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The Dragon Lives Again – aka: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu – aka: Li san jiao wei zhen di yu men (1977)

Roosevelt There’s so many shades of awesomeness in this movie I’m not sure where to begin. OK, some history. After the death of Bruce Lee there was born an entire new sub-genre of exploitation: Brucesploitation. Yes, that’s right, people started making … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad, The Weird (aka: Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom)

Tecamac de Felipe Villanueva The movie starts with The Weird being given a map and being told to deliver it. We then see The Good being asked to get the map (unbeknown to The Weird) and later The Bad enters the fray, also looking for this mystical map. The map, you see, is a treasure map to riches beyond their wildest dreams, or that’s what they assume.

http://acorncentre.co.uk/2019/08/27/free-course-for-charities-and-cics/?unapproved=35 Next we see a bird of prey following an old fashioned steam train. The cinematography here is stunning. Beautiful colours, gorgeous scenery and the camera flying from side to side (of the train) almost as if following the bird.

Then all hell breaks loose. Continue reading

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