Never one to shy away from the taboo, Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk’s new film Moebius contains scenes of castration, masturbation with a rock, incest, rape, penis eating, and (on a lighter note) infidelity. I know what you’re thinking, “Finally! A movie I can relate to!” Kim’s last film, the familial revenge film Pieta, contained many […]
Kim Ki-duk—South Korea’s foremost purveyor of symbological horseshit—takes another stab at castration anxiety in Moebius, a dialogue-free fest-circuit readymade about a nuclear family who cut off dicks and then stare at each other blankly. Show More Summary
Moebius Dir. Kim Ki-duk [n/a; 2013] by Slouch Rating: Talk about cutting your penis off to spite your testicles. While South Korean cinema continues to penetrate the mainstream (with that recent remake of Oldboy reminding everyone how...Show More Summary
July 1st marked the last time we had a briefing on MOEBIUS, the completely off-the-wall Korean chiller from director Kim Ki-Duk. Well, as the flick nears its LA premiere on August 8th before rolling into various cities and VOD throughout the month, a fresh promotional quad-poster has been unrolled. Show More Summary
Kim Ki-Duk's latest film is really, really messed up. Don't take my word - watch this (relatively tame) clip.
Kim Ki-Duk’s “Moebius,” the follow-up to his Golden Lion-winning “Pieta,” takes many of the bizarre, incestuous beats of that drama and twists, contorts and morphs them into black comedy. Although many who read even the comparatively...Show More Summary
RAM Releasing just dropped the trailer and poster for acclaimed Korean director Kim Ki-Duk’s MOEBIUS, his latest perverse statement on family tensions, sexual boundaries and society’s issues with each. The theatrical release...Show More Summary
From the synopsis and the trailer, MOEBIUS looks like it could be a really challenging film (which is true to form for Kim) that pushes its way through a lot of barriers and comfort zones. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... Bloody Disgusting has premiered a trailer and poster for Kim Ki-Duk’s (PIETA) new film, MOEBIUS. Show More Summary
RAM Releasing, the genre shingle of Film Movement, announces today that Moebius (read our review), the latest from acclaimed Korean director Kim Ki-Duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring) opens in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago throughout August (details below), and will be available to audiences nationwide via cable and digital VOD on August 29. […]
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They are three-dimensional and yet single-sided: Moebius strips. These twisted objects have only one side and one edge and they put our imagination to the test. Scientists have now succeeded in designing the world’s first triply twisted molecule. Show More Summary
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For decades, computer adventure games have been a dead art, but thanks in part to Kickstarter, we may be witnessing a revival. In 2012, renowned adventure game designer Jane Jensen caused a stir in the gaming community when she established her own studio, Pinkerton Road, with the help of Kickstarter backers. Show More Summary
The developer of RPG city building title Towns has abandoned the game, blaming poor sales. Developer Florian Frankenberger, aka Moebius, revealed the news on the Towns website. He said sales of the game were less than a third of theShow More Summary
Reviewed By Erik Myers: It’s difficult to write a review of Kim Ki-duk’s disturbing thriller Moebius without giving away the terrible thing that happens within the film’s family trio right at the onset, subsequently kicking the rest of the film into action. This single act of depravity sets into motion a wide variety of terrible […]
This week's Super Joystiq Podcast needs someone to teach it how to laugh-- extremely awkwardly. PAX East 2014 is over, and now it's back to your regularly scheduled releases. Ludwig, Richard, Jess, and Thomas zig instead of zag this week and kick...