All in all, I loved the story of Under the Oak Tree, the art and the characters. I’m actually reading the novel on Riftan’s POV, which I discovered from the threads. I’m going to read the novel on Maxi’s perspective after I’m done. This is how good this series is. I just can’t get enough of this couple.
I was actually curious about the casting of Jeon Jeong Seo as Tokyo in the Korean version of […]
Its been a while since I did this but here’s the lowdown on your Kpop favorites this week.
All in all, #Alive started out pretty good but the intensity waned as the movie progressed. It was a good film but it failed to commit to the horror idea. As a result, it became a conversation about mental health and social media. Go figure.
All in all, Goedam was pretty cool. It was a well executed horror piece that that provided enough shocks and just enough substance to stick around in your memory until the second season arrives.
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The Host, more than a monster movie, was an eye opener. Despite the presence of a fictional creature, the terror is felt just as the same as audiences connect with the story on a deeper level than its sci fi premise.
All in all, I was impressed by the way Parasite unpeeled its layers. It made use of classic filmmaking techniques to deliver an amazing piece of cinema that served up something new. A twist within a twist. Scary, exciting, entertaining and unpredictable, it had everything going for it – a great story, a strong cast, on point execution. The rest is gravy.
All in all, The Wailing’s main intention was to shock and scare audiences into the various forms evil can take. It compels audiences to explore their own hearts and evaluate what extent they could go to protect someone dear. It took two and a half hours of uncertainty to spring a final surprise on the audience but I felt like it was a futile effort given that the film demolished its central character so effectively that he deserved his ultimate tragic end. To say that I was disappointed in the film would be a major, major understatement. I would like to give myself a pat on the back though for finishing it until the end no matter how many tries it took. That’s commitment for you.
All in all, “Svaha: The Sixth Finger” was far from extraordinary. It was not scary. It was not thought-provoking. It was boring, but it did touch on the very real issue of religious fanaticism, which is present in all types of religion, left unchecked. It was a movie that technically did everything right but failed on the level that it did not evoke much of an impact given the material it covered. Sometimes, talking above an audience’s head takes its toll and it took its toll for this movie, big time. For me, at least.