wong Jianglong (Yuen Wah) and Wong Fuhu. They teached martial arts to the public to stop them from being bullied from triad gangs. Wong Fuhu (to whom you never see) has two sons, Dragon Wong & Tiger Wong, the eldest being Dragon. When they were young Dragon is taken away from ‘the Gate’ by his mother to lead a peaceful and respectful life. Read the rest of this entry »

The Mummy, Aged 19 (2002)

Plot (Mei Ah): Tommy Luke (Chui Tien-You) applies to be the security of a mysterious villa, he asks his friends Nam (Wong Yue-Nam) and Pricilla (Tiffany Lee) to go with him. They discover that there is a thousand year old Egyptian Mummy placed under the basement. Tommy breaks the mummy accidentally. From the day after, Tommy recognizes that his body is being dried off and is turning into a mummy. Read the rest of this entry »

Flash Point (2007)

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Plot: Set in 1996, overly aggressive Cop – Ma (Donnie Yen) is involved in on going case against three Vietnamese triad brothers. In an attempt to bring down this powerful group, Ma’s partner Wilson (Louis Koo) works undercover as a snitch.

With years of loyalty between Wilson and the brothers he’s gained their trust. Although Wilson is growing tired of Ma’s brash attitude and finds his cover blown during a intense chase from the police. The sadistic Brother Tony (Colin Chou) drives down Wilson leaving him for dead.

Fast forward three months and Wilson is now a cripple but only to the effect of a limp. With the eldest Brother Archer behind bars with a court date set in stone, the remaining two brothers begin killing off all witnesses involved with the case and with Wilson inline as the next target, how long can Ma last before he risks every? Read the rest of this entry »

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