Sylvia Rorem's feisty but passionate and thoughtful blog. Especially check out her musings on Shaw Brothers stars and movies, whether she likes them or not!
Bullets Over Chinatown
King Who's blog proudly covers his love for naughty and obscure Hong Kong cinema as well as for his tape- and vcd collection.
A very active French site, especially in terms of interviews.
A concept that has now expanded into video. Also contains
a sizeable database over Hong Kong films and profiles.
Excellent and handy searchable DVD
review database. Covers all regions.
Far East Films
Formerly known as Dragon's Den UK, their marvelous re-launch has resulted in a wonderfully looking new site and an expanded team of reviewers. Basically, you get your fine views and news there.
Database based out of France and features fine interviews with the known and obscure.
Kong Cinema - View From The Brooklyn Bridge
Featuring a massive review archive, in depth looks at landmark
movies, Bollywood and much more.
Critic John Charles gladly spends time with the schlock and the Shaw's
but also the unknown efforts out of Hong Kong cinema. Currently not updated but we hope John will return soon.
Kong Movie Database
Now, THIS is essential!
Kong Movie Posters
High quality scans of movie posters from then till now in blog format.
How dare you mess up here
This site scores high points for the articles readily available
via each reviews, relating to themes and content in Hong Kong
movies such as Taoism and triads. For those of you who want
to look beyond the film...
With more focus on old school martial arts and it's also a
great learning ground for newbies much like myself. The forum
has some very well informed and passionate fans also.
And yes webmaster Kozo loves Hong Kong film, resulting in
some very witty but highly knowledgeable reviews on his behalf.
Other Asian cinema is highlighted to a lesser degree and the
features section has been proven handy for me as a reviewer.
An English version of the German site Schnittberichte (Censorship Reports) has now opened, featuring superb comparisons that highlights censor cuts or the difference between versions in general.
Rare VHS covers in blog form. Even in Spanish, a fascinating view.
The Return Of The Ninjas
Creator of Weird Asia (sadly not online anymore) still updates his fabulous review site of Ninja movies. Among other things, covers American, Asian and Godfrey Ho's ninjas!
Striking name reveals a page dedicated mainly to the horror
genre but has some absolutely terrific reviews of Category
III movies, by genuine fans of it.
Shelf Life Clothing
The finest in Asian- and movie related t-shirts, Brian Kirby keeps us nerds well clothed with his Category III and Destroy All Mobsters t-shirts!
Probably some of the nuttiest and most profane reviews of
Asian movies you'll ever read but it's one of the most entertaining
visits to any page out there.