Discussion in 'SMB' started by Bagpuss, Aug 11, 2017.
REC is well worth a watch.
It had some really good ideas but I felt, overall, it wasn't as good as I'd hoped. I know I'm in a minority, like.
I love me some South Korean cinema. They do revenge films to the very highest level.
Second series was a huge let down
Not Zombies per se but Outpost and the 2 sequels (Rise of the Spetnaz and Black Sun) are worth a watch.
Saw there were a couple of other Z movies and a series, are these the spin off/connected to World War z?
If you notice it's almost all revenge films. Weird innit. Almost every movie has a revenge theme unless it's a comedy or romcom. Probably something to do with the N. Korean shit they have to deal with.
I gave up on Hollywood years ago and almost exclusively watch Korean or European films. I love it, even if they are a bit hammy sometimes.
In comparison to the first yes
First was a cracker. Good music. Mogwai or something
I've had to give up on a few SK films due to the acting being so appalling and trope-ridden but there have been some absolute belters. Whenever I travel, I always watch a SK film or two on the plane. Emirates are great for world cinema.
It was..... It was remade in the states can't imagine how bad it would have been
Cheers for these folks, loads to go at. SMB as always the font of all knowledge
Aye there's a few stinkers like. Especially the recent films. They're churning out so many films now that the quality of some are awful. Then you get masterpieces like Memories of Murder, or A Tale of Two Sisters that just blow Hollywood out the water.
The Revenge Trilogy (Oldboy, Mr Vengeance, Miss Vengeance) are great like. That's how cinema should be done.
I Saw the Devil, A Hard Day, and Man from Nowhere - classics.
Aye they're toppa. I've got a canny list here from 4chan, some classics on here if you're interested
Castaway on the Moon! Brilliant. When I was in Seoul I dragged the lass I was with to see the island under the bridge. Fantastic film if you've not seen it.
Great film, great soundtrack and Linnea Quigley.
Watch it yesterday efternoon,canny
I'd love to gan to S. Korea like. It's no.1 on my bucket list.
Heads up: it was shite. Still, the food was decent and I got to dance like a horse in Gangnam.
Still wanna gan. Japan aswell. For different reasons of course. Japan has the history, Korea has the wads. Only colour lass I haven't been with is an Asian, better now before I'm old
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