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Movie Review – The Age of Shadows (2016)

6 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Age of Shadows, 2016.

Directed by Kim Jee-woon.

Starring Lee Jung-chool, Um Tae-goo, Yoo Gong, Byung-hun Lee, and Han Ji-min.

Synopsis:

Set in the late 1920s, The Age of Shadows follows the cat-and-mouse game that unfolds between a group of resistance fighters trying to bring in explosives from Shanghai to destroy key Japanese facilities in Seoul, and Japanese agents trying to stop them. A talented Korean-born Japanese police officer, who was previously in the independence movement himself, is thrown into a dilemma between the demands of his reality and the instinct to support a greater cause.

Kim Jee-woon’s The Age of Shadows sees the prolific South Korean director return to his homeland for a brand new action thriller following his brief 2013 excursion to Hollywood for the Arnie comeback vehicle, The Last Stand.  The director – who is legendary among aficionados of Asian genre cinema after a handful of masterpieces »

- Kieran Fisher

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Berlin: Finecut Adds ‘Glass Garden,’ ‘True Fiction’

9 February 2017 10:02 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Finecut, Korea’s leading indie sales firm, is giving market premieres in Berlin’s European Film Market to two titles with strong festival potential for later this year.

The company is launching “Glass Garden” a mystery fantasy directed by Shin Su-won. She previously gained festival credibility with Pluto” which appeared in Berlin’s Generation 14 Plus section in 2013, and 2015 effort “Madonna,” which debuted in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard.

The film is the story of an oddball bioenergetics researcher who is befriended by a novelist who uncovers the woman’s secret while writing and story about her. Currently in post-production, the film stars Moon Geun-young (“The Throne,” “A Tale of Two Sisters”) as the scientist and Kim Tae-hun (“Roaring Currents,” “The Man From Nowhere”) as the writer.

Finecut has also boarded suspense thriller “True Fiction.” The film is presented by Peppermint&company, the production company behind “I Saw The Devil” and “New World. »

- Patrick Frater

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Finecut adds 'Glass Garden', 'True Fiction' to sales slate

9 February 2017 9:59 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

South Korean sales company picks up fantasy mystery by Shin Su-won and suspense thriller by Kim Jin-mook.

South Korea’s Finecut has added two new titles to its Berlin Europeam Film Market (Efm) slate – fantasy mystery Glass Garden, from Pluto director Shin Su-won, and Kim Jin-mook’s suspense thriller True Fiction.

Glass Garden [pictured] tells the story of a bioenergetics researcher who can communicate with trees and retreats into the forest following a romantic disappointment. Moon Geun-young (A Tale Of Two Sisters) plays the researcher, while Kim Tae-hoon (The Man From Nowhere) plays an author who is inspired to write a novel about her.

Shin’s Pluto premiered at Berlin in Generation 14 plus in 2013, while another of her films Madonna premiered at Cannes in 2015.

Debut director Kim Jin-mook’s True Fiction follows an illicit relationship between a powerful female politician and her son-in-law.

Currently in post-production, the film is produced by Peppermint & Company, which has credits »

- lizshackleton@gmail.com (Liz Shackleton)

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Horror Highlights: Q&A with Dead West Director Jeff Ferrell, Rings, The Burningmoore Deaths

6 February 2017 8:37 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

“Revenge never dies” in Dead West, the new film from writer/director Jeff Ferrell. And with the road trip revenge thriller coming out on DVD via Rlj Entertainment this Tuesday, we caught up with Ferrell for our latest Q&A feature. In today’s Horror Highlights, we also have photos from last week’s Los Angeles fan screening of Rings and the trailer and release details for The Burningmoore Deaths.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Jeff. How and when did you first come up with the idea for Dead West?

