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The 60th BFI London Film Festival: The Handmaiden Review

The South Korean film director Park Chan-wook has always been an exceptional writer of seductive and pulsating narratives, like Oldboy, Lady Vengeance and Thirst, … 887 more words

Film

Train to Busan

Train to Busan is a film that make me proud as an Asian. Truly, this is the best Asian Film ever made and perhaps one of the best also in terms of Hollywood for the Zombie genre. 92 more words

MC Movie Review

Train to Busan (2016)

If I had the time I would do a double review with Snowpiercer but nevermind it will come later.. (non-critic mode on) Train to Busan was overall a great cinematic experience only if the 3 women sitting behind would not be commenting on every single scene.. 201 more words

Movies

Movie Review: Train to Busan

Being a fan of zombie films, I’m always on the lookout for a good one – and Train to Busan seemed to be getting rave reviews from fans and critics alike. 827 more words

Korean

From the jungles of Pemathang to the red carpet of Locarno film festival

The Journey of Bhutanese film HemaHema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait

Bhutanese film, HemaHema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait, has come a long way from the jungles of Pemathang in Samdrupjongkhar, to the red carpets of Locarno film festival in Switzerland. 751 more words

Bhutan

Film Review: How to Use Guys with Secret Tips

Name: How to Use Guys with Secret Tips
Year: 2013
Country: South Korea
Director: Wonsuk Lee
Writer(s): Wonsuk Lee, Hye-yeong No, Ha Soo-jin
Actor(s): Jeong Se Oh (Lee Seung-jae) 622 more words

Lifestyle Blogger

Who will you be on the Train To Busan?

The exhilarating South Korean zombie thriller Train To Busan (屍殺列車) took audiences in many countries by storm. A zombie apocalypse forces a group of strangers to overcome their differences for a chance to survive or it could be the end of the world for them. 934 more words

Asian Cinema