Tag: Jun Ji-hyun
The sassy girl Jun Ji-hyun takes a left turn from out of control girl in romantic comedies to playing a woman with narcolepsy who sees her babies die in front of her. Nothing is cheery, melodramatic or quirky anymore in the psychological horror movie The Uninvited from 2003. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn.
00m 00s – Intro/horror in South Korean cinema.
36m 14s – The career of director Lee Soo-yun and discussion of Jun Ji-hyun’s career at the time (2003).
44m 16s – The Uninvited review.
The debut of the new show on the Podcast On Fire Network, follow Stoo and company through the love, hate, ups and downs of Korean Cinema during the next 6 episodes! This first entry focuses on Kwak-Jae-young’s 2001 romantic comedy My Sassy Girl. Also, Stoo, Ken and special guests Martin Cleary from New Korean Cinema (newkoreancinema.com) and Rufus L de Rham from our friends at VCinema (vcinemashow.com) and cineAWESOME! (cineawesome.com) cover their first discovery of Korean cinema! It’s all done under 2 hours!
The June issue of Impact hits the shelves this week, and while ‘Terminator Salvation’ might dominate the cover, its a very strong Eastern issue this month. As ‘Blood the Last Vampire’ gets ready to hit screens around the world, we talk to leading lady Gianna Jun (Jun Ji-hyun) and several Western stunt fighters who worked on the movie. As ‘Red Cliff’ hits the UK we talk to John Woo about the project and look back at classic Woo moments, we examine the current wave of Japanese femme fatale action movies including ‘Hard Revenge Milly’, “High Kick Girl” and more while the cast and crew of UK Indie actioner ‘Ten Dead Men’ look back on the eve of the films UK release, we take a first look at what to expect from ‘The Expendables’ and much more.Hard copies, digital editions, back issues etc can be ordered from ImpactActionMovieMagazine
The next Cast From The Past (a series of shows lost from our iTunes feed and website) from 2008 features Mike Banner only. As part of the 1 year celebration and in honor of Stoo’s solo episode that started Podcast On Fire, Mike does one of his own. Talking last Korean movies watched while also dedicating topics and movies to his fellow co-hosts. There’s also lists.
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