Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 53, 56 and 57 with Stoo, Kenny B, John Kreng, James Aylmore, Paul Loudon and Mike Banner from 2009, this collection feature tangents and outtakes involving John dropping inspiration, some foul language that Ken requested, last movies watched involves Ip Man and dramatic turns from Chingmy Yau. The gang also talks beloved Korean cinema and Mike Banner looks forward to the then pending Ong Bak 2 on the big screen.
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It continues, the epic chat between Ken and John Kreng and for the final 90 minutes we go over some minor tidbits about John’s upcoming movie projects, he looks back at writing his book Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue , there’s a detailed take on the impact of action directing in the West and how it’s used as storytelling. Tales of glass from Police Story is also provided before it’s time for ‘Make Ken Watch A Film’. It’s Sword Of Doom-time and the duo touches upon Japanese influence reaching Hong Kong and the anti-samurai stance of some classics. Finally, a PSA directed towards Stoo is included.
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We’ve reached another pivotal point in Jackie’s career, the 90s, and the decade that would define his worldwide status to a HUGE degree. Featuring a focus on specifically Drunken Master II and Rumble In The Bronx, Stoo and Ken are also joined by action actor, fight choreographer and action director Chris Jones (http://www.chrisjonesaction.co.uk/) throughout the show. Also interspersed into various parts of the show are contributions from fellow podcasts VCinema, East Screen/West Screen, Joey Leung of Terracotta Distribution plus past guests Brian Kirby (http://www.briankirby.net/) and author John Kreng who all share their thoughts on favourite Jackie Chan movie of the 90s.
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Fight choreographer and author John Kreng drops by in the conclusion to our Kaiju-themed Japan On Fire. A laid back chat between him and Ken covers a bit of the technical side to the action in the monster movies, John’s love for 70s grindhouse, B-movies, what makes martial acting and why not discuss a bit of RoboCop while we’re also at it.
KEN’S EDIT:Excuse my misidentification of who does the stunt in No Regret, No Return. It’s apparently Sam Wong (who fought Jackie at the beginning of Police Story III).
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Japan On Fire 4 (part 1 out of MANY!) turns mighty as we now take on the giant monsters known as Kaiju! Hear discussions on Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah the movie DESTROY ALL MONSTERS and faucets from the trio of Ken, Stoo and Mike as well as special guests Brian Kirby, Ronald Strong, August Ragone and John Kreng. Read More
Coming up on the mighty Podcast On Fire, Ken confesses he knows TOO much about filthy Hong Kong cinema, Stoo is too stupid to get the love for French cinema evident in Johnnie To’s Sparrow and we pay our respect to late cult hero of the Hong Kong cinema screens, Shing Fui-on Also featuring the second part of Stoo’s marvellous interview with John Kreng that offers up among other things his defense of The Master, why it took so long to release and the respective takes on action choreography when done in East vs. the West.