All in all, I loved One Step not because I was a fan of Sandara but because everybody did their best to turn up solid performances for acting and music. It’s a low budget indie but it’s a quality film that inspires the good vibes and goosebumps just because of its positive message. While it was marketed as the Korean version of Begin Again, it stood out on its own because of the excellent direction of Juhn Jai Hong. Great job, team!
When the estranged Davidson family come together for 25th anniversary of their parents in their remote family mansion, they fall prey to a group of assailants wearing animal masks whose sole intent is to see […]
Talk about swimming with the sharks! This B-movie literally combined the concept of a disaster movie and a shark movie and the result is one unique, albeit farfetched feature film that will not soon be […]
Yes, you read the title right. Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies! Not to be mistaken for the recent big budget Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie released in cinemas, this “mockbuster,” (what they call straight to DVD […]
I caught this movie with my brother on a 50 percent discount promo using our E-plus cards, and only had a faint idea what it was about before I entered the cinema. I wasn’t going […]