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    September 14, 2014

    We were in Panera bread and I burped so bloody loud and couldn’t stop laughing.  God, there were old people everywhere, the acoustics were sublime.

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    reblogged: gutsanduppercuts


    September 12, 2014

    What bothers me the most is the decline of action stuntmen in Hong Kong. Due to the common accessibility of CGI in recent years no one does real action or real stunts like we used to film back in the Eighties. It’s kind of unwise, in my opinion, as you can never outgun Hollywood in terms of CGI technology but real action and stunts were always our forte, our winning streak. The action scenes in Full Alert are all real, and we shot them secretly without a shooting permit, right in the street. After my filming hiatus, I was reunited with my fellow stuntmen who all showed up with gray hair—many disappeared and are unreachable now. There are absolutely no newcomers. The new kids in the field play a different game now, they all rely on CG very heavily, and you’ve gotta admit that CGI is way different from an authentic action stunt. In Hong Kong film’s heyday, we made a brand name for our authentic, cutting edge action sequences — we were selling the sense of realism and the feeling of genuine danger, not computer graphics.
    —  film director, Ringo Lam (2014)
  3. September 11, 2014

    explaining how he almost ruined his life for the 1000th time

    (Source: ohparkjimin)

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    reblogged: jaundicejones


    September 11, 2014


    You know that strange noise you hear every night? Kind of like a loud metal rumble coming from underground?

    My contest entry for the Threadless 20k Design Challenge was approved for scoring! Do me a solid and give me 5/5! And don’t forget to reblog!

    Thanks in advance!!!

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    reblogged: sleepersanonymous


    September 8, 2014


    I thought these might be fun to post, since I already posted him yesterday. These are all Norman developmental sketches. His design had already been pretty worked out, but I was forced to do these for an assignment anyway. 

    SUBLIMEproper conceptsPROPERgreat
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    reblogged: naomiriam


    September 8, 2014


中秋節快樂 !! Happy Mid-Autumn Festival !!


    中秋節快樂 !! Happy Mid-Autumn Festival !!


    September 4, 2014

    "I’m waiting for the game to render a banana in my inventory."

    ihate this mario kartbut i play into the wee hours of dawnreal life
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    reblogged: naomiriam


    August 31, 2014


Ti Lung!!


    Ti Lung!!

    AAAAwhat is this froooomm????coolesteverrrwuxia
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    August 29, 2014

    You wanna celebrate, homeslices, you watch one of my favourite movies for me.

    人鬼蛇狐大決鬥 | Killer of Snake, Fox of Shaolin

    — Favourite ridiculous movie about a brilliant vixen spirit, vengeful cobra spirit, and bumbling Carter Wong hero.  Bonus is the laughable but mondo nostalgic dubbing.  TAKE HIM TO THE INNER SANCTUM.

    寒劍孤星斷腸花| Sword of Justice

    — The best swordplay/wuxia movie of all time — objectively and subjectively.  It’s incredible, addictive choreography, gorgeous cinematography, and an ideal representation of the knight errant.

    Or get your lazy self onto Netflix and watch that rad Tsui Hark wuxia Detective Dee.  Thank you, thank you, I send my love and respect~

    CELEBRATE WITH MEYEEEEESSSSSkiller of snake fox of shaolinsword of justice
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    reblogged: zombivish


    August 28, 2014


    4k restoration of DRAGON INN - playing for FREE @ TIFF. Of course it’s when i can’t go.

    I just have to hope that 

    1) the movie will be back at the Lightbox later next year.

    2) this means there will be a nice bluray also within the year so i can upgrade my “copy” of “dubious” providence and quality.

    holy cow yestime to upgrade from the bootleg