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About Jon Jung

Jon Jung (aka “Coffin Jon”) is the producer and host of the VCinema podcast and editor-in-chief of the VCinema blog. He contributed several essays to World Film Locations: Tokyo (Intellect, 2011). Jon lives in San Francisco, but wishes he was back in Japan where he lived for seven years.

The VCinema Show: October 2012 Pilot Episode

Don’t call it a comeback! Well, I guess you can sort of call it a comeback. During our two month break, we have rethought, reconsidered, re-recorded, and are now rebooting our flagship podcast, The VCinema Show.  The VCinema Show returns with a brand new format, changes in content, a slight reshuffle of co-hosts, even new theme music (courtesy of our pal Kemek – check out his SoundCloud page here). We are now a “magazine” style podcast with multiple segments that, much like our blog (vcinemashow.com), covers a broader range of Asia-related topics including film, culture, books, video games, and more!  Check out our show notes (with time stamps) under the download and subscription links for complete contents of this episode.

To send us feedback, ideas, or if you would like to contribute to The VCinema Show, email: vcinemashow@gmail.com

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00:00:00 – 00:18:16 Show intro: VCinema writer and podcast contributor Adam Hartzell and I get together to talk about the new format of the show.

00:18:26 – 00:39:48 Video game corner: regular co-host Josh and I talk about one of Square Enix’s latest video games, Sleeping Dogs, an open-world game set in modern day Hong Kong that has more than its share of film references.

00:40:00 – 00:52:14 Love Me Not part one: Adam and I return on the scene, recording in San Francisco’s Japantown, scene of the San Francisco Film Society’s annual Hong Kong Cinema series.  In particular, we talk about Love Me Not, a romantic-comedy with a twist (or two).

00:52:23 – 00:59:10 Oily Guide’s Maniac to Tokyo: I return to the comfort of the VCinema studio to talk with Jay aka The Oily Maniac about his upcoming podcast Oily Guide’s Maniac to Tokyo, which will be a brand new addition to the VCinema family.

00:59:22 – 01:15:42 DVD corner: regular co-host Stan and I talk about the latest releases from distributor CJ Entertainment.  This is the first of a multi-part look at this Korean film distributor and their forays into the western film market.

01:15:53 – 01:45:04 Love Me Not part two: Back to the San Francisco Film Society’s Hong Kong Cinema series, Adam and I talk to Love Me Not director Gilitte Pik-Chi Leung about her debut feature film.

01:45:16 – 01:52:52 Adam and I round off the show with a sneak peek of next month’s episode of The VCinema Show.

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  1. […] most coming from CJ Entertainment. You can listen to me talk about several of these films on the October and November 2012 VCinema podcasts. My personal favorite was No Mercy (2010), one of the finest […]

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