Sunday, April 25, 2010


(Double-dipping from my other blog, Kung Fu Fridays, but this has good sleaze crossover value)

If you missed the world premiere at the Undine Far East Film Festival and are in the NYC area, be sure to check out Pang Ho-Cheung's Dream Home, easily the bloodiest film in the line-up at the Tribeca Film Festival.

It's a gruesome throwback to the Category 3 films of the early 90s that had social commentary on local HK issues buried amongst the sleaze and the violence. Starring Josie Ho (Exiled) the film has stand-out brutal set pieces choreographed by one of my favourite, if not one of the most underrated HK stunt people, Chin Kar-lok. I got to see a very rough version of this last summer and was impressed, but am curious to know how the new cut is following a legal battle regarding editing between the director and his actress/producer Josie Ho. It plays tonight and has more screenings throughout the week.

I have embedded the trailer (via Twitch) below.

Sun, Apr 25, 10:00PM - SVA Theater 2
Mon, Apr 26, 9:30PM - Village East Cinema 6
Tue, Apr 27, 9:30PM - Village East Cinema 6
Fri, Apr 30, 11:45PM - Village East Cinema 2

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