11 Jul , 2016 Pooiee Loh
More than just violent and sexually explicit, extreme Korean cinema lays bare the ugly truths of society by way of social commentary and dark humour.
30 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Na Hong-jin’s hellish genre hopping ghost story, The Wailing, is an unrelenting experience and one that is unlikely to be forgotten about any time soon.
22 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Independent Korean mystery A Fish is a beautiful and deeply haunting debut feature from writer-director Park Hong-min.
17 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Jung Yoon-suk’s Non Fiction Diary is more than just a documentary about South Korea’s first serial murder case.
21 Dec , 2015 Matthew Rooke
A Korean in Paris follows one man’s journey into the city’s underbelly to find his missing wife who he believes has been kidnapped into a sex ring.
9 Nov , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Exploring the politics and cutthroat environment of cubicle life in Korea, writer-turned-director Hong Won-chan’s Office is a thrilling murder mystery.
6 Nov , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Inspired by the films of Hong Sang-soo, Two Rooms, Two Nights is a clever and comedic farce with fine performances from its leading cast.
27 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
South Korea’s Kim Ki-duk travels to Japan for his latest film Stop, a low-budget feature about a young couple living in the aftermath of Fukushima.
23 Oct , 2015 Hieu Chau
Joseon-era period drama The Throne is a tale of fathers, sons, responsibility and parenthood. It’s also South Korea’s official 2015 entry for the Oscars.
12 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Spanning the modern history of South Korea from the civil war to today, Ode to my Father is an emotionally gripping epic of one man and his family.
8 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
A hotshot cop investigates the shady work of an arrogant young billionaire in the timely Korean action crime thriller, Veteran.
1 Oct , 2015 Natalie Ng
South Korean coming-of-age comedy Twenty features Korean stars Kim Woo-bin, Kang Ha-neul and 2PM’s Junho and tackles the growing pains of young adults.