Saturday, June 11, 2011

Pardon Me While I Whip These Laserdiscs Out!

CHINA DOLLS, starring Amy Yip.  One of the 'Yipteases' in this film is a baby suckling one of Yip's fake boobs.  Lucky baby!
LADIES KILLER is a 1992 CAT III goodie starring Carrie Ng Ka-lai, Rena Otomo, and Melvin Wong Gam-san.  Check out my poster HERE.
THE JAIL OF NO RETURN is a Hugo Ng Doi-yung opus.  This one is a favorite of John Charles.


Conan Lee Yuen-ba's debut, NINJA IN THE DRAGON'S DEN.
UNDERGROUND JUDGEMENT (1994)
Kick ass sorta sequel starring Yukari Oshima and unknown 'philipino' actor (1).

Little mentioned comedy co-written by Jacob Cheung Chi-leung starring Simon Loui Yu-yeng, Elvis Tsui Kam-kong, and the wonderful Victor Wong Chi-keung.
The lovely Cindy Yip Sin-yi stars in this nice little CAT III thriller scripted by Shaw Bros. starlet (and Gallant) Siu Yam-yam.  Directed by Lam Yee-hung.
This is the 1992 version with Lily Lee Lee-lee (I love saying her name) and directed/scripted/starring Bruce Le.
Another pic directed by CAT III maven Lam Yee-hung.  I reviewed LOVE BIRDS here.
The 738th HK film to have the word 'Fatal' in it's title, this nice nasty stars Charlie Cho Cha-lee!
The Brothers Chin star in this cool little Thailand set actioner with Michiko Nishiwaki and Carrie Ng Ka-lai.  This wondeful oddity contains full frontal transvestite nudity!?  Good times!  No, seriously.  This movie is a lot of fun.
Herman Yau Lai-to and Anthony Wong Chau-sang together again in COP IMAGE.
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Getting sick of this yet?  I hope not?  I have a bunch more to post!

4 comments:

  1. Not sick at all Kingwho? keep them coming, well maybe a little sick I couldn't get the stash but only a little!

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  2. I love ALL Hugo Ng movies! Really, I do. Every single one of 'em.

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  3. haha Thanks AHND! Just posted some more!

    John, I know your love for Hugo knows no bounds and you wish you were Lily Chung for just one day =D

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  4. Ha!

    Netflix Canada streaming is finally available via my Blu-ray player and their HK section is predictably tiny. What is one of the handful of HK films we get? MILLENNIUM DRAGON. Jesus Christ!

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