Jeff Ferrell: The idea for Dead West was born during the shooting of my first movie, Ghostlight. One night after filming, I was with the lead actor, Brian Sutherland, in his hotel room. We were drinking beers and throwing ideas around, when he suddenly said, “I really wanna play a serial killer. Write »

- Derek Anderson

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Feature: The Rise of South Korean Horror Cinema

24 January 2017 10:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Something strange is happening in South Korea. While Hollywood is churning out dismal remakes and teen-friendly jump scare franchise films, South Korea, for the past decade or so, has been producing intelligent, highly-original and truly effective horror films – including monster movies, zombie thrillers and nerve-shattering psychological mysteries.

The latest is The Wailing, a scary and sometimes funny supernatural epic that mixes police procedural with terrifying occult horror to devastating effect. The film features a bumbling cop investigating a spate of killings that may or may not be linked to a strange man living in the woods, and is packed with incredible set pieces and shocking twists – cementing South Korea’s growing reputation for world class horror. Here are some more that will turn you into a SoKo horrorphile…

R-Point (2004)

A Vietnam war film featuring a platoon of ghosts, this is a genuinely creepy and atmospheric horror film directed by Kong Su-chang, »

- Phil Wheat

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Giveaway – Win The Wailing on DVD

21 January 2017 1:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the DVD release of The Wailing, available on DVD from 30th January, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment!

South Korean box office smash, The Wailing, is a riveting police investigation which turns into a sensationally terrifying thriller as a likeable cop is drawn into a nightmarish hunt for a source of pure evil disturbing his quiet, rural village.

Out of his depth, local police officer Jong-goo investigates a spate of killings, as well as an outbreak of madness seemingly connected to the recent arrival of a mysterious Japanese man who resides in the outskirts of the village. What’s more, he is horrified to discover his young daughter may have fallen under the stranger’s curse.

Jong-goo calls on a charismatic shaman to free his daughter from the stranger’s dangerous influence, but the shaman’s intense exorcism ritual threatens to worsen the situation… »

- Gary Collinson

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Competition: Win South Korean horror ‘The Wailing’ on DVD

20 January 2017 10:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

To celebrate the DVD release of The Wailing, available on DVD from 30th January, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment!

South Korean box office smash, The Wailing, is a riveting police investigation which turns into a sensationally terrifying thriller as a likeable cop is drawn into a nightmarish hunt for a source of pure evil disturbing his quiet, rural village.

Out of his depth, local police officer Jong-goo investigates a spate of killings, as well as an outbreak of madness seemingly connected to the recent arrival of a mysterious Japanese man who resides in the outskirts of the village. What’s more, he is horrified to discover his young daughter may have fallen under the stranger’s curse.

Jong-goo calls on a charismatic shaman to free his daughter from the stranger’s dangerous influence, but the shaman’s intense exorcism ritual threatens to worsen the situation… »

- Phil Wheat

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The 10 Korean Films You Should Be Watching in 2017

1 January 2017 3:02 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

2017 is shaping up to be a special year for Korean Cinema. Featuring films from directors Ryoo Seung-Wan (Veteran), Won Shin-yeon (The Suspect) and  films from Choi Min-Sik (Oldboy, I Saw The Devil), Song Kang-ho (Age of Shadows) , Lee Byung-hun and Ha Jung-Woo.

Here are 10 films we think you should be keeping an eye out for

Battleship Island (literal title)

Director: Ryoo Seung-wan (Veteran, 2015)

Distributor: Cj Entertainment

Cast: Hwang Jung-minSo Ji-sub, Song Joong-ki

Plot:

During the Japanese colonial era, roughly 400 Korean people, who were forced onto Battleship Island to mine for coal, attempt to escape.

Lee Kang-ok (played by Hwang Jung-min) is a bandmaster at Kyungsung Hotel. He decides to go to Japan to protect his daughter, but he is drafted into Battleship Island by force, being deceived by talk to send him to Japan. On Battleship Island, he does anything to protect his daughter.

Choi Chil-sung (So Ji-sub »

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