Here's the thing... people need to stop traveling to remote islands. Things just never work out there. Locals are never friendly, and if you're lucky, by the time you leave you may just have most of your pieces intact.
The New York Asian Film Festival turns ten years old in 2011, and while this year's offerings are light on horror, we'd be remiss if we didn't recognize the fest's decade-long contribution to Asian cinema buffs. Read on for what will be available to genre fans from July 1st-14th, 2011.
October's Grimm Up North horror and sci-fi festival brought the best in genre cinema to the city of Manchester, England, for a second year running and gave fans unprecedented access to some exclusive movie screenings. As part of the closing night celebrations, the winners of the festival's Golden Scythe awards were unveiled. Read on to see who won what.
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Yeong-hie Seo, Seong-won Ji Written and directed by Chul-soo Jang
If you were among the hundreds of people who were shut out of screenings of the film Rubber at the Fantasia film fest (or the thousands of us who didn't even make it up to Canada in the first place), then quite possibly a trip to Austin, Texas, is in your future as the flick has just shown up on the first wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th.
Koreans LOVE revenge movies. Especially ones that entail absolute bloody justice for those who dare make an affront to the film's hero. Such is the case here with the official trailer for Jang Cheol-soo's Bedevilled.