A kung fu novel was found written of the walls of an abandoned apartment. How outsider art is that?
“Nothing is easy when a man loves a ghost woman.” Not even for animated men in Tsui Harks Chinese Ghost Story: The Animation. (Keith’s piece also has a pretty thorough retrospective of Tsui Hark’s career).
The New York Asian Film Festival wants to help you escape joblessness, global pandemics and despair. Why don’t you let it? (Info here).
Beggar So is back, laying out some drunken style justice. And this time he’s Chiu Man-Chuk (aka, Vincent Zhao Wen-Zhou) in Yuen Woo-Ping’s True Legend. Wanna look?
It’s a sad time for fan of martial arts and Shaw Bros. Filmmaker Ho Meng-Hua has died. Ho started in the 1950s at Cathay studios, but his wuxia and kaiju work at Shaw Bros. Studios is probably more familiar to most fans. He directed Cheng Pei-Pei and Lo […]
Shih Kien has died at 96. He was 61 when he played the villainous Mr. Han opposite Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon. By then he’d played Villain Kin opposite Kwan Tak-Hing’s Wong Fei-Hung and various villains threatening Connie Chan Po-Chu and Josephine Siao Fong-Fong for decades. Make […]