Tagged: peter chan ho-sun
And here we get into the gross part of the list. Films 60-41 are mostly some of the most gratuitous, goriest horror films I’ve ever seen. Why I love these films I have no idea, but at the halfway mark of the list, it’s about time things get a little messy, don’t you agree?
My favorite 30 new-to-me watches of 2015.
Set during the Manchurian rule of the Qing Dynasty, the Empire had set up an assassination squad known as the Guillotines set to kill anyone who dared to oppose the Emperor.
With lyrics by Vincent Fang and music by Jay Chou, Chris Lee delivers the song Cold Blade (刀锋偏冷) to promote her upcoming film The Guillotines (血滴子), directed by Andrew Lau.
Comrades: Almost a Love Story is a love story (it really is, it’s not an almost). However, the story almost adds elements that take you to the precise time and place alongside these people, who stop being characters from a movie and become real people.
Wu Xia infuses the martial arts genre film with fresh air, something Donnie Yen has been attributed for the past couple of years with every film he’s been releasing.
Peter Chan’s latest film Wu Xia stars Donnie Yen as a martial arts expert with a dark past, who’s trying to start anew.