Category Archives: Films

Parasite creates history at the Oscars with four wins including the award for Best Picture

I can hear the collective ‘Yay’ from the long-time fans of Korean movies and dramas across the globe! Critically acclaimed and equally popular Korean movie Parasite just created history at the Academy Awards aka Oscars. It won 4 awards including the biggest one, Best Motion Picture of the Year. ~Yayyyyyyyy~ In its 92 years of existence, this is the first time that a non-English language film has won Best Picture at the Oscars. The movie has already bagged multiple awards at various international and national awards and film festivals since the time of its release. Continue reading

Comedy movie ‘Extreme Job’ with Ryu Seung Ryong releases this week

Extreme Job is the name of upcoming Korean film which stars Ryu Seung Ryong in the lead role. The title of the movie hints at something serious as the subject matter but it is actually a comedy which is about a team of five detectives who are part of a drug squad. Apart from Continue reading

Jin Young and Park Sung Woong in soul swap comedy film ‘The Man Inside Me’

Oh this film looks like a cracktastic comedy! Park Sung Woong, who I’m currently watching in serious melodrama Hundred Million Stars From The Sky, is starring in new comedy movie The Man Inside Me along with Jin Young, who was super sweet in 2016 drama Moonlight Drawn By The Clouds. The film is about soul swapping where the former plays a gangster and the latter Continue reading

Period zombie movie ‘Rampant’ with Jang Dong Gun and Hyun Bin releases tomorrow

Zombie horror films have a huge fan following around the world, with some also being comedies. I won’t count myself a fan but then I have seen only one film from the genre and I did like it. LOL. I just think they will be too gory for me. Anyhow, Korean movie Rampant is a period zombie film and I think the historical setting gives it an added freshness factor. Continue reading

Period creature feature film ‘Monstrum’ with Kim Myung Min and Hyeri releases this month

If mixed in right proportions, the multiple ingredients of a creature feature or a monster movie can form a great recipe for the viewers. Some of those constituents being thrills, scares, bonding of protagonists against the antagonistic creature, determination and courage after the initial shock to defeat the evil. Korean movie Monstrum is an upcoming film starring acting power house Kim Myung Min, Kpop group Girl’s Day‘s Hyeri, Choi Woo Shik¬†and Kim In Kwon. Continue reading