Tag: jungminpark

Review: PSYCHOKINESIS, Sang-ho Yeon's Superhero Film Is Fun, Humane And Relevant

South Korea’s Yeon Sang-ho explored fantastic cinema for the first time with his diptych about a zombie invasion, Seoul Station and Train to Busan. After a couple of totally sordid animated features, The King of Pigs and The Fake, Yeon...

Osaka Asian Film Festival 2018: Watch The Trailer For Opening Film ANARCHIST FROM COLONY

Gearing up for it's 13th edition, Osaka Asian Film Festival today announced it will kick off proceedings on March 9th with the Japanese Premiere of Korean film Anarchist from Colony. A sizeable hit in its native country when released last...

Third Window Picks Up A Trio Of Korean Titles For UK

Good news for fans of Korean cinema in the UK with word that Third Window Films have picked up a trio of titles for UK distribution. The three pictures - Bleak Night, Behind The Camera and Pluto - are a...

KOFFIA 2012 Review: BLEAK NIGHT, an Extraordinary Student Feature

One of the films playing at the 3rd Korean Film Festival in Australia. It's amazing to witness what can be done with little resources and in 2011, a year filled with high-falutin, hollow, and very disappointing blockbusters, there were many...

EIFF 2011 - BLEAK NIGHT Review

This is a reprint of a review first published at BlogCritics.orgWinner of the New Current Award at the 2010 Pusan International Film Festival, Sung-hyun Yoon's Bleak Night is one of those modern Korean dramas that moves at its own deliberate pace, taking...