What’s Korean Cinema? 33 – A Bloodthirsty Killer

The black and white mindbender of 1965? Lee Yong-min’s career may be hard to research but his nightmare fuel in the form A Bloodthirsty Killer was thankfully discovered and now Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid review it as well talk of the career of the director.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Lee Yong-min biography & discussion
38m 13s – A Bloodthirsty Killer review

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What’s Korean Cinema? at Stitcher
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Watch A Bloodthirsty Killer on You Tube – KOFA
What’s Korean Cinema? 29 – Mother And A Guest
What’s Korean Cinema? 21 – Thousand Years Old Fox
What’s Korean Cinema? 18 – The Housemaid
Hangul Celluloid’s ‘The Red Shoes’ Introductory Film Talk at the KCCUK (23 Feb 2017)
The Lost Horrors of Korean Cinema: Lee Yong-min’s Lost Horror Legacy

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