MY 50 FAVOURITE FIGHTS OF HK CINEMA PART 3(Taiwanese productions are included. May include spoilers) IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDERMY YOUNG AUNTIE 1981
Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Hsiao Hou, Ching Chu
Lau Kar Leung, Hsiao Hou etc.
Wang Lung Wei, Kwan Yung Moon, Yuen Tak etc.
While the movie, as a whole, is a bit of an uneven mess of canto comedy, fancy dress-up and misguided musical numbers, there is no denying the quality of the action here. In particular, th...Read more
MY 50 FAVOURITE FIGHTS OF HK CINEMA PART 2(Taiwanese productions are included. May include spoilers) IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDERDUEL OF THE SEVEN TIGERS 1979
Action Director: Chan Siu Pang
Phillip Ko Fei
Tigers is, to me, the ultimate kung fu road movie. And at the end of the road on a rocky beach waits Phillip Ko Fei to kick the preverbial crap out of Cliff Lok. But what he doesn’t know is that Cliff has learned the combined skills of his disabled co...Read more
MY 50 FAVOURITE FIGHTS OF HK CINEMA PART 1
(Taiwanese productions are included. May include spoilers)
IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
KING BOXER 1972
Action Director: Lau Kar Wing, Chan Chuen
The stage is set as Chiu Hung’s bushido killer for hire character throws the greenlit, decapitated head of Gam Kei Chu in the dust at Lo Lieh’s feet. The dark, ominous tone provided by director Cheng Chang Ho, mixed...Read more
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THE YOUNG MASTERS from Germany, from their short film Shadow Plant.
This is fucking awesome! Serious old school choreo, with good camera work, and editing. This is the best amateur stuff i've seen so far. And waaaaaay better than a lot of professional movies of the last 20 years!
MY 15 FAVOURITE: KUNG FU MOVIE BAD GUYS"A kung fu movie is only as good as its main villain". I don't remember who said that, but it is really kind of true! So now I give you my 15 favourite actors, that portrayed all those evil bastards, in all those classics movies, so many moons ago.
aaaand were off....15: Tommy Lee Gam Ming
Taiwanese actor and action di...Read more
MY LOVELETTER TO HK CINEMAby Jay Lee As far back as I can remember, i've always loved movies... especially action movies. I was a kid in the 80's, raised on ROCKY, RAMBO, JAMES BOND, STAR WARS, INDIANA JONES and so on. But in between all that, there was kung fu movies, a whole world onto itself. A world I loved to watch, but didn't fully understand at the time. Sure, I understood the basic themes of revenge, honor, respect etc. And I understood and appreciated the beauty of the fight scenes. But as a little white kid f...Read more