enter-the-dragon-dvd-cover-66In this episode, Zach sits down and learns all about the Bruce Lee classic, Enter the Dragon.

A martial artist agrees to spy on a reclusive crime lord using his invitation to a tournament there as cover.


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  1. Solid Muldoon
    March 1, 2013 at 6:22 pm — Reply

    If you guys love Enter the Dragon, you must see 1977’s Kentucky Fried Movie. It is a sketch comedy movie from Zucker, Abrahams and Zucker, directed by John Landis. It is built around a 33 minute parody of Enter the Dragon called A Fistful of Yen. The parody is spot-on, the fights are good, and it is gut-bustingly funny.

    • March 1, 2013 at 7:59 pm — Reply

      I know it well. As a young lad, there’s a moment in the film that is permanently burned into my mind…

    • March 1, 2013 at 8:25 pm — Reply

      BIG! JIM! SLADE!!!

  2. Justin
    March 2, 2013 at 7:37 am — Reply

    Add Big Trouble in Little China to Zach’s list

  3. Dan
    March 2, 2013 at 8:59 am — Reply

    After seeing the Good the Bad and the Ugly, back to back with Enter the Dragon, it might be interesting for Zach to check out a chinese film called The Bells Of Death, done by Shaw Brothers studios in the late 60’s, just before Bruce Lee broke out. It’s heavily influenced by japanese cinema and western cinema (that’s western like cowboys), great cinematography, and some surpisingly brutal action for a movie from the 60’s. I’d wager Tarantino might have seen this movie before making Kill Bill part 1. It’d be cool to see Zach’s reaction to a chinese kung fu/swordsman film that tried to have a darker, western flavor.

    Also the Bells of Death is available in full on youtube for free, for now at least!

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