The Silver Emulsion Podcast: Ep. 15 – Twelve-Movie Super Show!


Episode 15! I missed last week so this episode is an almost three-hour super show! Test your patience with some talk about Christmas Evil, New Year’s Evil, Zombie Nightmare, a pair of Sammo Hung movies and a bunch of other dope Hong Kong films! Happy New Year!

Music Notes


  • Theme to the 1974 Shaw Brothers Film Heroes Two
    • Originally from the Japanese TV show “特別機動捜査隊” (which translates to Special Mobility Investigation Corps). English information on this show is nearly non-existent, but I found a YouTube video MIDI re-creation of the theme that lists it as the theme for the 1964 season. The show’s IMDB is here.


  • Richard Pryor – Fire Exit
  • Juan Pablo Torres Y Algo Nuevo – Y Viva La Felicidad
    • Si, Para Usted: The Funky Beats Of Revolutionary Cuba (iTunes, Amazon)

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1 comment to The Silver Emulsion Podcast: Ep. 15 – Twelve-Movie Super Show!

  • Well, it’s certainly not Hong Kong, but the only bronze men that I can think of are the ones from the last level of Golden Axe on the Genesis. At least I’ve always assumed they were bronze. They’re a pair of green statues that come to life and attack you. They probably rate below the bronze standard, though, since you can just throw them off a cliff and be done with them. I was always a bit disappointed that the other two statues in the same room never come to life since those looked way cooler. Maybe they would have made the bronze standard.

    There’s also a DC superhero called Robot Man that looks like he might be made of bronze, but I’m not sure.

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