The latest monster mash from the Far East, Sector 7, is coming at us on Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the all the details you need to prep yourself for some building-shaking goodness!
Monster movie fans, rejoice! The long talked about Sector 7 finally has a home in the United States! Let the snarling, tearing, stomping, and killing begin!
The unrated South Korean monster movie Sector 7 is about to make its way onto the US mainland, and we couldn’t be happier. South Korea's first 3D horror film promises to be slick, stunning and enthralling. Really a true gift to the horror fan. Frequently compared to Joon-ho Bong's 2006 hit The Host, Sector 7 looks to be just as effective with another mutant beast ready to raise Hades.
To make a good monster nowadays, you have to do one of two things ... either show the audience something it hasn't seen before or throw a guy in a rubber suit and have him stomp a city. Sector 7 opts to bring us a new creature that looks kind of like what you'd get if Leviathan starting mating with lobsters.
Even though there's not a trace of English subtitles to be found anywhere, it's always good to sit back and dig on some cool behind-the-scenes footage from a monster movie. Case in point ... Sector 7.
Though screaming and shooting speak for themselves, it's always nice to have a bit more meat on the old bones in a foreign flick in the way of subtitles to flesh out the goings-on. We finally can provide said meat for Sector 7!
We've been covering the 3D Korean 'monster loose on an oil rig' creature feature titled Sector 7 for a while now, and we've seen just about everything but the creature. That ends now with this new trailer.
And what better way to kick off the work week than with some eye candy? Though we still don't have the slightest clue what the monster from the Korean 'monster loose on an oil rig' creature feature titled Sector 7 is, we do have some character art for you to dig on!
How can you not love a great monster movie? The Koren 'monster loose on an oil rig' creature feature titled Sector 7 is really looking like it's got potential. And we've got a trailer and a few posters to whet your appetite. Come on in and check 'em all out!
CJ Entertainment has announced a couple of pre-sales on its titles in the Cannes market: the 3D underwater creature feature Sector 7 and horror film White, about a fictional K-pop duo that records a hit off a mysterious untitled music video. Read on for the trailers and more info on both flicks.
The look of a monster can make or break a monster movie. However, the Far East has always had creature appearances on lockdown, doling out some truly classic designs over the years; and the one for the upcoming 3D monster bash Sector 7 looks to be following suit.
The very first images have made their way online for the new Korean creature feature entitled Sector 7, aka Mining Area 7 or Je Chil Gwanggu for you purists out there. Don't get too excited though ... there's no monster action to be found. Yet.
Some new artwork has slipped online for the new Korean creature feature entitled Sector 7, aka Mining Area 7 or Je Chil Gwanggu for you purists out there. And we have every pixel of it for you right here!