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"A podcast about nothing by two guys who think they know everything" Your hosts Jacob Nelson & Chase Smith discover new craft beer, whiskey, wine, hot sauce and hot topics(NOT THE CRAPPY SCENE-KID STORES)as they raise a little hell for the people.
 
Fellow Kooks unite to chat with surf experts about all things surfing. My vision for this podcast is to connect the surfing community; bring experts in for advice about surfing; give board reviews that actually apply to the average knockabout surfer; and, most importantly, provide a platform for awesome people to tell their story!
 
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Jet Li is a super soldier Kato lookalike in Hong Kong’s superhero actioner Black Mask. With Kenny B and Michael Scott of the Admins Undisputed podcast. Running Times: 00m 00s – Intro/Michael Scott interview 24m 40s – Black Mask background/box office/on director Daniel Lee/Taiwanese version 43m 03s – Black Mask review Contact the show via […]…
 
A podcast that originally was supposed to be on the Spectrum blu ray of Spacked Out, Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast discuss the Johnnie To produced Category III rated youth drama from director Lawrence Lau. Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, on our Facebook page and Facebook group or Twitter …
 
Sandwiched in between Young And Dangerous 5 and its concluding part Born To Be King, Andrew Lau and Manfred Wong take us back to the past Hung Hing boys. Played by other boys. It’s Young And Dangerous: The Prequel and as a send off to the coverage despite having no narrative connection to the universe, […]…
 
Our series on the films of Michael Wong comes to a close. Will he be Wong or Wrong? A trio of movies is up for review, starting with the Tsui Hark, Jean-Claude Van Damme visual treat that is Knock Off. Going from Hong Kong to Prague, Michael teams up with Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon for […]By Kenny B, Various
 
It’s Monkey Kung Fu, across Golden Harvest and Shaw Brothers in this entry of the Versus Series. First up, Sammo Hung’s 1979 kung fu comedy Knockabout starring Yuen Biao and from Shaw Brothers in the same year, John Law’s Monkey Kung Fu. Featuring in a rare starring role master action director and director Ching […]…
 
It’s the last adventure of the Hung Hing boys, in Born To Be King from 2000. Also that same year, perhaps as a way of making up for his absence in part 5, Chicken’s backstory gets revealed by the director of Portland Street Blues in Those Were The Days. With Kenny B and Paul Fox […]By Kenny B, Various
 
Chop Chop. Twice we watch Jimmy Wang Yu lose his arm as we are doing another entry in the Versus Series. He loses it for the first time in 1967’s One-Armed Swordsman at Shaw Brothers for director Chang Cheh and then again in 1972 as he directs himself in One-Armed Boxer. With Kenny B and […]By Kenny B, Various
 
It’s triad election time again, as orchestrated by Johnnie To and with Big Tony out of the way, it’s now Simon Yam vs Louis Koo in Election 2. Also, Coming To America Hong Kong style in the 1990 Chinese new Year comedy The Fun, The Luck And The Tycoon. With Kenny B and Kevin Ma […]By Kenny B, Various
 
Together with Kenny B, Phil G, Paul Fox and David Lam, Tom K-W hosts another Asian cinema trivia night as we say goodbye to the strange year that was 2020. Artwork courtesy of David Lam. Contact the show via email at podcastonfire at googlemail.com, on our Facebook page and Facebook group or Twitter (@podcastonfire, @sogoodreviews) and SUBSCRIBE to…
 
Michael Wong becomes part of Best Picture history at the Hong Kong Film Awards with Beast Cops. Also, he takes charge of his filmmaking destiny by directing a movie. On the hunt for VCD bootleggers and drug dealers, we discuss Miles Apart from 2000. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans. Contact […]…
 
Andy Lau takes on Ni Kuang’s creation, the adventurer Wesley in Andrew Lau’s The Wesley’s Mysterious File. Cue uncomfortable silence. Also to finish off the series on “the other Wisely films”, we take a look at A Tale From The East from 1990 where the creator plays his creation. With Kenny B, Paul Fox and […]…
 
Hong Kong’s Indiana Jones style adventurer Wisely has been featured on the big screen in movies such as The Seventh Curse and The Cat, both of which have been covered before on the network, but this time we’re diving deeper into the catalogue as we watch Sam Hui chase a dragon pearl in The Legend […]…
 
George Lazenby goes to Hong Kong. As does Hammer Films and in 1974 we got a pair up modern-day punch ups where Golden Harvest and Shaw Brothers opened their doors to overseas guests. The results were the George Lazenby starrer Stoner at Golden Harvest and Hammer and Shaw Brothers gave us Shatter. This is our […]…
 
The 5th entry in the Young And Dangerous triad saga appeared in 1998. So as the series and the Hung Hing boys grow older, how’s the quality at this point? Find out as we discuss Young And Dangerous 5. And in 1999, someone thought it would be a good idea to give greasy haired, nose […]By Kenny B, Various
 
It’s the emergence of Stone Wong, a role Michael Wong would be associated with and known for from this point in his career training Special Duties Unit cadets, fighting crimes and dealing with drama at home. It’s the cop soap opera era, arriving in the form of 1994’s The Final Option. Also, a Lantau Island […]…
 
Michelle Yeoh battles ex-soldiers turned vicious criminals, joins forces with a Japanese cop who wants out of the game and Michael Wong as Michael Wong either really likes buying flowers or desperately wants into the trousers of Michelle’s character. In the second episode in our series on Michael Wong’s career, we discuss and review David […]…
 
Johnnie To’s stable of Milkyway players and crew deliver the first in an epic saga about the rigid rules and regulations in a triad election. It still means deception, betrayal, violence in 2005’s Election. But in the first half, another Hong Kong cinema action star tries to make his mark in Hollywood. Jet Li gets […]…
 
Continuing the Versus Series, lined up for review is Golden Harvest’s 1973 Angela Mao movie When Taekwondo Strikes. She might take your head off, fighting on the side of the Korean people against the Japanese. Also, in Heroes Of The East, Lau Kar-Leung depicts Chinese versus Japanese martial arts in a more nuanced and friendly […]…
 
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