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The Avenging Eagle (1978)

Admittedly, I know just a few superficial facts about the famed studio from Hong Kong known world wide as the Shaw Brothers. Flash the logo in front of me and I think of the movies that would play on station Buffalo 29 that was picked up locally here in Canada while growing up. 633 fler ord

Daily Take

A wuxia curio: The Delightful Forest (Chang Cheh & Hsueh Li Pao, 1972)

The Delightful Forest is a Shaw Brothers wuxia film that probably won’t win over anyone new to such things. It’s one of several movies the studio made based on the epic Chinese story… 432 fler ord



After the smash box office success of A Better Tomorrow (1986) in its native country of Hong Kong and other Asian territories, the film’s producer Tsui Hark convinced its director John Woo to quickly crank out a sequel imaginatively titled… 1 533 fler ord

Film Review

Week 26: Flying Fists and Shining Swords - speaking of Shaw Bros.

Formed way back in the days of silent film, two of the four Shaw brothers (Run Run and Runme to be precise) turned an unspectacular business concern into the greatest of all Asian action film companies! 140 fler ord

Weird Scenes Inside The Goldmine Podcast

Ti Lung

Rare Photo of legendary Ti Lung how practiced Wing Chun on Mook Yan Jong (wooden dummy)

Wing Chun

Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon (2008)

I’m not a great reviewer, hell I don’t even pretend to be a reviewer.  I don’t know the first thing about movies other than what I like and what I don’t like.   431 fler ord

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