Your number one source for Asian Action films and jokes about the perils of Hong Kong stuntmen!
The whole crew watches the 2005 Japanese fantasy action film. The directorial debut of Yûji Shimomura, mostly known for action choreography and starring Tak Sakaguchi and the awesome hair of Kentaro Seagal.
A Hero Never Dies/Chan sam ying hung
Johnny To's 1998 triad ballad to downtrodden mob employees and the perils of having poor workers compensation entitlements. Starring a super charasmatic snakeskin wearing Sean Lau and ice cool Leon Lai, this is tragicomic bro-mance at its finest. It doesn't always hit where it aims but it will still maim you.
Demon Slayer: Mugen Train
Mike, Sam and Nathan watch the biggest movie of 2020, Mugen Train for Ani-May.
Mugen Train, Directed by Haruo Sotozaki sees our young Demon Slayer Tanjiro board a train with Hashira Rengoku in order to slay the demon hiding within.
Peacock King/Hung cheuk wong ji
Overcome the forces of The Hell King in this 1989 Yuen Biao Blockbuster, the Peacock King! Featuring incredible stop motion monsters and electric martial arts with the indomitable Gordon Liu - unleash your magic monk!
Wheels On Meals
Whacky Jackie fights the Jet! 1984's Wheels On Meals brings you one of the most iconic fight scenes in martial arts movie history.
Directed like a demon by a Jheri Curled Sammo and with plenty of fan service from the buff brother from another mother Yuen Biao, we at the AAC salute this masterpiece.
Iron Angels 2
Iron Angels 2, or Angels 2, or Tian Shi Xing Dong II Zhi Huo Feng Kuang long or apparently Iron Madam 2 in some territories.
The 1988 sequel sees the Angels take down a small army in Malaysia. Directed by Stanley Tong and starring Moon Lee, Elaine Lui and Alex Fong.