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The site as a whole, including the forum, will be down on Monday, March 2. To minimize the forum downtime, I plan on bringing the forum back online, even before implementing the new features, as setting these up will probably take some time. I will send out an email to all registered members once the forum is back up. 

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  1. Well, there's The 18 Bronzemen/Return of the 18 Bronzemen (1976). If only so you can appreciate the joke in God of Cookery (1996).
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    Ghost Punting subtitles synch probs

    If you're using vlc to watch, then you can use the H/G keys to slow down and speed up subtitles. Or you can try Tools -> Track Synchronization and then in the pop-up "Adjustments and Effects" window you can find the "Subtitles/Video" section and try your tweaking there.
  3. I'm not sure using The Last Airbender for the comparison is fair, considering how universally reviled it is. How about King Solomon's Mines (1985)/Alan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1986) or Firewalker (1986) instead?
  4. That's one of the movies I haven't seen; maybe I'll rent it over the holidays.
  5. Yes, but the line separating fantasy and sf can be pretty porous and I've only seen six of the eight titles myself.
  6. A couple of Japanese contenders: Moon Over Tao (Makaraga) (1997) Sword of Alexander (Taitei no Ken) (2007) I don't suppose Zeiram (1991), Zeiram 2 (1994), Zebraman (2004) or Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010) would qualify? And what about Dororo (2007) or Blade of the Immortal (2017)?
  7. Movie list sorted alphabetically: Movie list sorted by date:
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    BLACK CAT (1991) -- good DVD available?

    No, the only disc available (more or less) is the old Mega Star/Media Asia dvd. You can find it at Amazon used/new (3rd party sellers).
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    Man from Hong Kong R3 dvd

    Two places to order it (based on images/page info): Yesasia: http://www.yesasia.com/us/the-man-from-hong-kong-vcd-digitally-remastered-hong-kong-version/1020329540-0-0-0-en/info.html Buyoyo: https://www.buyoyo.com/buyoyo/eng/ProductDisplay.do?prrfnbr=9620679&prtype=0
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    Man from Hong Kong R3 dvd

    Could you use the Fortune Star VCD? It's still available and even with shipping the price should be reasonable.
  11. My disc works fine with my dvd player. As suggested, try a different dvd player and/or a computer with media player or vlc. You could also check and see if there is a firmware update for your dvd player if you are technically inclined.
  12. If setting the subtitles does not work using the dvd menu try using the subtitle button on your remote. I've got this disc too; I'll plug it in when I get home and see if I have the same issue.
  13. Only 5 (if the information on the site is accurate) has a Cantonese soundtrack. The rest of the discs are German/English soundtracks. They do all have English subs, but still the lack of Cantonese is kind of a deal breaker. Here's the correct link for Mad Mission 4: http://www.platinumcultedition.com/produkt/mad-mission-teil-4-4-disc-set-mit-2-x-blu-ray-und-2-x-dvd-ean-4032614507831/
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    Hmmm... so whatever you were watching probably wasn't Black Belt Theater proper. Here's some more movies that were shown around the same time in different syndication packages.
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    Here's a list of movies that Black Belt Theater showed back in the day: Maybe one of the titles will jog your memory.