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Trailer for Korean Film “The Witch: Part 1. Subversion”

Park Hoon-jung is known for his fast-paced, male-centric screenplays and action-packed directorials. His latest film, “The Witch: Part 1. Subversion”, is the first time he has a central female protagonist.


10 years ago, Ja-yoon escaped from a government facility in the midst of an inexplicable incident by herself and lost all her memory. An old couple takes her in even though she doesn’t know her name or age. She grows up to be a bright high school student and enters a nationally televised audition program to win the top prize and help her struggling family out. As soon as she appears on TV strange people start appearing in her life. A man named ‘Nobleman’ constantly roams around her, in addition to ‘Dr. Baek’ and ‘Mr. Choi’ who have been searching for her since her disappearance. Ja-yoon’s life falls into turmoil as they turn her seemingly ordinary life upside down
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‘In-rang: The Wolf Brigade’ Trailer: Kim Jee-woon Adapts the Acclaimed Manga

‘In-rang: The Wolf Brigade’ Trailer: Kim Jee-woon Adapts the Acclaimed Manga
Maybe Hollywood has a problem adapting beloved anime and manga properties, but it looks like South Korea won’t. The latest movie from acclaimed director Jee-Woon Kim is a remake of a classic manga series that has already seen three successful Japanese adaptations. The title is probably best known […]

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‘In-rang: The Wolf Brigade’ Trailer: ‘I Saw The Devil’ Filmmaker Returns With His Own Summer Blockbuster

Korean filmmaker Jee-Woon Kim, best known for “The Good the Bad the Weird,” “A Tale of Two Sisters,” and “I Saw the Devil,” brings us a “Mission: Impossible“-esque action movie set it in the future. The film, “In-rang: The Wolf Brigade,” is an adaptation of a popular Japanese series, and looks to have a different take on the popular source material.

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Awesome Full Trailer For The Futuristic Action Thriller Jin-roh: The Wolf Brigade From Director Kim Jee-woon

An awesome full international trailer has been released for the upcoming futuristic action crime thriller Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade. The Korean film comes from director Kim Jee-woon, who previously directed the films I Saw The DevilThe Good the Bad the Weird, and The Last Stand. Jee-woon has made some pretty hardcore and wild movies and this next film of his looks so good! The trailer is in Korean and I have no idea what anyone is saying but it still looks like it could be a badass film!

The film is a new adaptation of the popular Mamoru Oshii manga. The story is set in the near future, "the film takes place in a world where the governments of South and North Korea are on the cusp of reunification, following seven years of preparation. When demonstrations opposing the unification turn more violent, a special police force is formed to combat them.
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Awesome Full Trailer for Kim Jee-woon's Live-Action 'Jin-Roh' Movie

Finally! Warner Bros Korea has debuted the first full-length international trailer for In-rang, a live-action adaptation of the Japanese anime Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade. This is the latest film made by talented filmmaker Kim Jee-woon adapting a very popular, very awesome anime into a live-action film. They've adapted the story to be set in Korea in the future, in a time where North and South Korea are about to merge. The South Korean police launch a special unit known as "The Wolf Brigade" to stop an anti-reunification terrorist group. The original anime is known as one of the best animes ever, up there with Akira, and this looks like an exciting live-action version that's very close to the original. The cast is lead by Gang Dong-won, Han Hyo-joo, Jung Woo-sung, with Kim Mu-yeol, Choi Min-ho, Han Ye-ri, Shin Eun-soo, and Choi Jin-ho. ...
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Trailer for Upcoming Korean Film “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” aka “In-rang”

South Korean director Kim Jee-woon has finally completed the live-action/remake based on Mamoru Oshii’s manga series, “Kerberos Panzer Cop” which has already had two live-action adaptations (“The Red Spectacles” in 1987 and “StrayDog: Kerberos Panzer Cops” in 1991), and one anime adaptation (Hiroyuki Okiura’s “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” in 1999).

His new film is called “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” aka “In-rang” and Warner Bros. has just released a new trailer for it.


In the year 2029 a special police unit has been created to maintain the order between South and North Korea while the two countries are about to create a unified government after 5 years of negotiations. Protests and demonstrations, pro and anti the new government, become fierce and the titular special force will have to confront the terrorist group known as The Sect, opposing the unification.

Starring Gang Dong-Won, Han Hyo-Joo, Kim Moo-Yul, and Han Ye-Ri, it’s due
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Cool Teaser Trailer For Futuristic Korean Action Film Jin-roh: The Wolf Brigade From The Director of I Saw The Devil

I've got a cool little teaser trailer here worth checking out for an upcoming Korean futuristic action thriller Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade. The movie comes from director Kim Jee-woon, who previously directed I Saw The DevilThe Good the Bad the Weird, and The Last Stand. It's been a couple of years since he's made a movie and this one certainly looks interesting! I love this guy's movies so I'm definitely excited about watching this!

