Good To Be Bad: Kelvin Wong – Jade Screen

The Best of the Hong Kong movie villains… Wong Siu, also known as Kelvin Wong, is a renowned character actor, often seen playing larger-than-life villains in Hong Kong and Taiwanese film. Initially playing minor bad guys earlier in his career, he soon migrated to the frontlines where he could be seen punishing and tormenting many an action hero in the most brutal way possible. Download the article here!

The Expendables: Most Anticipated Action Movie of 2010?

Like many of you, I haven’t been this pumped for a good ol’ fashioned action outing for quite some time. Since the project was announced in its earliest stages, the internet has been a breeding ground for gossip, news and cast rumours. Put simply, this is a film that sounded too good to be true. As the rumours were confirmed and the teaser poster was circulated, this die hard action-fans’ dream became an exciting reality. One of the most thrilling …

Universal Soldier: Regeneration – Believe The Hype!

One of the movies I’ve been looking forward to most in recent months has been the highly anticipated sequel to the original 1992 box office hit, Universal Soldier. The first film was a classic onscreen pairing between Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren in one of the most commercially successful films of both stars’ careers. The film stands today as a cult classic so after a handful of less successful follow-ups (including Van Damme’s Universal Soldier: The Return and two …

Copywriting for Film Industry Professionals

What you see is what you’re buying. Quality content and design is essential for anyone looking to promote themselves well. This is true for companies, freelancers or anyone else. Whether you work as a filmmaker, producer, actor or stunt performer, your CV and website needs to reflect the quality of work you push yourself so hard to achieve. It needs to match the work you put out there and sell yourself in the best possible light. Where’s the value in …

The Blog Starts Here!

I setup this site with the aim of showcasing my work across all the various platforms and lines of communication I find myself involved in. Its a nice opportunity to collate my work into one, central place and hopefully some people may be interested in checking out what I’m doing next. There’s a lot of interesting stuff happening across the film industry and not just in Far Eastern Asia. With the launchpad of action cinema (and occasionally venturing into indie and arthouse) it is my aim to …

A Tribute to Shing Fui-on (1955-2009) – Jade Screen

Shing Fui-on is a name that needs no introduction to avid Hong Kong movie fans. Widely recognized from action and gangster films throughout the 1980s and 90s, Shing Fui-On, also known as ‘Daai So’ (‘Big Crazy’ in Cantonese) was one of cinema’s best loved villains. From his difficult early life battling poverty through to his rough and tough days as a young gang member, Shing was a rebel lucky enough to find an outlet for his energy in the film industry. In time he would become one …

Blockbuster Charity Signing – Press Release

Press release written for this charity signing event. Exclusive signing with stars of British action films ‘Underground’ and ‘Bodyguard: A New Beginning’: Mark Strange, Nathan Lewis and director, Chee Keong Cheung at Blockbuster Superstore, Preston, UK. Proceeds from the signing were donated to the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Read the press release here!

Mark Strange Actor Biography

Biography and site copy produced for British Martial Arts actor, Mark Strange Mark Strange is an Action Actor with extensive experience in Martial Arts and film. Having competed as a Martial Arts Champion all over the world and earning titles as the Euro-British Full Contact Champion and MAI National Chinese Forms Champion, Mark pursued a lifelong interest in film and made the transition to acting. Having appeared in Twins Effect (working under action director Donnie Yen) and The Medallion (alongside …

Bruce Lee’s 10 Greatest Hits – Jade Screen

I wrote this article analysing and dissecting some of Bruce Lee’s very best fight scenes and what made them special After our look at Bruce Lee’s now-famous use of the nunchaku in the last issue, it is also important to remember the range and diversity of Bruce’s fight scenes. Through this he explored many different techniques and methods in a tragically short filmmaking career. Bruce was widely renowned for addressing complex, often challenging issues in his film work, contributing ideas and …