With an abundance of energy, and some incredible cinematography, Kim Jee-Woon brings much-needed life to the Western genre.
Kim Moon-saeng’s 2003 animated sci-fi is never sure if it wants to be good, bad, deep, shallow, or entertaining.Read more "Wonderful Days"
No good deed goes unpunished in Yoo Ha’s excellent A Dirty Carnival.Read more "A Dirty Carnival"
There is no honour among thieves in Choi Dong-hoon’s manic comedy-action-caperRead more "The Thieves"
Slow-plodding and sort-of likeable, A Good Rain Knows doesn’t leave much of an impression.Read more "A Good Rain Knows"
Violence begets violence in director Ryoo Seung-wan’s directorial debut Die Bad.Read more "Die Bad"
Things are never black and white in Bong Joon-ho’s grey-tinted post-apocalyptic thrillerRead more "Snowpiercer"