Posts Tagged ‘Young and Dangerous’

Podcast On Fire 141: Easily Amused

From the sharp mind of Master Stoo:

I’m  spinning the podcast in a different direction for episode 141! Kevin Smith always encourages people to sit down with people that they find interesting and record a podcast. So I dialed up my best man Andy Walker and our discussion spirals out of control as a consequence! Hear our tangents on George Lucas, Scooby Doo, wresting, Fred Willard, spoilers of Dark Knight Rises (don’t worry, I’ve reversed the audio) and more. If you fear the lack of Asian cinema discussion, don’t worry. We discuss several Jet Li movies ranging from Fearless (a discussion that you won’t hear anywhere else) to Flying Swords Of Dragon Gate (in 3-DEE!), the upcoming remake of Young and Dangerous  and brief chatters on Triad and Thieves (what DO you call Korean triads?).

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Jade Screen Vol. 7 Issue 6 *New Look*

We got hit up a yesterday with the brand spanking new look to Jade Screen Magazine! Pretty pretty right? (Click here for Enlarge Image) Jade Screen is the bi-monthly Asian Action Magazine! Augusts issue is draped with Andy Lau from Detective Dee with interviews with both Andy Lau and Tsui Hark.

There is also a Young and Dangerous article penned by yours truly! NO! Not Ken! He’s no even watched it yet! If you read my Young and Dangerous article from Impact Magazine back in 2007, this is a updated re-written version, sort of; Young and Dangerous article 2.0!

They’ve also covered Sex and Zen 3D and it’s arrival to UK Shore this September! Can’t wait, right?

The Magazine costs £3.95 and can be found in all good newsagants (and some shit ones!) or you can buy it directly from Jade-Screen.Com

Young and Dangerous: Hung Hing in depth…

This is hopefully the first Young & Dangerous article to those who haven’t the slightest clue about this amazing series of table tossing triads and reoccurring nemeses. Yes everything from triad lackey Chan Ho-Nam to the legendary nose picker – Tai Fai is explained here. Read the rest of this entry »

Podcast on Fire 46: The re-launch of Shaw Brothers dvd’s in Hong Kong… horse crap or dreams come true?

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The Magnificent Trio does need to discuss Silverhawk a little bit but rightfully time is spent on the only vaguely official announcement that Shaw Brothers movies are hitting dvd in Hong Kong again. With a list that will wet anyone’s appetite, is it safe to assume this boner-inducing list of movies will produce actual dvd releases? Mike also recommends a lot of Mainland Chinese Martial arts and a lot of movies in general while Stoo gets a title to go with his supreme Young And Dangerous-knowledge. Acronyms are fun.

Podcast On Fire 41: The Troublesome God Of Gamblers goes to a birthday party at Guanshan part 12 – The Prequel

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The Magnificent Trio gather up to tackle the subject of Hong Kong sequels upon sequels upon prequels but it’s not all bad or long running as you’ll find out. The Stoo re-introduces the banned list (but with a healthy twist) while Big Brother watches and were you thinking of buying Jackie Chan endorsed merchandise? Listen to what Mike has to say about it first in this week’s top… 7. Read the rest of this entry »

Born to be King (2000)

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The last in the Young & Dangerous series and boy is it a treat!

Chicken (Jordan Chan) has chosen from the San Luen Gang to marry the daughter of the head Japanese Yamada Gang. The gang is lead by ‘The Director’ Isako Kusaraki (Sonny Chiba). With this married this will sealed a strong friendship between San Luen and The Yamada Societies. Read the rest of this entry »

Young and Dangerous (1996)

Personal Thought: Spawned from the ever so popular manga comic’s is the story of a group of rebellious teenagers who decide to choose the bad way to life. The consists of; Chan Ho-Nam (Ekin Cheng), Chicken (Jordan Chan), Pou-Pan (Jerry Lamb), Chou-Pan (played by Jason Chu) and Dan Tin Yee (Michael Tse).

After the strong beating by the leader of the group, Kwan (Francis Ng), Chan Ho-Nam and his friends decides to follow Brother Bee of the Hing Hung group (aka The Triads). Ten Years on Ho-Nam and his friends are a force not to be reckoned with, because they are the young and dangerous! Read the rest of this entry »

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