Film Review: Five Deadly Venoms (1978) by Chang Cheh

One of the most venerated titles in their filmography, the Shaw Brothers studios hit a pop-culture high with this engaging kung-fu masterpiece. Featuring director Chang Cheh at the top of his game and ...

The Son Season 2 Episode 3 Review: The Blind Tiger

In The Son season 2, episode 3, the McCullough pulls the tail of “The Blind Tiger.” This The Son review contains spoilers. The Son Season 2 Episode 3 In The Son, season 2, episode 3, "The Blind ...

WWE Raw: April 29th 2019 – Results & Review

Welcome to this weeks review of WWE Raw, which emanates from the University of Kentucky and looks to be building towards this years Money in the Bank Pay Per View on May 19th! I’m Phil and I’m ...

The 43rd Hong Kong International Film Festival Filmmaker in Focus: Sammo Hung

16 January 2019 (Hong Kong) – Legendary action master Sammo Hung is the 43rd Hong Kong International Film Festival’s Filmmaker in Focus, it was announced today. This is a well-deserved recognition ...

God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Matthew 621

How do you help a dead guy? That's what Miles, Cara, and Rakesh tried to figure out on God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8. The God account could have easily suggested Alfie Collins instead of the ...

Kamasi Washington, Ry Cooder, Marc Ribot Bring the Heat to Montreal Jazz Festival

Kamasi Washington, Ry Cooder, Marc Ribot Bring the Heat to Montreal Jazz Festival Attendees of the 39th annual Montreal International Jazz Festival likely all had a familiar refrain in mind: the heat is on. The fest, which runs June 28 to July 7, faced summer temperatures well into ...

Lam Ching Ying: Gone But Not Forgotten

Selected Filmography: Magnificent Butcher The Prodigal Son Mr.Vampire School On Fire Painted Faces Exorcist Master During the mid 1990’s, I happened to stumble across a kung fu movie called ...