Posts Tagged ‘Zombie’

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 210: Bio Zombie & Dream Home

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With special co-host Camie Chance, Kenny B takes you back to Ip Man director Wilson Yip’s humble beginnings, where he made… a zombie-movie?! Hong Kong’s rare dip into the genres comes in the form of Bio Zombie.  Also in the second half, despite Stoo and crew having covered the movie before, we discuss Pang Ho-cheung’s holy crap is it gory/social commentary/black comedy Dream Home.

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