Posts Tagged ‘VCinema’
Japan On Fire continues with anime but temporarily aborts the Studio Ghibli season for the start of the tale of Mamoru Oshii, director of Ghost In The Shell, Patlabor and Avalon. Ken and special guest Coffin Jon from VCinema talk of Oshii’s career, why he divides even fans of his work and in the second hour try and provide their interpretation of the Oshii 1985 anime Angel’s Egg. Also remember to check out our bonus episode featuring a review of the Australian Z-grade sci-fi movie In The Aftermath. It does connect to Angel’s Egg quite a bit as a matter of fact.
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Kyung-Taek Kwak’s epic friend- and gangster saga Friend (2001) is the subject for the third episode of What’s Korean Cinema? Listen in to hear Stoo, Ken and special guests Martin Cleary from New Korean Cinema (newkoreancinema.com), Paul Quinn from Hangul Celluloid (hangulcelluloid.com) and Rufus L de Rham from VCinema (vcinemashow.com), cineAWESOME! (cineawesome.com) discuss the careeers of the cast & crew and ultimately their (somewhat varied) opinions of the film. It’s a round table discussion worth sitting through at 2 hours in length!
Running times for the show segments:
00m 00s – Intro/background
18m 47s – Cast
41m 50s – Paul Quinn
45m 17s – Friend review
70m 50s – Rufus L de Rham
78m 32s – SPOILER discussion
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We had the pleasure and honor recently to be on the VCinema podcast to discuss our MOVIE origins. What got us onto the path of Asian movie fandom, leading into writing and podcasting etc? Join Coffin Jon, Josh, Stoo and Ken for 2 hours of FUN history. Click link below or image above to hear the show!
Stoo, Ken and special guests Rufus L de Rham from VCinema (vcinemashow.com), cineAWESOME! (cineawesome.com) and Martin Cleary from New Korean Cinema (newkoreancinema.com) dive deep into the war-comedy-drama Welcome To Dongmakgol. Korean cinema needs 2 hours. So do we.
Episode 2 of What’s Korean Cinema? is also the contribution by the Podcast On Fire Network to the 2011 Korean Blogathon that is starting today and is co-hosted by our special guests Rufus and Martin! Please visit and support it and you’ll experience views from all over the web about Korean cinema for an entire week. And who knows, you might find some new writers and even podcasts to bookmark for the future. So thank you to anyone who found us via the blogathon!
It’s that time of year when you invite guests around to your humble abode and that’s what Stoo done this Christmas! Coffin Jon and Rufus from the VCinema Podcast join Stoo for a count down of the top 5 movies they each enjoyed this year! That’s all! What else do you need to know? It’s like 2AM!! Listen to the show, enjoy and from Everyone at Podcast on Fire, we wish you a Safe and Merry Christmas and we hope to see/hear from you all in the New Year!
The VCinema podcast are holding a film screening next Friday in San Francisco at the Viz Cinema. They are showing the live-action manga flick; Kamui: The Lone Ninja. My review of the movies on the site if your interested. Anyway if you want more concrete details, VCinema have your back.
We’ve reached another pivotal point in Jackie’s career, the 90s, and the decade that would define his worldwide status to a HUGE degree. Featuring a focus on specifically Drunken Master II and Rumble In The Bronx, Stoo and Ken are also joined by action actor, fight choreographer and action director Chris Jones (http://www.chrisjonesaction.co.uk/) throughout the show. Also interspersed into various parts of the show are contributions from fellow podcasts VCinema, East Screen/West Screen, Joey Leung of Terracotta Distribution plus past guests Brian Kirby (http://www.briankirby.net/) and author John Kreng who all share their thoughts on favourite Jackie Chan movie of the 90s.
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