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Friday, May 8

Movie review: Sweet Alibis

A dead poodle, chocolate bar, and a bag of methamphetamine form the basis for the goofy cop comedy Sweet Alibis, which is a decent film, if totally unremarkable besides the fact that it is indeed a goofy comedy instead of the dour melodrama one tends to expect from modern Taiwanese cinema.

Full review here

Thursday, May 7

Upcoming DVD/VOD release: Cross

Well GO USA is bringing Cross to DVD and video on demand June 23rd. The film stars Simon Yam as Lee Leung, a man devastated by his wife’s suicide who decides to save as many souls as he can by killing suicidal people before they do it themselves. Well Go's release will be uncut and in the original language.

The DVD is available for pre-order at Amazon.

Saturday, May 2

Movie review: The Man with the Iron Fists 2

Though the first film was not a huge hit by any means, it has become a cult favorite, so perhaps it was inevitable that a sequel would come out. This time, the release went straight to home video. Often, that is not indicative of a film's quality or entertainment factor, but here, it seems to fit the bill.

Full review here

Sunday, April 26

Movie review: Kung Fu Jungle

Donnie Yen stomps his way back on to the big screen with Kung Fu Jungle, which is being brought out theatrically by Well Go USA in select American cities under the title Kung Fu Killer. For fans of Yen's work, this is most definitely a release worth heading to the local multiplex to check out.

Full review here

Friday, April 24

Movie review: Five Shaolin Masters

Even the greatest auteurs will have a few misfires in their cinematic canons, and Chang Cheh is no exception. His 1974 film Five Shaolin Masters is not a truly bad film by any stretch of the imagination, but it feels like it is just going through the motions, which is especially disappointing considering the cast and crew involved.

Full review here

Friday, April 17

Movie review: Vengeance of an Assassin

Panna Rittikrai, the man who is regarded as being the one responsible for bringing Tony Jaa to the attention of the west via the Ong Bak films, made his last contribution behind the lens before his passing with Vengeance of an Assassin, a film that is dumb as they come, but delivers the goods for action junkies.

Full review here

Tuesday, April 14

Upcoming release: The Taking of Tiger Mountain

Legendary director Tsui Hark returns with The Taking of Tiger Mountain, which is being released on June 2 by Well Go USA. The film, which is based on Qu Bo’s novel Tracks in the Snowy Forest, stars Zhang Hanyu and Tony Leung Ka-Fai. Well Go's version is uncut, running at 143 minutes, and bonus materials include interviews with Tsui and the cast. The DVD and Blu-ray are available for pre-order at Amazon. The film will also be on video on demand outlets.

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