Search Results

Special ID (2013)

Special ID (2013)

Being a fan of Hong Kong action flicks living in the English-speaking world has a downside not found in most fandoms. Specifically, reading negative reviews online for a movie you’ve been heavily anticipating can make the wait to see it (which, in our case, is already a prolonged one to start with) that much more ...

READ MORE +

Interview with Cody Hackman

Interview with Cody Hackman

Cody Hackman has spent most of his life in the world of martial arts, whether training, competing, or performing. Cody began perfecting the art of karate when he first walked into a local Canadian dojo at the age of eight and has never let one single challenge or obstacle stand in his way. Since then, he’s become a 5 ...

READ MORE +

Interview with Silvio Simac, Part 2

Interview with Silvio Simac, Part 2

In part two of our extensive interview with Silvio Simac, he goes into a lot more depth and detail, candidly talking about training, nutrition and more as we uncover what really makes him tick. If you missed part one from yesterday you can read it here. Before we get started, here's a little warm-up video for you! ...

READ MORE +

The Man with the Iron Fists (2012)

The Man with the Iron Fists (2012)

There's some good news and some bad news. The good news is that "The Man with the Iron Fists" is a sincere love-letter to the Shaw Brothers’ martial arts films that guys like the RZA grew up loving, and it is, for the most part, a decent send-up to the genre ala "Kill Bill". The bad news is that it's not the instant ...

READ MORE +

My Lucky Stars (1985)

My Lucky Stars (1985)

The three Peking Opera brothers star in another of their classic group of movies. The second in the Lucky Stars franchise after Winners and Sinners. Filled with hefty doses of gags, genuinely slapstick action and a comedic supporting cast. Here we examine just how good this ensemble cast really is! Cast There is a ...

READ MORE +

Drunken Tai Chi (1984)

Drunken Tai Chi (1984)

by guest contributor Simon Rogg Donnie Yen has risen to become one of Hong Kong’s biggest action stars, but if you want to know where it all began or simply fancy a dose of classic kung fu action, you should definitely check out Donnie’s first foray onto big screen action care of: Drunken Tai Chi! Released in ...

READ MORE +
Kung-fu Kingdom