This is a non-spoiler review of “Train to Busan” starring Yoo Gong, Yoo-mi Jung, Dong-seok Ma, and more!
Writer/director Lee Won-tae introduces a corrupt city at the whim of a sophisticated serial killer while a broken gangster and a cop with a short-fuse temper attempt to join forces to capture him. Starring Ma Dong-seok, Kim Mu-yeol, and Kim Sung-kyu.
A horror fable about social status. Train to Busan is horrible and hilarious at the same time. It's a terrifying idea and it's difficult not to think of Snowpiercer as an influence. A frantic train ride.
Do you know your different religions well enough to spot all the clues in this Korean horror story about good vs evil? Even if you don't, you might still take something away from movie.
Check out this list covering 100 of the best old classic Indian movies. Get a short review along with some rare images collected from around the Internet.
Unless you have a really strong stomach for gore, rape, and the downright gruesome, you might want to give these 7 Hong Kong 80s exploitation movies a miss.
Based on the long running manga by Naoki Urasawa, 20th Century Boys is a mediocre transition from the page to the big screen but there are some high points. Friend is generally pretty awesome, the music is great, and there are a couple of stand out performances.
A brief bio of Hong Kong's legendary Shaw Brothers Studios along with recommendations and reviews of 10 classic Shaw Brothers' films.
The Vengeance Trilogy consists of three critically-acclaimed films that made their mark in Korean cinema. They are independent of each other but share the same theme—revenge and retribution—and flawless direction from the award winning Korean director, Park Chanwook.
7 must-watch Chinese movies that will give you a historical, cultural, or spiritual glimpse of China.
A comparison of Hollywood and Bollywood movies is made, using the movie Kites as a reference. A review of the Hollywood and Bollywood version of the movie Kites is included, and a discussion of sex in Hindi films.
This article analyzes the cinematography of Ozu's Tokyo Story and how it reflects the historical period of post-WWII Japan.