And now comes another Korean movie that was released back in 2016 that has garnered many views since its release. The film stars Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo and Park Shin-hye. It can be considered to be a semi-independent film that has surprising results with the audience. Without further ado, let’s get down to the review. … Read more
After the recent movie reviews of European movies, now it’s time to turn back to Korean movie, where the quality and production value are always one of the best in Asian Cinematography. This time, it is Slow Video, a comedy film directed by Kim Young Tak and starred one of the most prominent actors in … Read more
Volver is a Spanish drama film directed by acclaimed director Pedro Almodovar and features famous actress such as Penelope Cruz and Carmen Maura. It was nominated for awards in Cannes and also received recognition in the media. With this movie being so renowned, we are here to make sure that it’s not overhyped just because … Read more
This is a film that has gained a cult following, which then eventually is included in many Top 100 Greatest Films ever made lists. It features Jim Carrey, so we expect this to be a comedy, of which it is, but there’s more to this film that meets the eyes. But what makes it so … Read more
Let Me Eat Your Pancreas (LMEYP) is a Japanese live-action film that is based on a light novel of the same name by Yoru Sumino. It is directed by Sho Tsukikawa and features some famous actors such as Takumi Kitamura, Shun Oguri, Keiko Kitagawa and Minami Hamabe. With such A-listed cast in the work, can … Read more
A western movie inspired by Sergio Leone‘s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and is directed by Kim Jee Woon, this is not exactly a Korean remake but it borrows some of the former ideas heavily. With some great casts and the same western setting, this is the film that contains something more than … Read more
The Darkest Dawn is a full-length feature that is made by a production company based in Bristol, UK, with a relatively modest budget. It is a sci-fi horror similar to The Cloverfield where aliens have come to attack Earth. Except, this time they aim for the United Kingdom instead of the United States and they … Read more
Indie games are not always famous or well known among the many AAA games released by big publisher yearly. Neither are many of them delivering great playing experience. However, one stood out in terms of gameplay, characters and, to a lesser extent, the story. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is created by a filmmaker, Josef Fares, and he brings his filmmaking experience to the world of games with a twist.