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.
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.
In an effort to impress their cute teacher, the boys of the swimming club promise to learn the seductive art of synchronized swimming.
By accidentally poisoning the school band, Tomoko and her friends are forced to take up horns, and they inadvertently discover their love for jazz music.
In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity escapes from reality by playing an MMORPG. We don’t ever hear why the apocalypse is important to the story.
An apathetic delivery boy discovers that he has the ability to drive fast. Really fast.
A bunch of 15-year olds have a hard time seducing their studly teacher, until they discover what turns him on: farting.
While video game movies are generally horrific by nature, here are five films that escape the terrible video game film curse.
Goemon discovers a conspiracy that resulted in the murder of his former master. The legendary thief sets off on his quest for vengeance.
Who knew watching Korean films can also make you crave Korean food soon after? We take a look at eight Koreans food movies that do just that.
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