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THE MYSTERY OF CHESSBOXING 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION BLU RAY

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DOES ANYONE HAVE A COPY OF THE MYSTERY OF CHESSBOXING 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION BLU RAY FOR SALE PLEASE PM ME IF YOU HAVE AND ARE WILLING TO SELL THANKS

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1 hour ago, Ah_Tao said:

Is this supposed to be a late April Fool's joke?

 

Guessing this is a fan edition?, or have I just woke up in an alternative universe. Where The Mystery of Chess Boxing is out on Blu-Ray?.

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This is my favorite:

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Special Effects have been added for every Critical Strike inflicted on the characters in the movie in the form of sparks and shockwaves (and one case of a lightning strike)

 

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Industrial Light & Magic, is George Lucas moving into the world of Kung Fu movie custom project's?. Maybe thats the real reason he sold Star Wars off to Disney?.

Edited by DragonClaws

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11 hours ago, DragonClaws said:

 

Industrial Light & Magic, is George Lucas moving into the world of Kung Fu movie custom project's?. Maybe thats the real reason he sold Star Wars off to Disney?.

Well I don't care how Lucas re-edited it. I still say Ah Pao punched first.

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Yeah I was a bit skeptical at first when I saw "AWESOME EPIC SAM SEED!" with a giant face of Yuen Siu Tien

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Me too ... until I found that website. Someone put lots of effort into creating these chessboxing fandom websites, I guess only true aficionados do that. I had a good laugh reading the specifications. Thanks @Graysman for that :) Let's hope there will really be a good bluray edition one fine day. 

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On 4/14/2019 at 5:42 PM, Graysman said:

Does anyone have a good Chinese custom of this? Widescreen preferably 

I struggled to find a decent version with Chinese audio, avistaz has a copy with a decent quality but not a full dvd, it's encoded, unfortunately in divx. FLK and FarEastFlix sells custom DVD as far as I know, but I don't want to deal with those guys, but if you're really interested you can try with them.

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22 hours ago, Rodolphe Dux said:

I struggled to find a decent version with Chinese audio, avistaz has a copy with a decent quality but not a full dvd, it's encoded, unfortunately in divx. FLK and FarEastFlix sells custom DVD as far as I know, but I don't want to deal with those guys, but if you're really interested you can try with them.

Thanks Rodolphe.unfortunately I can't access avistaz as their not taking registrations is there any chance you can get it and upload it to me my friend either PM me it or upload it here and as you say I wouldn't want to use FLK and FareastFlix thanks in advance 

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Haha, almost got me there again.

When I saw the advertisement for this 20th anniversary bluray copy, I knew something was little fishy. Maybe it was Simon Yuen's smiling face on the cover. LOL

Anyway, I find it strange that HK video label Universe released several Joseph Kuo films on DVD in the past but have yet to release a few others such as Mystery of Chessboxing and Born Invincible

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Dang, too good to be true.  Li I-Min, Jack Long Sai Ga and Mark Long Kwan Yu are great in this film, much like how they were in "Seven Grandmasters."

 

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