BEY’S BLOG

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February 29, 2008

WHEN WEAPONS COLLIDE : Kea Wong meets some ‘Heroes Of The East’ and matches wood and steel with the best.

Our impending DVD release of the Shaw Bros classic Heroes Of The East afforded me yet another opportunity to put my faithful sidekick Kea Wong in peril. (Just wait ‘til we release Story Of Riki…) Kea,...MORE ›

February 28, 2008

THE WING CHUN CONNECTION : How Yip Man’s art adds impact to kung fu cinema.

This year’s Mandarin Films summer dinner saw the company announced its latest martial arts epic, ‘Yip Man’. The film tells the story of a legendary master of the Wing Chun style. This unique form...MORE ›

February 27, 2008

THE SAMMO CONNECTION : Hanging with Hung at the ‘Fatal Move’ premiere.

It’s great to see the face and name of Sammo Hung back on billboards across Hong Kong, as Fatal Move, the new gangster thriller from director Dennis Law, reigns at the top of the local box office. Law’s...MORE ›

February 26, 2008

AUDIBLE ‘INVISIBLE TARGET’: In the studio for a manic audio commentary session.

After all these years of doing audio commentaries for Asian DVDs, fans still ask me ‘Hey, motor mouth, why don’t you do them with the actual directors and stars?’ The main reason for this is that,...MORE ›

February 25, 2008

GOLDEN YEARS : The luminous legacy of Raymond Chow.

On our ongoing mission to bring you the very best of current and classic Asian action, we make every effort to track down the talent concerned and get first-hand stories of their creation. Though we may...MORE ›

February 24, 2008

HERO OF THE EAST : Hung Kuen legend Lam Cho turns 98.

His back is ramrod straight, his forearms hard as wound steel, he can still walk, talk and laugh. If ever a man exemplified the benefits of lifelong kung fu training, it’s Lam Cho. Lam is the nephew...MORE ›

February 23, 2008

Meeting the Maestro : Talking ‘Heroes Of The East’ with Lau Kar-leung.

There’s a lot to be said for the old adage that you should never meet your heroes, though, in my own case, I’ve generally been lucky. In person, my idols have exceeded my expectations. The more I’ve...MORE ›

February 02, 2008

‘CHOCOLATE’ UNWRAPPED : At the premiere of a new Thai action classic.

Sometimes actually getting to a movie premiere can be almost as exciting as the film itself. Take the first night of the new Thai actioner Chocolate. It was a rainy night in Bangkok, and traffic was backed...MORE ›

February 02, 2008

A TASTE OF ‘CHOCOLATE’ : On location for the latest Thai action classic.

I’m about to fly to Bangkok for the premiere of Chocolate, the latest martial arts actioner from Thai genre film powerhouse Prachya Pinkaew and his Baa-Ram-Ewe Productions. Prachya may not yet be a household...MORE ›

MEET THE HOST: BEY LOGAN

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Read about Bey Logan and find out what made him a legend in the world of martial art cinema.


British-born Bey Logan began his professional career as a magazine writer and editor, editing the martial arts magazine Combat for five years before launching... MORE ›


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