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The Imp (1981) Movie Review

Director Dennis Yu’s “The Imp” is a Hong Kong horror film from the early 1980s, which comes with the heady...

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Seoul Raiders (2005) Movie Review

Jingle Ma’s “Seoul Raiders”, the sequel to his semi-hit “Tokyo Raiders”, is not so completely without merit that it finds...

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Night Corridor (2003) Movie Review

“Night Corridor” is a film which takes itself very seriously, striving for significance and desperately trying its best to convince...

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Leave me Alone (2004) Movie Review

“Leave me Alone” is Danny Pang’s companion piece to brother Oxide’s “Ab-normal Beauty”, the two films linked by a tragic...

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Distinctive (2002) Movie Review

In times like these, when Western cinema screens are plagued with vapid, money grabbing remakes of vastly superior Asian films,...

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Kung Fu Hustle (2005) Movie Review

There hasn’t been a more highly anticipated film in recent years than “Kung Fu Hustle”, the latest action/comedy offering from...

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Deadly Camp (1999) Movie Review

Along with the likes of “Bloody Beach” and “The Record”, “The Deadly Camp” is another Eastern take on that most...

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Devil Touch (2002) Movie Review

Director Billy Tang is best known for category III classics such as “Red to Kill” and “Dr. Lamb”, and since...

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Dr. Lamb (1992) Movie Review

“Dr. Lamb” is a classic of the category III genre, and one of its most influential, trailblazing films, which helped...

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A-1 (2004) Movie Review

“A-1″ proves my theory that any movie with Anthony Wong in a prominent role can’t possibly be bad. More old...

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Three: Extremes (2004) Movie Review

The release of the Asian horror anthology “Three…Extremes” on DVD comes as a bit of a dilemma to international moviegoers...

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2046 (2004) Movie Review

It’s always been one of my biggest regrets that I haven’t cultured myself sufficiently to the point where I can...

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The Longest Nite (1997) Movie Review

Hong Kong action films commonly have a strong moralistic streak, whether they are of the ‘heroic bloodshed’ genre typified by...

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Trilogy of Lust 2 (1996) Movie Review

It’s not easy championing Category III films, and trying to convince people of the entertainment value of exploitation shockers such...

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Suzhou River (2000) Movie Review

Following the global success of “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”, viewers in the West have witnessed a revived interest in the...

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