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Richard Ng

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 51: Members Only Archive Dusted #22

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 77 with Stewart Sutherland, Mike Maley and James Aylmore from 2010. This collection feature tangents and outtakes out of our second Jackie Chan special where we talk Sammo Hung’s treatment of women, the good and the bad from …

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Podcast On Fire 206: The Dynasty Report – Rigor Mortis & Aberdeen

A young, debut director brings back faces of Hong Kong-horror of yesteryear for a celebration/making something new and visionary without being retro. How does Juno Mak’s Rigor Mortis therefore fare? And after gory times in Dream Home, Pang Ho-cheung gears down for the family drama that is Abderdeen. Hear Paul Fox and Dr. Lam submit a …

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The Director’s Series 17: David Chiang – The Wrong Couples

For the next episode examining the career of martial arts superstar turned director David Chiang, the name of the game is still letting his chosen veterans act but letting one of them display a rarely seen dramatic side: Namely Richard Ng. With Kenny and Tom K-W. Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, on …

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The Director’s Series 16: David Chiang – Mr. Handsome

We continue analyzing the filmography of martial arts superstar turned director David Chiang and past wacky Wuxia parody and comedy slasher hybrids, we find Chiang in a latter 80s half of Hong Kong cinema. Producing frequently and more even-termpered as he lets Bill Tung and Lydia Shum mostly lead his straightly made frames. If that’s …

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The Director’s Series 15: David Chiang – The Legend Of The Owl & Heaven Can Help

We continue looking at martial arts super star turned director David Chiang’s directorial output and post his stay at Shaw Brothers and entering a new decade, frame got livelier, darker and weirder. Spoofing Western and Eastern genre content and providing us with a gloomy, dark comedy about reversing your fate, David Chiang starts playing a …

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