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Category:Trailers, Classic Movies
Tags:70s, kung fu, China, decapitation, flying guillotine
Submitted:revdrew
Date:11/22/08
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Comment count is 14
BornAgainCannibal - 2008-11-22
I prefer the other flying guillotine movie to this one, but awesome weapons are awesome weapons.
Cleaner82 - 2008-11-22
The other one had The Most Badass Old Man To Ever Be Old.

thatonegirl - 2008-11-22
Master of the Flying Guillotine. Hells yes.

Hooker - 2008-11-22
Everyone prefers Master of the Flying Guillotine to this one.

Daymage - 2008-11-22
Good on concept alone.

And, stool-fu.
buttnutt - 2008-11-22
Is Dalseem in this one too?
Thatcher Pennywhistle - 2008-11-22
Does this weapon have some kind of basis in reality, or was it dreamed up for the movies in a flash of brilliance?
athodyd - 2008-11-22
I was going to make fun of you for asking "so did the Chinese really invent a hat that kills people?" but then I found this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_guillotine_(weapon)

So I think we've all learned a little something about trust and Google today.

athodyd - 2008-11-22
then again the only reference sited is the National Geographic Channel

buttnutt - 2008-11-23
yea I'm calling bullshit on that article especially considering the reference is this:

Best Of 2007: Kung Fu Killers

From iron claws and meteor hammers to deer antler blades and emei needles, ancient Kung Fu weapons range greatly in shape and design, yet they all have only one purpose—to attack. These exotic Chinese weapons became doubly deadly in the hands of some of the world’s most skilled assassins. Many Kung Fu weapons are incredibly brutal, like metal-link whips or sickle-shaped spears. Others are ingeniously lethal: miniature swords disguised as tobacco pipes, fans edged with razor-sharp blades, and poison-tipped arrows hidden in the wearer’s sleeve. Even common chopsticks can become savage weapons in the hands of a Kung Fu master. And while swinging rope darts could pulverize an opponent’s skull, the most terrifying weapon of all—the legendary flying guillotine—could decapitate an enemy entirely. This countdown reveals the ten deadliest Kung Fu weapons of all time, uncovering the dark secrets of their creation and leading up to the unbelievable story of the ultimate Chinese killing machine.

Thatcher Pennywhistle - 2008-11-23
The False History Channel
boba. - 2008-11-23
did anyone watch the like 3 episodes of the method and red show before it was cancelled? in one method man was wearing a shower cap the whole episode and threw it at someone in an imitation flying guillotine shot, it was awesome.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-11-23
My head is going to explode from all this goodness...thank you wuxia.
Goethe and ernie - 2008-11-23
Must dig out FFG albums postshaste.
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