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The Karate Kid meets the fans at London Film and Comic Con

Posted by THE SNAKE on October 24, 2014 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Yes last weekend was the London Film and Comic Con and Karate Kid star Ralph Macchio atended both days to meet and greet the fans . Star of the famous trilogy (which recently got a remake back in 2010 with Jackie Chan and Jadan Smith ) seems not to have aged other then maybe being a little heavier.And by the way he will be 53 on November 4th.

But Ralph Macchio also starred in other classics like ''CrossRoads''My Cousin Vinney'' and Distant Thunder which where all well known at their time of release.

You can not beat the classics and the 1984 classic Karate Kid is a iconic film which has many fans.




Ralph Macchio at London Film and Comic Con on October the 19th 2014 at Earls Court 2 in London.




Where have some more stills of  the Karate Kid in our special look at the trilogy  ,as soon as i find those video tapes , i might have to transfer them first to DVD to make viewing easier.

Watch this space -

The Divine Move screening at London Korean Film Festival

Posted by THE SNAKE on October 14, 2014 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Another film screening at the 9th London Korean film festival is ''The Divine Move'' with Jung Woo-sung and directed by Jo Bum-gu. A revenge film where a man gets revenge for his brothers death ,which he himself was framed for.




Back with another film at the festival tomorrow.

9th London Korean Film Festival starts 6th November

Posted by THE SNAKE on October 13, 2014 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

The 9th London Korean Film Festival kicks of on the 6th November at the Odeon West End with a gala screening of Kundo-Age of Rampant directed by Yoon Jong-bin and starring Ha Jung Woo and Kang Dong- Won.


Set in the Joseon dynasty it surrounds a power struggle between outlaws and Noblemen. If you like your cinema evolving around history and past times this looks set to please.



Another film showing is Cold Eyes, a modern day  crime thriller which stars Sol Kyung-gu who was in attendence at last years festival for his film Hope.





More on the films at the festival tomorrow.


Donnie Yen and Michelle Bai woow the crowds at Kung Fu Jungle World Premiere

Posted by THE SNAKE on October 13, 2014 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Donnie Yen ,Michelle Bai and Director Teddy Chen where in attendence for the World Premiere of Teddy Chen's new film Kung Fu Jungle  starring Donnie Yen , Wang Baiqiang and Michelle Bai in London town on Sunday.

Our review and feature is live on this very site now.. just look in the sidebar for the link.





The Karate Kid is coming to London in October

Posted by THE SNAKE on September 29, 2014 at 6:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Fans of the original Karate Kid films are in for a treat when the Karate Kid himself lands in London for the London Film and Comic Winter show at Earls Court 2 on the weekend of 18th and 19th October 2014.

So if you want to get that autograph ,or photo or both ,then visit the show site and book those tickets.

here's the link

London film and Comic Con Winter 2014




Gary Daniels , Misfire out on region 2 DVD October

Posted by THE SNAKE on September 29, 2014 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Gary Daniels ahs a new film coming to region 2 DVD in October . His latest action fest is ''MISFIRE'', Daniels plays Cole a DEA agent  who goes searching for his ex wife , a journalist that he beleives has been abducted by a Cartel in Mexico.


Should be good .. review soon.


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Live Now our Hwang Jung Lee & Scott Adkins at Eastern Heroes feature

Posted by THE SNAKE on September 28, 2014 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Just a quickie to let you all know our site feature on the Eastern Heroes weekend at Seni 2014 at London's Soccer Dome is up on site now.

 Loads of photo's of Master Hwang Jung Lee in the UK, Scoot Adkins and the Hwang Jung Lee seminar. 

click here to view.



The White Haired Witch at BFI London Film Festival

Posted by THE SNAKE on September 23, 2014 at 8:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Another film worth catching at the London Film Festival is the new film from Jacob Cheung , starring Fan Bing Bing ,Huang Xaoming, and Vincent Zhao aka Zhao Wen Zhao aka Chui Man Cheuk. A retelling of a classic story with Stephen Tung responsible for the action .


If you like your Martial arts with lots of Fantasy and beautiful looking women , then you must see ''The White Haired Witch from Luner Kingdom'' .



 The film screens on the weekend of 18th and 19th of October , there's two screenings and one has nearly sold out , while the other is filling up nicley . So you better be quick if you want to see the film on the big screen , or your have to wait for the  DVD or Bluray.

More BFI London Film Festival news tomorrow.

Donnie Yen in UK for Kung Fu Jungle World Premier

Posted by THE SNAKE on September 23, 2014 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Yes You read that right folks , Donnie Yen is coming to the UK for the World Premier of his new film ''Kung Fu Jungle''  arranged by the BFI for this years London Film Festival , Kung Fu Jungle will be one of the highlights of this years  festival which is showcasing  more then 200 films during October.


Kung Fu Jungle is a return to hardcore action for Donnie after appearing in ''The Monkey King '' and Iceman Cometh 3D , two films we still have to catch up with to review on site.


Accompanying Donnie Yen will be Director Teddy Chen ( Bodyguards and Assassins)  and actress Michelle Bai.


The Date of the premeir is Sunday October 12th at the Empire Leicester Square , but chances of getting tickets now are sparse as as soon as it was announced tickets where selling like hotcakes as fan sites and social networks found out.


But if your around London on the 12th October and want to grab a peak of Donnie Yen on the Red Carpet in London ,then head on down to Leicester Square and you never know you may bump into Donnie if your lucky.

Where bring you more news about the festival shortly as their showing some other films that may be of interest to our readers.



Thai Stunt Legend and Tony Jaa's Mentor Panna Rittikrai passes

Posted by THE SNAKE on July 22, 2014 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

It was with shock that the news came about Thai action legend ,stuntman,Action Choreographer and Director Panna Rittikirai passing at the weekend at the age of just 53..


Star of many films in Thailand in the 80's and 90's Panna went on to define the way films are made in Thailand.  He directed his first film 1984 ,''Gerd Ma Lui'' which is actually the original to the film ''Born to Fight ' from 2004 ,which Panna also directed.


Of course Most of us in the West will know him for the  showstopping film Ong Bak (2003) where he was the action director , directing his student and friend Tony Jaa. He went on to action direct Tom Yum Goong,Mecury Man and Born to Fight.


After that he gave us Jeeja Yanin Vismitananda in Chocolate , another showstopping film with full on action..

In 2006 he starred alongside Thai action hero Dan Chupong in Dynamite Warrior ,giving a full on performance as the bad guy who fights Dan Chupong at the end of the movie.


Well be doing a small feature page on the late Master Rittikrai ,where where look at some of the films he set the world alight with.. It's quite hard in the West to source the earlier films .But where do the best we can to honor him..


Panna Riitikrai passed away on July 19th 2014. He was taken ill last November with Liver disease.  It was later found that he also had a Brain Tumour ..


R.I.P Master Rittikrai



Panna Rittikrai as the Black Wizard  in 2006 film  Dynamite Warrior

aka Khon Fai Bin


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