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Yes August is here and there are no signs of us slowing down here, Having just recently attended the London Hyper Japan show (feature live on site now) , we get ready for the next big feature where be doing, of course before then there be new reviews of films new and old and a couple of features you might enjoy..
The where be getting ready for the Seni show in London ,this year in association with the Strength and Combat show being held at London's Soccer Dome , a venue which after the event will be closed.
So enjoy our new features and don't forget to check the news stream for the latest snip bits.
Content Media's Recent Release of Web series Street Fighter 'Assassins Fist' gave the fans what they have wanted for years, A true depiction in live action of there heroes. No poor effects,Unconnected story lines or directors,Producers or actors that don't give a damn about the content.
''Assassins Fist'' is pure Street Fighter by people that love the video game series, Real action,stunning effects and stunts,a story to get lost in and in all that it captures the spirit of the martial arts and the legendary game series . Street Fighter just got real.
Where keep adding new trailers as we find them ,so this will be updated periodically
From the 1st of June 2014 to October ,the BFI on London's Southbank will be show casing a expansive and shall we say a ludicrous amount of Chinese cinema ,not just from Hong Kong but Taiwan and the Mainland to. Starting in June with some very rare classics the five month festival will focus on alternate genres over each of the months.
July sees the Gangsters,Swords and fights sections with such classics being shown as Shaw's classic ''The One Armed Swordsman, Yuen Woo Ping's ''Drunken Master'' with Jackie Chan as well as the later Drunken Master 2 aka Legend of the Drunken Master.
Bruce Lee gets a look in with ''Fist of Fury'' and Jet Li and Donnie Yen with ''Once Upon in China '' parts 1 and 2.
There is a also a early Wong Fei Hong film from 1949 with Kwan Tak Hing who went on to play the part for some seventy films.
August onwards have not been listed as of yet but for more info visit the BFI website at http://www.bfi.org.uk/china