Enter the Invincible Hero

What's the latest and hottest rare kung fu out there?
Monkeygift
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Enter the Invincible Hero

Postby Monkeygift » Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:31 am

Straight from the Houndslow Team vault!

Enter the Invincible Hero (Dragon Lee, Casanova Wong) original Korean RAW and exclusive cut has been found

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Postby Monkeygift » Mon Jun 10, 2013 11:01 am

The print is slightly widescreen compared with the DVD available. However, the colors are really a mess... lots of restoration is needed there.

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If there is demand for this, we might consider releasing it with English subs (no dubsubs).

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Postby Monkeygift » Mon Jun 10, 2013 12:08 pm

Yeah I know, you are right.

Even Phantom Thief so far didn't get much excitement...

Oh well! maybe the end is near for rare Kung Fu films?

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Postby Monkeygift » Mon Jun 10, 2013 12:42 pm

Yes, it's a bit sad.

But I'm still puzzled as WHY this only happens with the Kung Fu community? It would have been a big deal (with the cult and horror crowd) if that film was a horror film.

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Enter the Invincible Hero

Postby pollypolly » Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:22 pm

[Quote=Monkeygift]

But I'm still puzzled as WHY this only happens with the Kung Fu community? It would have been a big deal (with the cult and horror crowd) if that film was a horror film.[/Quote]


Egos, Greed & Jealousy.

Sadly, the dwindling kung fu community is still rife with it.

I think most of the fans have been driven away by all the nonsense connected with collecting kung fu. Adults calling each other names over 4th generation raw copies of films. Most of the fans have left the forums to lead peaceful lives again, while we trudge on in the hope that the kung fu flame will burn brightly once again.

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Postby Monkeygift » Tue Jun 11, 2013 6:42 am

I perfectly understand that there is no money in Kung Fu etc. But still that doesn't answer WHY that happens ONLY with the Kung Fu genre... not with horror, not with SF, not with Cult, not with Weird Asia, not with TV... and so on.

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Postby Monkeygift » Tue Jun 11, 2013 6:43 am

to me it seems that Kung Fu fans are just NOT memorabilia collectors. Except maybe a very small portion on Euro collectors which are mainly Bruce Lee fans.

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Postby Monkeygift » Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:22 am

You forgot #7: Rogie

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Postby samtheseed » Wed Jun 12, 2013 1:13 pm

Kung Fu is not as important today, as it's not a part of mainstream culture.

Kung fu mania has deteriorated. The whole kung fu genre is no longer fashionable in a practical world that satiates it needs for TORRENT SITES.

The genre is, and always will be,the true diehards entertainment show.

So is the genre a worthy investment? Of course it is.

Is it important in the modern day? Only to truly dedicated fans.


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