Posts Tagged ‘Korean’

What’s Korean Cinema? 29 – Mother And A Guest

From Shin Sang-ok, our legendary man that would end up in North Korea making movies has made low budget crime films, enticing horror and now from 1961, we get a black and white romance called Mother And A Guest.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Shin Sang-ok biography & discussion
27m 14s – Mother And A Guest review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 24 – Lies

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Your hosts take you back to the controversy the little film Lies, about S & M, caused in 1999.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Lies-novel and author Jang Jung-il discussion
10m 57s – Jang Sun-woo biography & discussion/Lies-controversy
33m 17s – Lies review

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The Golden Ninja Podcast 9: Savior Of The Earth & Space Thunder Kids

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The evil forces of the Dark Emperor threaten the entire universe. It’s the ultimate battle between good and evil, freedom and oppression. Will the courage of a brave few be enough to win the day?

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What’s Korean Cinema? 18 – The Housemaid

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Eeeeeevil Korean woman, reprehensible humans beings, in black and white, through the eyes of director Kim Ki-young. this means, What’s Korean Cinema? takes you back to 1960 and The Housemaid. Cue lightning.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Kim Ki-young bio & discussion
40m 30s – The Housemaid review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 17 – Sopyonje

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Screaming and singing her heart out, set to a rhythm, a drum and a family drama underneath… it’s what’s depicted by legendary director Im Kwon-taek in Sopyonje from 1993.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/production background/Im Kwon-taek bio
30m 02s – Pansori background
33m 00s – Sopyonje review

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Podcast On Fire 190: Christmas Special 2014

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Part of the network crew gather for a relaxed, free for all roundtable centering around the participants bringing something Eastern and/or Western to the table. Donnie Yen is mentioned, former Superman, sexy Korean Christmas tales, Hallmark movies, cats and Japan flavoured… stuff. Kenny B, Paul Fox, Stewart Sutherland (Films And Swearing) and Paul Quinn (Hangul Celluloid) finish off the year at the network so thank you for listening and for your support in 2014!

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 20: General’s Son 2 & 3

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Kenny B and Paul Quinn finish off the trilogy.

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