Sundays on Fire: Secret Hong Kong 35mm Feature
Run Time: 82 min. Format: 35mm
Warning: Images are not from the movies we’re showing. Trust us, you can’t imagine what we’re showing!
This Sunday on Fire delivers a two-fisted, high caliber exploitation flick from one of Hong Kong’s (and Hollywood’s) most famous filmmakers before he became famous. This director’s name has become an adjective, and here’s your chance to see him before he got polished up and put on a shelf, delivering a raw, uncompromising “men on a mission” movie that punches you in the face with dynamite fists.
Shot in Thailand, where the stunt crew used real bullets and real explosives in a lot of the action sequences, you’ll gasp when you learn that no one died during the making of this film, because they sure seem to come close. The grue strewn carnage nestles next to scenes of wakka-wakka comedy, but the end result is tougher than old leather and meaner than a junkyard dog. We’re not telling you the title of this one until it’s too late, so fasten your seatbelt, put on your flak jacket, and get ready to get fragged.