Posted On:1/04/2013 10:26pm
Style: TKD/ BJJ/Kickboxing
I might be a few weeks late but two weeks into my tv guide and I see two showings of Late Night Kung Fu Theater. Hosted by the above "hottie". Her ultra cheesy quips are just as good as the classic Shaw Brothers films showcased. Unless you're an insomniac you'll need to set your dvr. Showtimes are 2 or 3am central depending on what fuel was running the previous Friday night. Enjoy and comeback to share your thoughts first of "Clan of the White Lotus.
Posted On:1/04/2013 10:49pm
I have the remastered import Celestial DVD. I've seen that movie over a dozen times. Lo Lieh is one of my favorite bad guys next to Hwang Jang Lee.
Of course, many people forget that his turn as a Hero, in "King Boxer," helped start the Kung fu craze in the U.S. Yep, even before Bruce Lee.
That link spoils the entire movie.
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Posted On:1/08/2013 8:29pm
Have only seen 45 minutes but will restart and watch all Friday. Drunken Kung Fu Fridays are my thing. So far so good really fun movie death by kung fu strike to the groin is always a hoot. Next up Marco Polo another good outing I had my reservations with a title like that but it was fun conspiracy laden kung fu action.
There's a time to learn, and a time to burn.
Posted On:1/09/2013 11:20am
Kelly Choi was the hostess...these are FuelTV reruns from the summer I believe.
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:1/09/2013 12:33pm
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
Posted On:1/09/2013 2:19pm
I'm in love. Kelly Choi could talk about anything, like thai food, and I would listen without listening.
Posted On:1/09/2013 7:12pm
Good lord is that Kelly and if so why does she look ten times hotter!
Posted On:1/12/2013 11:48pm
Now I can't lie I wasn't too excited about seeing a kung fu movie named after a white dude but it turned out okay. To my recollection the westerner was even shown in a positive light helping to solve a conspiracy against the emperor. Get ready next up The Magic Blade and we know some of the best kung fu movies involve super weapons.
Posted On:2/01/2013 9:17pm
The Magic Blade
Love the way he was the one armed swordsman in a lot of films even when he wasn't. It was fun when those peacock darts went off endless entertainment. Killer Clans was last week and I'll be watching it tonight. Well most of It out of a 2hr broadcast I usually make it to the hour and a half mark before the whiskey demands sleep.
Posted On:2/01/2013 9:24pm
Magic Blade is an early Wuxia film. It is different, but highly enjoyable. Remember, it is not typical chop socky Shaw Brothers. This is an old school movie that actually has the semblance of a good plot.
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