Korean cinema in 2016 was a great year, as it had several strong movies. Which films on our top 10 Korean films of 2016 have you seen?
It’s been eight years since the last Death Note film came out. Now the series is back with a new Light and L in Death Note: Light up the New World.
A zombie outbreak on a KTX train leaves Gong Yoo and company no choice but to fight the infected in Train to Busan.
Two of J-horror’s famed ladies, Sadako and Kayako, finally meet to decide who’s the better horror queen.
We break down two iconic Japanese horror movies in our The Ring vs. Ju On piece.
Ever wanted to see a gripping, thrilling zombie movie with an awesome shotgun scene (or two) in it? Then I am a Hero will satisfy your zombie needs.
It took 15 years for the sequel to My Sassy Girl 1 to come out, but does it meet the high expectations of the classic?
We look at the best Korean cinema had to offer in 2015. Did your favorite Korean films make our top Korean films of 2015 list? Let’s find out.
When a 70 year-old grandmother magically turns into her 20 year-old self, she experiences all the things she couldn’t in her youth.
We look at Jun Ji-hyun’s follow up to the iconic My Sassy Girl three years later, Windstruck.
We take a look at one of the most iconic Korean movies that made the word “sassy” popular: My Sassy Girl.
A bunch of 15-year olds have a hard time seducing their studly teacher, until they discover what turns him on: farting.
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