#Alive (South Korea, 2020)

South Korean cinema’s zombie outbreak continues apace with #Alive, a taut thriller which takes a locked down approach to depicting a rapidly escalating crisis.  As is often the case with zombie movies, #Alive has proved […]

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on Aug, 07 · in Reviews

One Cut of the Dead (Japan, 2017) [NYAFF 2018]

Zombie movies have long enjoyed cult status amongst moviegoers and cinephiles alike but also with filmmakers themselves, often serving as a launching board for successful careers. Think George A. Romero and Edgar Wright for example. […]

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on Jul, 13 · in Reviews

Seoul Station (South Korea, 2016) [Reel Asian 2016]

The opening of Seoul Station gives a very clear indication of the film’s political leanings. As an old man staggers towards the central station with his neck bleeding, people recoil from him in disgust. As […]

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on Nov, 22 · in Reviews

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