Vintage road movie, biggest Korean movie (and zombie-movie) of 2016 and a bonus episode featuring a zombie-animation. All available within the latest trio of What’s Korean Cinema? podcasts, that includes a review of Train To Busan. Click images or links below to access the shows! Continue reading
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Korea does eroticism one decade, sadomasochism the other and This Week In Sleaze celebrates that their favourite on-screen pervert is BACK! Click images or links below to access the shows. Continue reading
The Director’s series on David Chiang makes a dual return and things get animated on The Golden Ninja Podcast! Click art below to access the shows.
Eeeeeevil Korean woman, reprehensible humans beings, in black and white, through the eyes of director Kim Ki-young. this means, What’s Korean Cinema? takes you back to 1960 and The Housemaid. Cue lightning. Click image or link below to access the show!
+ Bonus Episode
For the 50 year anniversary of Kim Ki-young’s 1960 classic we reviewed on What’s Korean Cinema? 18, director Im Sang-soo directed what is mostly said to be a reinterpretation of Kim’s movie but it was still brought out as The Housemaid. Rightly or not. Hear Kenny B and Paul Quinn extend their Housemaid-coverage in this website exclusive bonus episode (it’s introduced as episode 22 but is in fact the 23rd. Sorry about that). Click image or link below to access the show!
Screaming and singing her heart out, set to a rhythm, a drum and a family drama underneath… it’s what’s depicted by legendary director Im Kwon-taek in Sopyonje from 1993. Click link or image below to access the show!
Part of the network crew gather for a relaxed, free for all roundtable centering around the participants bringing something Eastern and/or Western to the table. Donnie Yen is mentioned, former Superman, sexy Korean Christmas tales, Hallmark movies, cats and Japan flavoured… stuff. Kenny B, Paul Fox, Stewart Sutherland (Films And Swearing) and Paul Quinn (Hangul Celluloid) finish off the year at the network so thank you for listening and for your support in 2014! Click image or link below to access the show!
It would be the utmost honor to be taken by Human Dick Charlie or Bat Cho Charlie which sounds like Batshit Charlie which it kind of is but anyway welcome to the This Week In Sleaze Christmas Special of 2014 and it’s a filthy, cummy Charlie Cho Christmas as usual. Therefore we bring you the smelly brew of two of his cinematic classics: Take Me from 1991 and The Other Side Of Dolls from 1993. Click image or link below to access the show!
For our regular mix of something old, something new-ish, we turn to director Im Kwon-taek’s The General’s Son from 1990. The first of three examinations of brawling gangster turned politician Kim Doo-han and in the second half, Castaway On The Moon’s Jung Jae-young is an excellent police officer who’s also an excellent robber as it turned out in Ra Hee-chan’s Going By The Book from 2007. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn. Click image or link below to access the show!
PLUS, special bonus episode: