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Amazon.com carries most films and a good majority of popular Asian and martial arts titles. The prices are right, they ship fast and they’re very reliable. You don’t pay for pre-orders until their shipped. Besides, by clicking on any Amazon.com links on this site, you’ll be supporting cityonfire.com.
Asian Movie Web
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Blood Brothers Film Reviews
Two brothers dedicated to bringing you reviews of every cult movie under the sun
Your destination for hard-to-find Blu-ray & DVD movies in the cult classic, horror, sci-fi and exploitation genres. Obscure and retro films you may not know about ranging from grindhouse to art house.
Bruceploitation is a Crime
As far as I know, it’s one of the first of its kind dedicated to Bruceploitation. If you’re into Bruce Li, Bruce Le, Dragon Lee, and the rest of the clones; this site is a must.
Budomate is the first Australian project dedicated to Martial Arts Movies, Martial Artists and people, who connected to action film industry one way or another. You will find exclusive interviews with your favorite actors and fight choreographers. It is always on the track with hot news and serves as a platform for all movie lovers to share thought and ideas.
Bullets Over Chinatown
Hong Kong film junk and other nonsense from a New York Gwailo. The operator (and sometimes-writer for COF) of this blog is very active in the Hong Kong film scene in New York: If he’s not in Chinatown stocking up on Cat III VCDs, he’s attending the NYAFF and meeting people like Wai Ka-fai.
Cinema De Bizarre
Cinema De Bizarre sells some of the most rare (and “bizzare,” hence their company name) titles I’ve ever come across. They carry everything from martial arts, exploitation, horror and even spaghetti westerns. Their prices aren’t bad and they offer FREE shipping. If it’s out-of-print, they either have it or can get it!
Comic Book & Movie Reviews
Comic Book & Movie Reviews is an active site that has the skinny on two of my favorite subjects: comic books and movies! But that’s not all: it also features other fun stuff like humor, one of a kind features, an e-store with relevant products and much more. You won’t be sorry you checked it out!
Cool Ass Cinema
Cool Ass Cinema lives up to its title. You’ll find it all here: Spaghetti Westerns, Horror movies (from around the world), Kung Fu flicks, 80′s trash, Blaxploitation and much more. This blog is full of in-depth articles, reviews, and many obscure visuals you won’t find anywhere else. One of a kind.
Clones of Bruce Lee
This site is works hand-in-hand with Bruceploitation is a Crime. Nicely laid out with many visuals and youtube links. These are the only two Bruceploitation sites you’ll need (after this one of course!).
The 14 Amazons
A collection of movie reviews and a place to purchase rare and out-of-print Asian movies on DVD
Hong Kong Cinemagic
If if wasn’t for Hong Kong Cinemagic, other Asian film websites would be lost and confused. Best source on the internet. Don’t bookmark it, embed the address in your head, and make this site a part of your life.
Hong Kong Cinema: View From The Brooklyn Bridge
Old school and awesome! One of the very first HK film websites I got hooked on to. Website is still active until this very day (most updates appear to be on a separate blog). A lot of rare, obscure Golden Harvest titles and a whole lot more.
Hong Kong Digital
Looks like it hasn’t been updated since 2006, but the important part is it’s still up and running if you want a thorough review about a movie and manufacturer.
Hong Kong Film Net
A comprehensive database of countless Asian film reviews (all written by one, hardworking person). Not only are movies reviewed, but the site also covers video game reviews; as well as mp3 downloads, video links, and a great comedy section. Grab a beer and enjoy.
Hong Kong Film Posters
I love this site with a passion! It’s dedicated to Hong Kong film posters and nothing else. A lot of rare and obscure posters from films we love. The best part is that they’re high resolution and excellent quality. Keep it up!
Hong Kong Movie Database
The title says it all. Excellent source and great reference. Not as tight as Hong Kong Cinemagic (let’s face it, it can’t be beat), but it’s up there. Another one I visit on a regular basis.
Kung Fu Cinema Forum
Kungfucinema.com is the best of the best, but the magic is in its forum. It’s filled with the most knowledgeable people of Asian cinema. Ask a question, and someone will answer. I’m there on a regular basis.
Love Asian Film
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Love HK Film
Another comprehensive site featuring in-depth Hong Kong film reviews. They definitely keep up on the newest/latest movies out there! You have to love them for that!
Scandy Factory, The
This site had me the moment I laid eyes on its latest VHS post for Warm Up with Traci Lords. The Scandy Factory is more than just another site with obscure VHS cover scans from the blogger’s 20+ year collection; it digs deeper than that. Accompanying the visuals are some quick ‘n snappy reviews, as well as youtube clips (bad, non-adjustable tracking included). Despite how many times I was charged 50¢ for not rewinding a tape, The Scandy Factory reminds me how much I truly miss video rental stores.
Shaolin Chamber 36
A great source for visuals! Featuring high resolution DVD scans, alternative DVD covers, posters, screen caps and much more. I have used countless images from this site. One of the absolute best.
As the owners suggests: “This will get sticky…” Kenneth Brorsson gives you weekly film reviews from mainly the adult oriented corners of Asian cinema.Nice special features section that has commentaries, deleted/extended scenes and interviews.
The one-stop-source for any world cinema fan looking for information on new releases, as well as older titles. Particularly focussed on foreign films being made available in the UK, the website features news, reviews, interviews, competition giveaways and more, covering all genres of filmmaking, including anime, GLBT cinema and cult classics.
Temple of Schlock
Into grindhouse cinema, old school kung fu flicks and other exploitational junk? If so, do yourself a favor and visit this blog. Once you’re at the main page, just start browsing. It’s a blast from the past with visual content you’ll only find there.
Trashy Filipino War Movies
There are 75 billion blogs in Cyberspace. Only O-N-E is devoted entirely to trashy Filipino movies about the Vietnam War. Think Apocalypse Now, only with a very low budget, bad acting, unknown stars and filmmakers who are already insane before production even starts.