The film is an adaptation of the popular Mamoru Oshii manga. This isn't the first time it was adapted, though. In 1999 there was a feature-length anime film.

The story is set in the near future, "the film takes place in a world where the governments of South and North Korea are on the cusp of reunification, following seven years of preparation. When demonstrations opposing the unification turn more violent, a special police force is formed to combat them.
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Cool Trailer For The Korean Supernatural Action Thriller Witch

I've got an awesome trailer for you to watch today for a cool looking supernatural action thriller from Korea called Witch. The story centers on a teenage girl who, "after premature memory loss and a violent upbringing, finds herself in a situation where she must fight against dark and unknown assailants."

The movie was directed by Park Hoon-jung who previously directed the film New World and also wrote the twisted script for I Saw the Devil. This next film of his looks great! There are some great films that come out of South Korea. I love what I'm seeing in this first trailer for Witch and it definitely perked my interest. 

The film stars Park Hee-soon, who previously worked with Hoon-jung on VIP, as well as Kim Da-mi and Choi Woo-sik. There's no information on when we might see this film, but I'll be looking forward to watching it. 

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First Trailer for ‘Witch,’ from ‘New World’ Director Park Hoon-jung

From acclaimed Korean director Park Hoon-jung (New World director, I Saw the Devil writer), Witch is the newest addition to his line-up of action-thriller films. Witch tells the story of a girl who, after premature memory loss and a violent upbringing, finds herself in a situation where she must fight against dark and unknown assailants.

The first trailer boasts the necessary cadences of a successful thriller; we already know that Hoon-jung feels comfortable within this genre. Interestingly enough, however, the trailer also suggests that the film may incorporate supernatural elements into its narrative, as the title may suggest. The film stars Park Hee-soon, who has previously worked with Hoon-jung on VIP, as well as Kim Da-mi and Choi Woo-sik.

While there are no current domestic distribution plans, it will arrive in June in South Korea. See the trailer and poster below.
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First Look at Jee-woon Kim's Live Action Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade

Guys! Jee-Woon Kim, the Korean director of I Saw the Devil, and The Good the Bad and the Weird has a new live-action of adaptation of of Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade. I don't know if it's a remake of Hiroyuki Okiura's 1999 anime or more faithful to the manga but with Kim in the director's chair it should be pretty good.

A couple posters have emerged for the film which comes out July in South Korea. check them out below.


Set in the distant future where both North and South Koreas agree to establish a joint government, which has been in preparation for a du
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Film Review: V.I.P. (2017) by Park Hoon-jung

Park Hoon-jung is better known for writing the screenplays for “I Saw the Devil” & “The Unjust”. Although his directional debut “The Showdown” in 2011 was overlooked, he bounced back with “New World” in 2013 and “The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale” in 2015. Both movies starred Chio Min-shik and were commercially successful. Now he returns with another crime thriller, which is also the third co-production of Warner Brothers and South Korea.

V.I.P.” is a complete crime thriller concerning a North Korean serial killer who defected to the South and consequently was hunted by not only a North Korean agent, the local police and the National Intelligence Service but also the CIA. This killer is also the son of a high-ranking general from the North, accordingly making him untouchable since he can do whatever he pleases. With the help of his goons, they rape, torture their victims, drug them, taking photos and video of their acts,
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Giveaway – Win New World on Dual Format

Eureka Entertainment’s Montage Pictures releases New World, a slick edge-of-your-seat thriller, in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition this coming Monday, January 15th 2018, and we have three copies to give away. Read on for details of how to enter…

After receiving much acclaim for his screenplays for both Kim Jee-woon’s I Saw the Devil and Ryoo Seung-wan’s The Unjust, Park Hoon-jung made the transition to directing and with New World, established himself as one of South Korea’s finest directors.

When the chairman of South Korea’s largest crime syndicate is killed in mysterious circumstances, a complex and violent struggle for power takes place between the three most powerful figures in the Korean underworld. Meanwhile the police, led by section chief Kang (Choi Min-sik, Oldboy), have established operation “New World”, in an attempt to weaken the syndicate even further. However, Kang’s inside man, Ja-sung (played by
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St. Louis: Win Passes to an Advance Screening of ‘The Shape Of Water’

Guillermo del Toro is one of my favorite modern directors. He won me over when I saw The Devil’s Backbone at the St. Louis International Film Festival in the early 2000’s. Guillermo’s latest film, The Shape of Water, will be released on December 15th and we have some passes to giveaway to our readers to check it out early.

From master story teller, Guillermo del Toro, comes The Shape Of Water – an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1963. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. Rounding out the cast are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Doug Jones.

Screening is on Monday, December 11th at 7Pm.

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Giveaway – Win The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale

Eureka Entertainment releases The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale, a singular, epic story of loss and redemption from director Park Hoon-jung, on DVD & Blu-ray from 6 November 2017, and we have three copies to give away on Blu-ray!

