” From Eureka Entertainment – one of the best boutique home video labels – the Hong Kong action classic Time and Tide is the latest to experience a worthwhile and immaculate upgrade to Limited Edition Blu-ray
Just over a decade and a half after its original release, one of Van Damme’s best films from the early 2000s - Wake of Death - is in receipt of an action-packed, ultimate Special Edition Blu-ray release, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment.
Up there with the likes of John Woo and Ringo Lam, Johnnie To is one of the finest directors within Hong Kong cinema, and arguably the greatest of the post-Handover era (1997-present).
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi 20 years ago, the Lethal Weapon franchise had effectively died. In recent years, a reboot of Lethal Weapon, in the form of a TV series, has proved to be entertaining for some,... Continue Reading →
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi Beautifully restored in 2K, Yuen Woo-ping’s Iron Monkey is finally released on Blu-ray to be enjoyed again or discovered for the first time. This pre-Handover Hong Kong classic boasts a terrific story... Continue Reading →
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi In the 1990s, key practitioners and performers from the Hong Kong film industry were transitioning to the golden land of Hollywood – but why? The “Handover” was fast approaching and the film... Continue Reading →
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi The year is 1996 and Ringo Lam, Hong Kong’s second-biggest director of its famed Heroic Bloodshed era of glory and gore, had arrived in the USA to team up with Jean-Claude Van... Continue Reading →
In both academia and worldwide fandom, the American actress Cynthia Rothrock has been regarded as both the “Queen of Martial Arts” and the “Queen of Video”. https://www.instagram.com/p/BRZu65AB10r/?utm_source=ig_embed After a successful few years in mainstream Hong Kong action cinema, her time had come to be returned home and launched in the American market – this came in the... Continue Reading →
First presented in a sequence of attacks from an underground "death match", "Stingray" (real name: Paul Taylor) is the antagonist of the US-shot Hong Kong production, Undefeatable (Ho, 1993). "Stingray" is not only a skilled and deadly fighter; he is a psychotic wife beater. In an early scene, "Stingray" rapes his wife, which leads to her fleeing... Continue Reading →