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The Place for All Your Asian Cinema Needs!

Hong-Kong BluRays is a channel that exists to give Hong Kong movie lovers a place to see reviews of Hong Kong movies released on the Bluray format. Reviews will be short and sweet, spoiler free and will cover the quality of the disc release itself.

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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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Lady - Short Film

Lady. She walks the city streets, not to save or help others, but rid those who have done her wrong. She isn't a hero nor an anti-hero, she is simply just a lady.

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Battle of Brothers - Short Film

So, a few weeks ago we interviewed Therese Chen, the producer and member of Silver Harvest, the production team behind Dragon of The Law, the kung-fu super-cop short film. She spoke about the team working on a new film and guest what? Here it is, another jaw-dropping banger.

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Terracotta’s Classic Kung-Fu Collection

Looking for something different this Christmas as a stocking filler or to add to the collection? Then why not check out these classic kung-fu films The Shanghai 13  There aren’t too many kung-fu films like Shanghai 13, if you are to be truthfully honest, where you forget you’re watching a kung-fu film, because you get caught up in the plot of the story, in this case it’s a cat and mouse espionage thriller.  Even though you know how it ends, as you’ve seen it before, it still gives you a feeling of what if it doesn’t work out this time?...

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