Posts Tagged ‘Lee Byung-Hun’

Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 38: Members Only Archive Dusted #15

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Japan On Fire 3, Podcast On Fire 51 and 52 with Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner from 2009, this collection feature tangents and outtakes concerning Royal Warriors, Henry Sanada and his teddybear, the perplexing end of King Of Comedy, the then latest Thai actioners and Ken praises Wong Kar-Wai. But only for a short while.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 7: A Bittersweet Life & I Saw The Devil

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Stoo, Easy A & Mass Moviecide UK’s Trevor return for What’s Korean Cinema #7 – More Hunky Buns (and more Kim Ji-wun love)! We discuss A Bittersweet Life and I Saw The Devil And Fucked Her. Wait, no sorry it’s I Saw the Devil from 2010. During the tea break, Stoo hops on the line with Paul Quinn from Hangul Celluloid to get his take on the films.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 6: The Good, The Bad And The Weird & The Last Stand

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Stoo and Andy team up with Mass Moviecide UK’s Trevor to discuss 2008’s The Good, The Bad And The Weird and 2013’s The Last Stand, both from director Kim Ji-wun!  Stoo also catches up with Korean Cinema guru Paul Quinn from Hangul Celluloid to gets his opinion on the double bill at hand. Stay tuned after the credits for off-mic and very off-topic banter from the crew!

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Podcast On Fire 90: LMW – Breakout From Oppression, Man From Nowhere, Bittersweet Life

It’s IFD tear time for Ken as per usual but as per usual focus lies less on the ninjas and more on the woman he’s grown to admire working Taiwan cinema through the eyes of IFD.  Speaking of admiration, it’s essentially also Lee Byung-hun day at Podcast On Fire! Beefcake!

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Addicted (2002)

Plot: Addicted tells the story of a married couple, Eun-su (Lee Mi-Yeon) and Ho-Jin (Lee Eol) and Ho Jin’s younger brother Dae-Jin (Lee Byung-Hun). Thier lives a thrown into turmoil when both Ho-Jin and Dae-Jin end up in separt car accidents.

Both in hospital, Dae-Jin wakes up from acoma, yet his older brother hasn’t. Whilst looking after Dae-Jin, Eun-su begins to notice Ho-Jin’s quailties in Dae-Jin. He even begins to admit that he is Ho-Jin, just that he’s trapped in Dae-Jins body. Eun-su finds it hard to believe, but after he reveals some of the deepest secrects shared between the couple, Eun-su begins to honestly belive that her husbands spirit is trapped inside her brother-in-law. Read the rest of this entry »

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