Tuesday, October 6, 2009


I was introduced to Fringe TV Series late last year, and the story was quite intriguing, as my dear friend was trying to explain the complexity of the storyline. He did his best, caught me but also lost me - however I didn't forget that TV series.

Then finally I got my hands of the 1st season - it was nowhere how my friend described it. In fact, it was much more complicated but very engaging. It's sought of an extension of The X-Files, but much larger topics and more scientific.

Great plot, can't wait for season 2. If you haven't seen it! Don't miss it!

Source : Fringe TV Poster from Wikipedia


Seems like yesterday when the days of VHS, VCD, DVD, HD DVD - but it's all history now and here comes the new generation of audio-visual presentation. After witnessing the clarity, sharpness and color on Blu-Ray...awesome!

Still contemplating on whether to upgrade to Blu-Ray? But then would also need to upgrade my LCD as well, as it's needs to be on a full HD capability to enjoy the stunning Blu-Ray. Time to save up!!!

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Last 2 months...

Exactly, it's been almost 2 months since I last flog anything. Alright, straight to business...it's not a movie but a mini-series, titled "The Lost Room", very common title, sounds cheesy, and uninteresting.

My reaction was about the same as described, when my friend told me about it a year ago. He then expand the storyline, and...geez, this is pretty exciting! I then totally forgot about it until I saw it for sale last month!

My memory quickly flashed me back on my reaction towards this mini-series, and without a second to lose, I bought it. I am not sure I should explain the plot for you all, I think I won't. You all can google it anyway. I will just give a hint...the poster. Watch it!!!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

25th June 2009

World Breaking News!!! Michael Jackson is DEAD!!! What a pity, still have so much talent to share with the world and gone at 50. I was right smack in Times Square, New York, when heard this news, everyone on the street was talking about it.

Well, I guess it's all fated, anyways...Thanks Michael for the great entertainment all these years!!! God Bless.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Too Little Time...

The older I get, the less time I have to do my own things. If you track back my FLOG, I am suppose to shoot my next short film, but still haven't found the time to do it, and if I don't take the chance it will definately go away.

The thing is work took most of the time, and only leaving me enough for sometime to myself to relax, and for the family. Must try really hard to make more effort in executing things are close to my heart and passion. The little time I have did saw me indulge in some great movies, such as X-Men Origins : Wolverine, Star Trek, Taken and a few classics as well.

Suprisingly 'Taken' was pretty intense and enjoyable considering not much hype about it. Liam Neeson played well as the new action-man, worth checking it out. As for Wolverine and Star Trek...great entertainment!!!

Sunday, April 19, 2009


Time really move fast...with the speculation of economy down-turn, things been pretty quite lately. Everyone is just working hard to not get booted out and been laying low. Times like these many will be at home more, playing more games, surfing, watching TV and DVDs. Hopefully there will be more great content coming out on our TV. 

Hope to catch "Shinjuku Incident" soon, and awaiting the release of "Wolverine". 

Monday, January 26, 2009


To all readers "Happy Chinese New Year", today is the first day of the new year. Though there were lots of doubt on world economy, recession and war, I do hope all this will end and regain some stability.

Having said those, in the entertainment industry, lots of great stuff coming out on the silver screen and also on TV. Last December I saw "Ip Man" starring Hong Kong star Donnie Yen, the kung fu was awesome, it was done in a very fresh approach, which made the art of "Wing Chun" way cool. There is a rumour a sequel is in planning...let's hope it will live up to the previous. For those who missed "Ip Man", go watch it.

Over in Hollywood, tons of movies are releasing this 2009 such as Wolverine, Watchmen, Sherlock Holmes and many more blockbusters and great films. As for me, I was also given the responsibility to give fresh and exiting TV content. My works are in progress and hopefully they will explode in Malaysia.

I also managed to catch "Kinta 1881", the first martial art chinese film in Malaysia. I must say thought the storyline is weak, bu the fight scenes and the cinematography were quite impressive. Given it's the first effort, I do hope this will inspire more of this genre.

(movie posters courtesy from google)

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Hello 2009

Already in 2009, what's next...Chinese New Year just around the corner. Time really flies when your occupied. The thing is there isn't much CNY films from Hong Kong releasing lately. We use to have Jackie Chan, Stephen Chow, Andy Lau and a whole bunch more coming up with great CNY blockbusters. But however, the past few years have been quite quiet. 

Is it because of the piracy plague which have somehow crippled the financial risk of releasing more films or the pool of Hong Kong stars are getting very limited and are struggling to find new talents to fill the gaps of the veterans. 

Well, let's hope in 2009 onwards we could see more positive support from government and the public to take responsible in reviving the film industry.