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Asian Cult Cinema (1996) comic books 2007

  • Issue #53
    Asian Cult Cinema (1996) 53

    This issue features an extensive interview with Martial Arts superstar Jet Li, conducted by noted critic Sean Axmaker. This issue also includes a major interview with filmmaker Anthony Ng, director of the Sundance Award-winning motion picture 212. Plus: Tsui Hark; Jackie Chan; Gong Li; and Ziyi Zhang. And: Rebuttal - Closing Argument in the Great Thai Controversy. Mature Readers.

  • Issue #54
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    This issue features an extensive interview with Japan's top actor, superstar Tadanobu Asano, conducted by noted Japanese critic Kevin Ozawa. This issue also includes Bryan Yeatter's in-depth study of Gerardo de Leon's legendary Filipino Vampire films. Plus: Exile; Pang Bros; Infernal Affairs; The Host; and an afternoon with Gong Li. And: Jack Ketchum on Flower and Snake II. Mature Readers.

  • Issue #55
    Asian Cult Cinema (1996) 55

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    This issue features an extensive interview and pictorial with Japan's Rinko Kikuchi, the sexy young actress who became an "overnight success" in the West after her controversial supporting role in Babel. This issue also includes an interview with Chinese Ghost Story director Ching Siu-Tung. Plus: Red Room; Hula Girls; Disaster Flicks; DOA: Dead or Alive; and Return to Blood Island. Mature Readers.

  • Issue #56
    Asian Cult Cinema (1996) 56

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    This issue features an extensive interview with legendary Japanese director Shusuke Kaneko, the filmmaker who began his career in Pink Films and went on to resurrect the Gamera series, and recently struck cinematic gold with his new Death Note movies. Plus: Sion Sono's Suicide Circle 2; making of The Host; Herman Yau; Q&A with Maggie Q; and horror novelist Edward Lee on Black Magic. Mature Readers.