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The White Storm (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Lau Ching Wan (Actor)
| Louis Koo (Actor)
| Nick Cheung (Actor)
| Hugo Ng (Actor)
Director Benny Chan's The White Storm celebrates the brotherhood and camaraderie of three policeman played by three of Hong Kong's most sought-after actors Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo and Nick Cheung. Deploying ferries and helicopters for its magnificent action scenes, the big-budget crime blockbuster is jam-packed with cinematically appealing and perfectly designed gunfire exchanges, car crashes and explosions. Also strong on its emotional storyline, the movie introduces the beautiful Thai transgender actress Treechada Petcharat and Chinese actress Yuan Quan, making the intricate relationships of the trio even more complicated and boosting the wow factor of the film.
Ma Ngan Tin (Lau Ching Wan), So Kin Chau (Louis Koo) and Cheung Tze Wai (Nick Cheung) met and bonded as kids and their friendship continued in police academy with their shared passion for law and justice. While Ngan Tin and Tze Wai get into the Narcotics Bureau upon graduation, Kin Chau is pre-selected to go undercover in one of Hong Kong's biggest drug trafficking triads. Going deeper into the flourishing drug business, they track down drug lord Eight-Faced Buddha (Lo Hoi Pang) in Thailand and are forced to face a painful confrontation which only allows two of them to walk back out alive.
This version comes with a random cover and a limited bonus DVD containing making-of, deleted scenes and trailers.
Firestorm (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Andy Lau (Actor, Producer)
| Gordon Lam (Actor)
| Hu Jun (Actor)
| Yao Chen (Actor)
How far is an upstanding cop willing to go to make sure justice is realized? That is the very question the cop played by superstar Andy Lau is faced with in hit action thriller Firestorm. Written and directed by Shaolin scriptwriter Alan Yuen, the riveting story follows the cop's desperate hunt for a gang of dangerous thieves and the struggles of an ex-convict (Gordon Lam) trying to resist the temptation of the crime world. The intense drama in the first two-thirds of the film culminates into an astonishing finale rarely seen in the history of Hong Kong cinema: An explosive shootout set in the busy streets of Hong Kong.
On the surface, Cao Nan (Hu Jun) appears to be an art dealer, but he's really a notorious robber who has been successful at avoiding being charged by the police. Lui (Andy Lau) is one of the upstanding police officers who has been after him. During their latest attempt to catch Cao in the act, Lui's arrest is disrupted by Bong (Gordon Lam), an ex-convict who happens to be Lui's former classmate. Despite the objections of his loving girlfriend (Yao Chen), Bong has returned to working for Lui's gang upon his release from prison. Even though Lui is forced to let Cao Nan go once more, his informant (Philip Keung) has agreed to go undercover in Lui's gang, despite the dangers involved. However, the consequences will drive Lui to the edge as his determination to catch Cao begins to overshadow his moral judgement.
This edition includes making of and trailers.
Rigor Mortis (2013) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Chin Siu Ho (Actor)
| Kara Hui (Actor)
| Paw Hee Ching (Actor)
| Richard Ng (Actor)
A tribute to the classic 80s vampire movie Mr. Vampire, singer-turned-director Juno Mak's cult directorial debut Rigor Mortis, starring the original cast of Chin Siu Ho, Anthony Chan, Richard Ng, Billy Lau and Chung Fa as well as veteran actors Paw Hee Ching and Kara Hui, is one of the finest surprises in Chinese cinema in 2013. Produced by Japanese horror master Shimizu Takashi, the Category III thriller revives long-lost Hong Kong vampire folklore and renews the horror genre by combining hopping Chinese vampires and Japanese-style haunted ghosts into an inventive horror film based on the famous vampire hunters Chin Siu Ho and Anthony Chan played in the 80s. Nominated for three 2013 Golden Horse awards including Best New Director and Best Makeup & Costume Design, Rigor Mortis is praised for its stylish shooting, creative visual effects and intriguingly unearthly atmosphere rarely seen in Chinese cinema.
Rising to fame with his role as a vampire hunter in the movie Mr. Vampire in the 80s, action star Siu Ho (Chin Siu Ho) is now a down-and-out middle-aged man who lives alone in the haunted unit numbered 2442 in a public estate. With a broken family and a career that has gone downhill, Siu Ho tries to end his life in his own apartment but ends up having his body possessed by a pair of twin ghosts. Saved by exorcist Ah Yau (Anthony Chan), Siu Ho decides to help his ex-tenant Yeung Fung (Kara Hui) and her son after finding out about their family tragedy. Aunt Mui (Paw Hee Ching), a kindhearted old lady in the neighborhood, has a secret coffin hidden in her flat which foreshadows the beginning of a mysterious bloodshed.
This version comes with photo gallery, making-of and trailers.
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