Posts Tagged ‘Shin Sang Ok’
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.
00m 00s – Intro/Shin Sang-ok biography & discussion
27m 14s – Mother And A Guest review
Way before his kidnapping by Kim Jong-il or possible defection to North Korea, Shin Sang-ok honed his important voice in South Korean cinema and creating diverse work. Ranging from the gritty, documentary style thriller Flower In Hell to this widescreen period horror about a familiar trope and content within Korean film and TV. The fox spirit takes center stage in Thousand Years Old Fox from 1969. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn.
00m 00s – Intro/Movie- and genre background
23m 08s – Shin Sang-ok biography & discussion
37m 22s – Thousand Years Old Fox review
Past and future meets in this land of turmoil. A tale of ninja powers turned to evil. The evil ninja army spread death and terror throughout the city. He’s no ordinary man.
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