Following a tragic accident involving the loss of his beloved wife, renowned hunter Man-duk (Choi Min-sik, Oldboy, Lucy) has retired his rifle and become a humble herb gatherer limping amongst his cherished mountains with his son. But with the arrival of Japanese soldiers determined to find a legendary great tiger, Man-duk finds himself pulled into one final hunt for his own personal redemption and closure.

Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea, a period when Korean tigers are being hunted to extinction, The Tiger is a breathtaking action adventure from one of Korea’s finest writer-directors, Park Hoon-jung (New World, I Saw the Devil).

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Korea’s Lee Byung-hun Sets Deal With Sony Television

Bh Entertainment, the talent agency established by top Korean star Lee Byung-hun (“Red,” “G.I. Joe”), has struck a development deal with Sony Pictures Television International Production. The deal is intended to lead to Korean and U.S. adaptations, remakes and original shows for both the Korean and North American markets.

Lee, who is both a critical and commercial star within Korea, has credits that include “Masquerade,” “I Saw the Devil,” “Joint Security Area” and “Inside Men” He will earn a producer credit on all joint Bh Entertainment and Spt projects.

“Together with Sony we look forward to making innovative projects that will further the exchange of creativity not only with talented writers, directors, and producers but also serve as a platform for actors to be able to work on a global level,” said Lee in a prepared statement.

“South Korean drama is of increasing interest to Sony’s International Production team. Given the quality
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Terrifying New Trailer for The Film Ghost House Kept Me Awake at Night

Let me paint you a story. I'm a writer for Geektyrant.com. It's late, but I know I want to get some articles written and help contribute. I find a trailer for a new movie called Ghost House. Cool! I like scary movies! How bad can it be? Well, Since watching the trailer, I have turned on all my lights and have moved to a place where I can run out of my house quickly if needs be, and no, I don't plan on going to sleep anytime soon. Like Ever.

The movie looks terrifying. Maybe because it's late, maybe because the monster in this has a thing for jump scares, maybe it's this new anti-stress medicine I'm on. Maybe it's you. But this thing has given me the hebejebes.

It starts kinda scary with girl running through a street. Fine. Creepy lady comes for her and it's creepy, but
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Review: Memoir Of A Murderer Forgets to Untangle Its Intriguing Premise

Just two weeks after V.I.P., Korean cinemas are getting another twist on the serial killer story with Won Shin-yeon's new work Memoir of a Murderer, based on a 2013 novel by celebrated writer Kim Young-ha. Its name evokes the greatest Korean serial killer thriller of them all (though the Korean title actually translates to A Murderer's Guide to Memorization), but this cat-and-mouse murder mystery and Alzheimer's drama combo shares more in common with Kim Jee-woon's I Saw the Devil. From a young age, Byeong-soo channeled his murderous desires by mostly targeting bad people but he's hasn't killed in over a decade. Recently he's begun to suffer from Alzheimer's, which has led him to start writing a diary of his life before he forgets. He lives...

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Watch: Teaser Trailer For Lee Byung-hun’s ‘Namhansanseong Fortress’

It’s finally out! A few images and bits of information had been trickling out from the sets of this much-anticipated period epic, but the makers have finally decided to unveil the first trailer of Namhansanseong Fortress. And it looks spectacular.

The film is directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, who makes his foray into yet another new genre after 2011’s dark and challenging The Crucible (Silenced) and 2013’s comedy Miss Granny. Starring in key roles are Lee Byung-hun (Inside Men, I Saw the Devil), Kim Yoon-seok (The Priests), Park Hae-il (The Last Princess), Go Soo, Park Hee-soon and Jo Woo-jin.

Lee Byung-hun in Namhansanseong Fortress (2017)

The film is set during the Second Manchu invasion of Korea of 1636, when the newly established Manchu Qing dynasty invaded Korea’s Joseon kingdom. During the invasion, King Injo, the 16th Joseon king, and his retainers were forced to seek refuge in the fortress located in the mountain city of Namhansanseong.
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Crime Action Film V.I.P. To Open In August, Releases First Poster & Trailer

Warner Brothers Korea has just announced that the new film V.I.P. will hit theaters in August 2017. Fans have been waiting for some news on this crime action flick starring Jang Dong-gun, Kim Myung-min, Park Hee-soon and Lee Jong-suk ever since shooting for the film ended in January after schedules at multiple locations including South Korea, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Updated on 12th July to add trailer


V.I.P. is the latest offering from director Park Hoon-jung, who is known for his films New World (2013) and The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale (2015), and for the screenplays of I Saw The Devil (2010) and The Unjust (2010).

The makers also released the first official poster for the film along with the announcement. The striking minimal image shows all four lead actors with very tense expressions, including Lee Jong-suk, who plays the titular V.I.P.

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