Ghost Dragon Of Cold Mountain (DVD) (Ep.1-30) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version)

Ghost Dragon Of Cold Mountain (DVD) (Ep.1-30) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (TVB Drama) (US Version)
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Chu Cheung Sing (Kenneth Ma) lives a quiet life with his lovely wife Tou Fa (Selena Li) in rural Northern Song. Few people know that ten years ago, Cheung Sing was being groomed by Commissioner Fung Nam Tin (Lau Kong) to be the successor of the revered Tin Kei Bureau, an investigative unit that answers only to the emperor. Unfortunately, one person who does know is Sai Fu, a notorious robber brought down by Cheung Sing’s undercover work, and he makes a beeline for Cheung Sing after escaping from prison, bloodthirsty for revenge. Thus, Cheung Sing is drawn back into Tin Kei Bureau, and eventually teams up with Nam Tin’s new agents Ma Chuen Kung (Power Chan), Ngau Dai Lik (Pierre Ngo) and Yeung Mau (Lin Xiawei) to solve Northern Song’s most baffling cases..
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Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Ten years after Save the Green Planet, director Jang Joon Hwan returns with his long awaited sophomore feature Hwayi: A Monster Boy. The blockbuster action thriller teams up award-winning actor Kim Yoon Seok (The Thieves) with popular teen actor Yeo Jin Gu, widely pegged as Korea’s next big star after show-stealing appearances in television dramas like The Moon that Embraces the Sun and I Miss You. Kim Yoon Seok and Yeo Jin Gu are supported by a staggering cast of some of Korea’s finest actors including Jang Hyun Sung, Park Yong Woo, Kim Sung Kyun, Lee Kyung Young, Jo Jin Woong and Moon Sung Keun as well as rising star Yoo Yeon Seok (Architecture 101).

Hwayi: A Monster Boy explores the conflicts of nature vs. nurture and father vs. son against a punishing backdrop of violent action. The 16-year-old Yeo Jin Gu takes on the eponymous role of Hwayi, a boy who was kidnapped as an infant and raised in isolation by five notorious criminals. His foster fathers trained him well for a life of crime, and soon comes the day when Hwayi joins in his first job and pulls the trigger to tragic consequences. It is then that he discovers the horrible truth behind his own past and identity. With his life and self upturned, Hwayi seeks revenge against the fathers who taught him everything he knows..
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Block B – Jackpot Production DVD (2DVDs + Photobook) (Korea Version)

Block B - Jackpot Production DVD (2DVDs + Photobook) (Korea Version)
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Follow the making of Block B’s 2014 single album Jackpot! This two-disc release includes recording, photo shoot and interview footage during the album production as well as the multiple versions of the Jackpot music video and its making of. Jackpot Production DVD also comes with a 100-page photobook..
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Cold War (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

Cold War (2012) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Ten years after Infernal Affairs, Hong Kong filmmakers have again raised the bar on the crime genre! The brainchild of first-time writer-director duo Longman Leung and Sunny Luk, Cold War reveals the inner workings of Hong Kong’s law enforcement systems as the city is faced with an unprecedented security crisis. Playing rival police commissioners vying for top power, Aaron Kwok and Tony Leung Ka Fai headline the film’s star-studded cast, which also includes Eddie Peng, Aarif Lee, Gordon Lam and Charlie Young, plus Andy Lau in a special appearance. The intense and tight-paced cop action thriller gives audiences an edge-of-the-seat experience with intelligent, layered plots in addition to exciting gunfights and car-chase scenes choreographed by action director Chin Ka Lok. Designated as the Opening Film of the 17th Busan International Film Festival, Cold War has gone on to take moviegoers everywhere by storm and notably become the highest-grossing Hong Kong film of 2012.

They say Hong Kong is the safest city in Asia. But tonight, a police van has been hijacked along with the arms, equipment and the five officers aboard, one of the hostages being the only son of police deputy commissioner M.B. Lee (Tony Leung Ka Fai)! With the chief commissioner away on a conference overseas, the fiery Lee immediately takes command of the rescue operation codenamed “Cold War” but the mysterious kidnappers clearly know the police procedures and are therefore in an advantageous position. Objecting to Lee’s aggressive but futile methods, the other deputy commissioner Sean Lau (Aaron Kwok) steps in at this time of crisis to lead the operation. But even Lau’s careful plan to negotiate with the kidnappers ends up a failure, losing the $50 million cash ransom and the life of his lieutenant in the process. Meanwhile, the ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption) begins to investigate Lau and Lee on suspicion of having hidden ties to the kidnappers…

The Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features including making-of, interview, photo gallery, teaser and trailer..
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Fists of Legend (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)

Fists of Legend (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Former high school brawlers face off in the ring years later in the intense action drama Fists of Legend from blockbuster director Kang Woo Suk (Moss). Starring Hwang Jung Min (New World), Yoo Jun Sang (In Another Country), Yoon Je Moon (Battlefield Heroes) and Jung Woong In (My Boss My Teacher), the film jumps between flashbacks to the heroes’ troubled, fist-happy school days and the circumstances of their middle-aged present that bring them to the ring. Based on a web comic, Fists of Legend delivers brutal bouts and masculine melodrama in equal measures as it takes on the high-octane sport of mixed martial arts and the ruthless world of youth violence.

Former boxer and Olympic hopeful Lim Deok Kyu (Hwang Jung Min) was a legend back in his younger days, but now he’s just another middle-aged widower with a delinquent teenage daughter (Ji Woo) and piles of debt. Producer Kyu Min (Lee Yo Won) wants him on her reality competition program “Legendary Punch,” which pits MMA fighters against former street fighters. Deok Kyu reluctantly joins the program in hopes of winning the cash prize, and he becomes the first challenger to beat a professional fighter. As the program soars in popularity, Deok Kyu’s former high school friends corporate manager Sang Hoon (Yoo Jun Sang) and low-level gangster Jae Saek (Yoon Jae Moon) also enter the contest. The three share a dark past… and a new reason to fight again.

This edition comes with commentary, making-of, poster shooting, premiere, music video, trailer and other special features..
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Forget Me Not (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Forget Me Not (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Lam Yi (Grace Ip) returns to the orphanage that she grew up in after a broken relationship leaves her homeless. On the way back one night, she encounters a physically scarred child abandoned on the street with nowhere to go. Feeling sorry for her, Lam Yi takes her back to the orphanage to care for her. However, an investigation into the child’s past reveals spooky paranormal events that becomes far more horrifying that Lam Yi could ever imagine.

Produced by director Derek Yee (One Nite in Mongkok), the horror drama stars Grace Ip (Gen-X Cops), Raymond Wong (The Death Curse), Wayne Lai (Rosy Business), and Carl Ng (Yesterday Once More). Director Albert Mak highlights a traditional Chinese ritual called “scaring” in Forget Me Not. The director shows a detailed depiction of the ritual in the film, which involves shouting the name of a person afflicted by disgruntled spirits to scare those spirits away..
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