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The Gorehound's 50th Entry: Thoughts on Revenge Horror

Why should you care about revenge horror? Aren’t all horror movies the same? Just a bunch of teens getting hunted by a serial killer or monster? 597 more words


Movie Review: Lady Vengeance(2005)

Culture shock. This was one of, famous Korean director, Chang-wook Park‘s Vengeance trilogy: Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002); Oldboy (2003); and Lady Vengeance (2005). Park was also the director behind his North American debut of the 2013… 599 more words


The Vengeance Trilogy: Alienation and Communication in Society by Mr. Thinktank

The Vengeance Trilogy directed by Park Chan-wook evokes postmodernism filmmaking to demonstrate how revenge is born through the individual and society. Using language and alienation, Chan-wook demonstrates how vengeance can arise in various forms. 1,163 more words


The Demilitarized Soldier of JSA: Joint Security Area

An analysis of the South Korean film “JSA: Joint Security Area.” Its uncommon expression of anti-war sentiment is embodied in every detail of every stunningly rendered frame. 14 more words

Our World

Kate Beckinsale to Star in DJ Caruso's 'The Disappointments Room' Written by Wentworth Miller

Kate Beckinsale is set to star in DJ Caruso’s next film, ‘The Disappointments Room’ written by Wentworth Miller. The film is being called, “a psychological thriller in the vein of  207 more words


Thirst of Chan-Wook Park - Prequel to Only Lovers Left Alive

Thirst is the story of a Christian priest who can’t find his place in life. He decides to do good by taking part in an experiment that leaves him infected with a fatal disease leading to a blood transfusion. 512 more words

World Cinema

Do Not Disturb the Family by Watching ‘Stoker’

Stoker is about a odd girl, who, on the day of her father’s funeral, meets her rather good looking mysterious uncle, whom she’s never heard of before.   551 more words