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  • Stoker

    ‘Stoker’ is impeccably crafted, subdued and visually magnetic

    Stoker Directed by Chan-wook Park Written by Wentworth Miller and Erin Cressida Wilson 2013, USA South Korean director Park Chan-wook’s first cinematic foray with the English language is a gratifyingly morbid journey, albeit frustratingly simple in its conclusion. The man behind “The Vengeance Trilogy” (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Lady Vengeance) doesn’t deliver the level of graphic gore or […] More

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    After her father dies, an enigmatic uncle moves in with a girl and her emotionally unstable mother. Although she has suspicions about his motives, she finds herself drawn to him. More

  • Greatest Comic Book Adaptations

    #5 – Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) Directed by Edgar Wright The Comic: Creator Bryan Lee O’Malley was inspired to create the series and eponymous character of Scott Pilgrim after listening to Canadian band Plumtree’s 1998 single “Scott Pilgrim”, a song then-Plumtree singer Carla Gillis describes as “positive, but…also bitter sweet.” In particular, O’Malley […] More

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    Trailer: Yet Another Must-See Korean Film, “Poetry”

    Korean cinema of the past ten years has been absolutely astonishing. Among the many directors finding world fame are Chan-wook Park (Oldboy), Joon-ho Bong (Mother, The Host) and Ji-woon Kim (I Saw The Devil). Well, now it is time to add another director to your radar. Lee Chang-dong won the Dragons and Tigers Award at […] More

  • Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival (July 9th to 27th)

    Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival (July 9th to 27th), one of the most diverse and prestigious genre festivals there is, made its first lineup announcements, and they don’t disappoint. A whopping thirty-five Japanese features will be presented, including the highly acclaimed four-hour epic Love Exposure, from director Sion Sono (Suicide Club). The film has already piled […] More