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East Screen / West Screen #19 – Chinese New Year Special 2010

It’s Chinese New Year, and that means it’s time for family gatherings, red envelopes full of cash, and movies, movies , movies.  After a week long feast of new films, Kevin and I talk about the latest holiday features from Hong Kong.  [Also in a bit of domain grabbing news, I managed to get ahold of so if you have a particular hatred of the hyphen, you no longer need fear visiting the site.  We can also be accessed via just in case you have a thing against .coms 😉 ]



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Running Time (01:03:43)

East Screen / West Screen #18 – Confucius says, ‘Watch my movie!’

Well, we are back.  Having survived mixer madness and found a more stable solution, the ES/WS podcast lives again.  While the month long break has likely meant that any regular listeners have scattered to the infinite winds of alternative online media, Kevin and I hope to once again produce the show on a regular basis.  This week as I work out the production kinks and settings of the new mixer (Mackie Profx8) we keep the show short with a discussion of Chow Yun Fat’s Confucius.  We also spend a few moments giving some video recommendations to help get into the Chinese New Year spirit.

East Screen:

Confucius (HK/China – 2010)

Chinese New Year recommendations:

All’s Well, Ends Well (HK – 1992)

Fat Choi Spirit (HK – 2002)

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Running Time (00:33:47)

East Screen / West Screen #17 – Holidaze

the-storm-warriors simple_noodle_story Twilight New Moon

Back after a whirlwind holiday in the US, it’s time to catch up on a bunch of the films that Kevin and I have been viewing over the holiday.  With this being the last episode of 2009, we have an extra long show to look at the biggest holiday films in both Hong Kong and Hollywood.


Storm Warriors (HK 2009)

Bodyguards and Assassins (HK/China 2009)

A Simple Noodle Story (China 2009)


Twilight: New Moon (US 2009)

Avatar (US 2009)

Sherlock Holmes (UK/US 2009)

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Running Time (01:24:41)