Posts Tagged ‘Korean’

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 37: Seoul Station

Kenny B and Paul Quinn extend their Train To Busan-coverage by talking of Yeon Sang-ho’s possibly connected and animated zombie movie Seoul Station.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 32 – Train To Busan

How do you get good critical notices and audience-appeal working the crowded zombie genre? Well, you make a good one. That’s what Yeon Sang-ho did with 2016’s Train To Busan. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

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00m 00s – Yeon Sang-ho biography & discussion
33m 25s – Train To Busan review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 31 – The Road To Sampo

We talk of a director and his last movie before passing away at a young age. But we also talk of a director that was so revered and still is so we’ll have a meaty bio and discussion about what made Lee Man-hee so admired as well as reviewing his last movie The Road To Sampo. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

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00m 00s – Lee Man-hee biography & discussion
54m 08s – The Road To Sampo review

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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