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    ‘Legendary Weapons of China’ is one of the true classics of kung fu cinema, an epic filmed at Shaw Brothers by the great Lau Kar-leung. The film sees the members of Lau’s stock troupe of players, Lau Kar-wing, Kara Hui, Gordon Liu, Alexander Fu Sheng, Siu Hou, all vie with one another to steal the show. Lau Kar-leung himself plays a memorable role in the movie, and, for the finale, stages one of the greatest kung fu weapons duels ever committed to film.

    Reel East is proud to present this new feature-length commentary from Asian film expert Bey Logan, world-renowned film producer, Hong Kong cinema historian, author and long-time Hung Gar kung fu practitioner. Join Bey on a rainy afternoon in Hong Kong as he talks us through this true masterwork of the martial arts movie genre.

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy these insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    ‘Shanghai, Shanghai’, also known as ‘Shanghai Encounter’, brings together some of the brightest stars of 1980s Hong Kong cinema, including kung fu icons Yuen Biao and Sammo Hung.

    Reel East is proud to present this fact-packed feature-length commentary from director Teddy Robin and Asian cinema expert Bey Logan. From the hidden Reel East fortress  in Hong Kong, this dynamic duo delivers new facts, background and observations about a Hong Kong movie classic.

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy these insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    ‘Writing Kung Fu’, directed by 80s action icon Bolo Yeung, is a lost cult classic of Hong Kong cinema.

    Reel East is proud to present this fact-packed feature-length commentary from  Asian cinema expert Bey Logan and son Ryan. From the hidden Reel East fortress  in Hong Kong, this dynamic duo delivers new facts, background and observations about a Hong Kong movie classic.

    “If Sergio Leone, Ingmar Bergman and Monte Hellman made a grindhouse film together, it would look kind of like this…”Bey Logan

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy these insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    Audio book version now available! You can now sit back and listen!

    Purchase is available by each chapter/episode.

    For the first time, the life and work of The Little Dragon is examined from the unique perspective of a Hong Kong film-maker.

    Bruce Lee is the most famous Chinese man of all time, and remains the martial arts movie star by which all others are judged. As the years have passed, the Bruce Lee phenomenon has only grown in scale and luminosity, and his position as a global superstar remains unrivalled.

    Author Bey Logan, Hong Kong’s most famous expatriate film producer, screenwriter and movie historian shares a lifetime of insights into the Little Dragon. ‘Bruce Lee and I’ takes you back to glory days of Chinese cinema, and into the wonderful world of martial arts cinema that Lee inhabited.

    Drawing on countless interviews, personal experiences and endless research, Bey Logan offers a truly original view of the unique cultural phenomenon that is Bruce Lee.

    Now Reel East takes this unique volume to a new platform with our first audio book release!

    The Preface of ‘Bruce Lee and I’ is free to listen!

     

     

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    For the first time! Bruce Lee expert Bey Logan delivers a feature-length commentary on the ground-breaking documentary ‘Bruce Lee The Man and The Legend’

    Author, actor and film producer Bey Logan is  well known for his work as Hong Kong cinema’s pre-eminent commentarian, and has provided fact-filled, entertaining talk tracks for dozens of Asian actioners.

    Now he continues his long-awaited return to the mic, and on camera, with this exclusive series of original commentaries, in which YOU get to sit down and watch your favourite kung fu movie with insights from a true expert in the field!

    We continue our series with the 1973 documentary ‘Bruce Lee The Man and The Legend’. This Golden Harvest produced, feature length tribute actually began shooting during Lee’s funeral, and was released theatrically across Asia. Long shelved, it was later reissued on video after Bey located the documentary in the Media Asia  archive. This is the first time this unique collection of Little Dragon footage has been given a commentary.

     

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    Fun and fact-packed feature length audio commentary of the 1978 classic kung fu movie starring Hong Kong legend Jackie Chan!

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy Bey’s insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    ‘Drunken Master II’ is regarded as a true classic of the kung fu comedy genre. Directed by Lau Kar-leung and Jackie Chan, the film sees Jackie revive one of the roles that made him a superstar and Lau Sifu revisit the history of his own Hung Gar style.  ‘Drunken Master II’ brought the Wong Fei-hung mythology to a whole new audience.

    From his office and kung fu school in Hong Kong, Bey delivers new facts, background and observations about this bona fide genre classic.

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy Bey’s insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    ‘Enter the Dragon’ is the most widely seen martial arts movie of all time. A Warner Bros studio release, it introduced one of the greatest cultural icons of all time to a worldwide audience: Bruce Lee. Reel East is proud to present Bey Logan’s exclusive feature length commentary for this kung fu genre classic. From his hidden fortress in Hong Kong, Bey delivers new facts, background and observations about one of his favourite films of all time.

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy Bey’s insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    ‘Once Upon a Time in China’ is regarded as the most influential martial arts movies of its day. Directed by Tsui Hark, the film simultaneously revived kung fu cinema, the Wong Fei-hung mythology and the career of its star, Jet Li.

    From his office and kung fu school in Hong Kong, Bey delivers new facts, background and observations about this bona fide genre classic.

    These film commentaries were formerly only available as DVD/ Blu-ray bonus features, you can now enjoy Bey’s insights simply by playing the commentary while watching your own copy, existing copy or any copy of the movie, or even listen to it while driving, bathing or drinking. You will hear everything about the making of, film locations, history and origin of the story and kung fu style, and many more, about the film.

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    For the first time! A feature-length Bey Logan commentary on the Jackie Chan classic ‘Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow’!

    Bey Logan is a Hong Kong-based producer who has produced 26 films, acted in 22, written 15 and directed 1. His most famous projects include Jackie Chan’s ‘The Medallion’, Sammo Hung’s ‘Dragon Squad’, Donnie Yen’s ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny’ and Veronica Ngo’s ‘Furie’.

    Bey is equally well known for his work as Hong Kong cinema’s pre-eminent commentarian, and has provided fact-filled, entertaining talk tracks for dozens of Asian actioners.

    Now he returns to the mic for this exclusive series of original commentaries, in which YOU get to sit down and watch your favourite kung fu movie with insights from a true expert in the field!

    We start our series with “Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow”, a classic kung fu movie starring Jackie Chan. This was the film that made Jackie a star, and is actually one title for which Bey has NEVER recorded a commentary, making this an exclusive opportunity to get his thoughts and insights on this ground-breaking masterpiece of martial arts cinema.