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Naked Killer (Hong Kong Cat III)

2010/05/08 Leave a comment

Naked Killer (1992)

Yau Suk Ching

Aka:Chik loh go yeung
Country: Hong Kong
Released Date: 1992
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English | Chinese
Genre: Adult | Drama | HK cat III
Video Format | Size: MP4 | 612M
Running time: 100 min | USA:89 min
Director: Clarence Fok Yiu-leung
Cast: Yau Suk Ching,Chingmy Yau, Simon Yam, Carrie Ng, …

Naked Killer is easily one of the most infamous of the Hong Kong Category III films. The title alone launches it firmly in the Sexploitation realm. Filled with erotic tension, lesbian overtones and misogynistic idiocy…the film is anything but the sleaze fest one may think. Naked Killer is an Action film first and foremost, with dolled up Asian beauties thrown in for effective gloss. The outfits, the brazen looks and the cleavage is enough to keep most viewers riveted to the screen. The action sequences are first-class, and the characters are completely over the top. What’s wrong with homicidal, sex kittens who like it both ways!!!.. Woof!

Naked Killer is a supremely twisted film that deserves to be at the top of the Sexploitation ladder. Surprisingly it manages this without a naked tit or butt to be seen. However, don’t let this dissuade you. Chingmy Yau is as delicious a creature as you’ll ever see, and her outfits had my imagination working over-time…the entire film and long after.

This is one of the best B-movies movies you’ll ever see. And talk about a wicked, uncompromising ending.
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Categories: Cat III, Yau Suk Ching

Lover of the Last Empress (Hong Kong Cat III)

2010/05/01 10 comments

Yau Suk Ching

Country: Hong Kong
Released Date: 1995
Language: Cantonese and Mandarin (Dual Sound)
Subtitles: English | Chinese
Genre: Adult | Drama | Hong Kong Cat III
Video Format | Size: AVI | 703M
Director: Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
Producer: Wong Jing
Cast: Chingmy Yau Suk-Ching, Tony Leung Ka-Fai, Yu Rong-Guang

Set in ancient China, Lover Of The Last Empress takes us on a historical journey through the intricate schemes and sometimes outrageous lives of the Emperor, his concubines and his followers.

Director Andrew Lau’s semi-serious yet schlocky Category III picture about the last empress of China is an involving, though unbelievable melodrama. Sweet, innocent Yu-Lan (Chingmy Yau) rises to the top of the food chain (Empress Dowager) by learning the art of sex, using it to her advantage, and then being a bitch to everyone who helped her along the way (including Emperor Yu Rong-Guang and his wife Valerie Chow). Helping her is Prince Kung (Tony Leung Ka-Fai), who shares true lust with Yu-Lan for years and years.
Thanks to HK storytelling, all of this historical dramatization seems like high soap opera rather than high art. Hanging the fate of a country on incidents like getting your cat boiled really doesn’t ring true; Yu-Lan’s loss of innocence is more sensationalized than serialized. Add that to the “sex training” sequences and you’re looking at The Last Emperor crossed with Sex & Zen. Seriously though, the film isn’t as fetid as your usual Category III, and Chingmy Yau turns in a better-than-usual performance.
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Categories: Cat III, Yau Suk Ching

1941 Hong Kong on Fire

2010/04/04 2 comments

1941 Hong Kong on Fire

Also Known As: Xiang Gang lun xian
Year: 1995
Directed: Cash Chin Man-Ke
Cast: Chingmy Yau Suk-Ching as Law Mong-Dai, Veronica Yip Yuk-Hing as, Law Sun-Dai, Law Kar-Ying as Hoi,Tok Chung-Wa as Sam Fong, …
Genre: War, Drama
Runtime: 91 min
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: Chinese and English

1941 Hong Kong on Fire tells the story of a family affected by the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong during World War II. The movie begins with an interesting approach, using interviews and newsreel footage to set up the story, but this more serious, documentary-like approach is let down by some very dopey comedy. In fact, the first half-hour or so is much more of a family “dramedy” rather than the usual blood and boobs one expects from Wong Jing. But all of that changes in one scene. A guy comes in and announces “the Japanese devils are coming”, and sure enough, within thirty seconds, they kick in the doors and proceed to rape and kill everyone.
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