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About Jon

Jon Jung (aka “Coffin Jon”) is the producer and host of the VCinema podcast and editor-in-chief of the VCinema blog. He is an avid movie fan who specializes in Japanese cinema, but enjoys everything from artsy high-brow to mega-billion blockbusters to straight-to-video turds. As an Asian-American, he got the best of all cinematic worlds as a child by receiving mega-doses of Ozu, Bruce Lee, Kamen Rider, and American drive-in movies in addition to a steady diet of punk rock, Japanese literature, and Buddhism. He spent six years in Japan as an English teacher and translator. In 2004, he returned to the United States to complete his Masters in Language Education and continue his career as a language educator and cultural anthropologist with a focus on language policy and language shift. Jon is a former Myrle Clark Award recipient for excellence in creative writing and has contributed to World Film Locations: Tokyo (Intellect, 2011).

The VCinema Show Episode 36: Corpse Mania

Are we feelin’ it?  Yes, indeed, we are necrophilin’ it!  Join our final episode in celebrating the month of horror as we check out one of the few films that dares do the deed with the dead, the obscure 1981 Shaw Brothers film Corpse Mania directed by Kuei Chih-hung (The Boxer’s Omen, The Killer Snakes).  Also, in this episode, we ask the question “What are your favorite Asian horror films?” to the listeners (look under the bump for a full list of films mentioned in this segment), Stan tells us about his meeting of two special people, as well as the U.S. premiere of Takashi Miike’s Harakiri remake.

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Direct link: Episode 36.

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What are your favorite Asian Horror films?

Ringu (1998), Dark Water (2002), Audition (1999), Cure (1997), Kairo (2001), Jigoku (1960), Kwaidan (1964), Onibaba (1964), The Rape After (1986), Devil Fetus (1983), Centipede Horror (1984), The Killer Snakes (1975), The Boxers Omen (1983), Mr. Vampire (1985), Magic Cop (aka Mr. Vampire V, not IV as mentioned in the episode, 1990), Ebola Syndrome (1996), Hausu (1977), Hansel and Gretel (2007), Silk (2005), Dreadnaught (1981), A Chinese Ghost Story (1987), SARS Wars (2004), Alone (2007), The Dead & the Deadly (1982), Spooky Encounters (1980), The Haunted Copshop (1987), The Haunted Copshop 2 (1988), A Chinese Ghost Story 2 (1990), A Chinese Ghost Story 3 (1991), The Seventh Curse (1986), Reincarnation (2005), The Host (2005), A Tale of Two Sisters (2003), Re-cycle (2006), Intruder (1997), Sick Nurses (2007), Thirst (2009)