I'm a die-hard fan of old Kung Fu movies. Be them fuhrreal classics like Enter the Dragon... cult classics like Shaolin Master Killer... or badly done no-name flicks distributed by the Shaw Bros. While i love newer Martial Arts movies (seriously, John Woo's newest film... the 4 and a half hour long, Red Cliff is INCREDIBLE)... i think directors, like Tsui Hark, in the 80's and 90's legitimized the genre into 'serious movies' via-once upon a time in china.... while the campy-ness of the 70's/80's flicks were much of what made them so amazing! So, with this (http://www.deadline.com/2010/05/uni...kung-fu-extravaganza-the-man-with-iron-fists/) announcement, i'm pretty stoaked! I still have a BUNCH of early 90's VHS versions of classic Kung Fu movies with intros by the Wu. They know their kung fu... ESPECIALLY Rza (who's done soundtracks for other martial arts films, like Ong Bak and Ghost Dog...). So, i'm pretty stoaked about this. Any other old-school kung fu fans out there?