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If you ignore the lurid pictures of naked women covered with snakes and spiders on the box, “Naked Poison” may...

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Suburb Murder (1992) Movie Review

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At one point in time, after the disgraceful “High Risk”, writer/ producer/ director/ seamstress Wong Jing was at the very...

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Running at a breezy 80 minutes (that is, if you don’t count the extensive John Woo-ish slow motion that makes...

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Heat Team (2004) Movie Review

You certainly wouldn’t mistake Dante Lam’s “Heat Team” to be anything of substance. It’s basically too much style-over-everything, with a...

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With just 3 films in his oeuvre (“Double Tap” and “Inner Senses” being the other two), director Chi-Leung Law is...

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Lost in Time (2003) Movie Review

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Silver Hawk (2004) Movie Review

If you picked up Michelle Yeoh’s “Silver Hawk” expecting something serious, then you’re out of luck. The movie, directed by...

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