Posts Tagged ‘South Korea’

What’s Korean Cinema? 34 – The Wailing

The director of The Chaser and The Yellow Sea is back, this time with a long, horror movie that was one of the big hitters of Korean cinema in 2016. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Na Hong-jin’s career so far
34m 21s – The Wailing review

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What’s Korean Cinema? 33 – A Bloodthirsty Killer

The black and white mindbender of 1965? Lee Yong-min’s career may be hard to research but his nightmare fuel in the form A Bloodthirsty Killer was thankfully discovered and now Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid review it as well talk of the career of the director.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Lee Yong-min biography & discussion
38m 13s – A Bloodthirsty Killer review

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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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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.

Running Times: 

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

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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 31: Members Only Archive Dusted #10

Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) out of Podcast On Fire 32, 35 (available in the Cast From The Past archive) and 36 (available here) from 2008 with Stoo, Kenny B and Mike Banner. This collection feature tangents and outtakes concerning last movies watched (including Kiki’s Delivery Service and several Shawn Yue movies), Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and condoms included with dvd-purchases.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 30 – The Handmaiden

For the 30th episode of What’s Korean Cinema, we return to reviewing something from the cannon of one of the key figures out of the early millenium new wave Korean cinema: Park Chan-wook. But he has proven to be of value to the scene even today and we’ll be looking at is his 2016 erotic thriller The Handmaiden.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Park Chan-wook biography & discussion/The Handmaiden production background.
27m 08s – The Handmaiden review

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