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RIP - Sonny Chiba

RIP man like #SonnyChiba. Entered the universe this time last year and still missed

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Zatoichi vs Predator - Short Film

Enjoy monster films? You'll love our kaiju and horror collection Producer/Screenplay/Director : JUNYA OKABE Sci-fi historical film [fictitious film trailer] This is a fictitious sci-fi film trailer produced as a nonprofit fan movie, based on a Japanese historical film, or jidaigeki, which does not actually exist. Please enjoy watching it. http://www.zvp.jp/ Production : Blast Inc. www.blast.jp Special release: The Making of "ZVP". https://youtu.be/Y8an9v-fFak

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Donnie Yen Interview on Collider

If you’re a fan of Donnie Yen and want to hear him share some fantastic behind-the-scenes stories about his life, career, and the way he changed his priorities from focusing on directing action to being a better actor, you’re going to be very happy.

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How Sammo Hung Mixed Crude Comedy and Authentic Martial Arts

Mixing comedy and kung fu – humour and violence – could be considered a strange idea, and some kung fu comedies work better than others. The two films which popularised the genre, Snake in The Eagle’s Shadow (1978) and Drunken Master (1978), poked gentle fun at the kung fu itself and were amusing as a result. Others, like The Prodigal Son (1979) and The Magnificent Butcher (1981) – the former directed by Sammo Hung Kam Bo, the latter featuring Hung as an actor – simply intersperse full-on combat scenes with corny humour, and the jokes often detract from the action....

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Films Which Helped Define Hong Kong Before 1997

Our friends Hong-Kong Blu-Ray curated a list of films which helped define the booming Hong-Kong cinema industry before the 1997 handover.

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