Posts Tagged ‘korea’

  • Host, The (2006)

    April 13, 2008 • Film, Reviews, TrailersComments Off on Host, The (2006)

    Bong Joon-ho's The Host is the best kind of genre film, a movie that delivers the conventions audiences expect from a horror flick while also offering surprising new variations on the formula.

  • Cyborg Invasion

    June 14, 2007 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on Cyborg Invasion

    PARK Chan-wook, whose megaviolent revenge saga “Old boy” influenced the man who killed 32 people at Virginia Tech in April, has a new movie, but it is not likely to set off any latent loonie. by V.A. Musetto That’s because the

  • An Odd Couple

    June 3, 2005 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on An Odd Couple

    3-IRON (‘Bin-jip’, Korea, 2004, colour), Directed by Ki-duk Kim and starring Seung-yeon Lee, Hee Jae, Hyuk-ho Kwon, Jin-mo Ju and Jeong-ho Choi. Anamorphic widescreen transfer, 90 min. In Korean with optional Korean and English sutbtitles. Extras

  • Korean TV dramas

    August 12, 2004 • Film, NewsComments Off on Korean TV dramas

    “Autumn Fable” and “Winter Sonata,” the two local TV dramas which have been leading the Korean Wave in Asia, will be broadcast throughout the Middle East, including Egypt and Iraq, beginning Saturday. Korean Culture & Content by

  • Reel Rewind

    May 5, 2003 • Film, NewsComments Off on Reel Rewind

    2000: A year of profits and accolades for Korean films. Korea Now The incredible success of Korea’s film industry in 1999 was called many things – historic, miraculous, surprising – but not trendsetting. After all, “Swiri,” the

  • World’s interest in Korean films

    March 23, 2003 • FilmComments Off on World’s interest in Korean films

    When the international sales and marketing team at KangJeGyu Films set up booths at the American Film Market in Los Angeles last month, it hoped to attract buyers for its film “Over the Rainbow” and some investment for new project, “Tae Kuk