Review By: Bill Graham KUNG FU KILLER, which may or may not arrive for your viewing pleasure under the title Kung Fu Jungle, is the latest martial arts vehicle for perpetual action star Donnie Yen. The film revolves around Yen’s character Hahou Mo who is stuck in prison for murder when a sudden string of crimes attracts his attention. Someone is knocking off martial arts … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Kung Fu Killer” starring Donnie Yen has a few twists thrown in to keep it a bit different from the standard fare
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Review by: Mut Asheru CATS AND DOGS (그 강아지 그 고양이) is an indie Korean romantic-comedy directed by Min Byung-Woo (민병우). Tagged to be Korea’s and the worlds’ first feature length film shot entirely with an iPhone4s. Hey, we’re all for the green initiative but how does that work in regards to movies and camera angles? Well, I’m happy to say in the case of CATS AND DOGS it … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘Cats and Dogs’…good movie made for the heart, from the heart…entirely with an iPhone4s
Review By: Christopher J. Wheeler Bang Eun-jin’s 2012 thriller PERFECT NUMBER (aka “Suspect X”) claimed a respectable $1.5M in admissions during its run in Korean theaters late last year. The film stars the versatile superstar Ryoo Seung-beom as Seok-go, a soft-spoken mathematical genius who crafts the perfect plot to help wash the blood off of his neighbor's hands. This, … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Perfect Number”…a film about a soft-spoken mathematical psychopath genius, love and murder
Review By: C.J. Wheeler (firstname.lastname@example.org) Jeon Soo-il’s intriguing and cathartic psychological drama PINK (핑크) is dreamy and delightful. This independent Korean film made its debut at the 16th Busan International Film, and comes strongly recommended for those seeking perhaps a different shade of seduction when in comes to contemporary Korean cinema. Far from the … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘Pink’ by Director Jeon Soo-il – intriguing and cathartic psychological drama
Review By: Christopher J. Wheeler His face is covered with a white mask, his head by a maroon fisherman’s hat. He’s quick, skilled in close quarter combat and seems to, at this moment, have the upper hand over detective Choi (Jeong Jae-yeong). After slitting the throat of the woman whose store they burst through, a chase ensues. The city’s maze-like windings and bends are … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘Confession of Murder’ – what would happen if a killer came into the spotlight and laid claim to his deviant acts?