Into the Woods Dir. Rob Marshall [Disney; 2014] by Robert Ham Rating: The connection between Hollywood and Broadway has evolved over the decades from a one-way street to something now resembling a Moebius strip. One is constantly feeding...Show More Summary
Drawing by Jean “Moebius” Giraud From the GeekDraw article marking his passing. (See also my post: Jean Giraud (Moebius) 1938-2012). I don’t know if this has a title, many Moebius drawings do not. I think this one is old enough that it was done with ink and watercolor, rather than digital. One of the things […]
AICN HORROR looks at LFO! CHILD OF GOD! DELIVER US FROM EVIL! SQUIRM! BENEATH! MOEBIUS! IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT MYSTERIES! SOULMATE! GRACE: THE POSSESSION! AFTER SCHOOL MASSACRE! & NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT! Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian HornINTROWhat the $% is ZOMBIES & SHARKS?Greetings, all. Show More Summary
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The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto. At rep cinemas this week: a buoyant look at a professional art forger and the angry curator hot on his trail, a miserable dark comedy from Kim Ki-duk, and a sweet romantic comedy set in Toronto. Art and Craft Directed by […]
Comic creator Austin Tinius shares his collection of comics, graphic novels and more with ROBOT 6. Also find out how you can submit your own SHELF PORN!
RAM Releasing’s crazy bananas Moebius (read our review), the latest from acclaimed Korean director Kim Ki-Duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring), is now available to audiences nationwide via cable and digital VOD. We have a second clip to go along with this exclusive monstrosity in which a woman cuts off a guy’s dick. “When she […]
RAM Releasing / Film Movement Eun-woo Lee plays two very witchy women in Moebius. There are men who cheat on their wives and go out of their way to cover their tracks, and then there are men who flaunt their affairs. The unnamed father...Show More Summary
Kim Ki-Duk's beautifully weird melodrama hits VOD today, and we've got a poster to give away!
If you can watch this clip without puking, you’re a better man than I… RAM Releasing’s fucking crazy 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 […]
AICN HORROR looks at EXTRATERRESTRIAL! SAVAGELAND! REVELATION TRAIL! THE POSESSION OF MICHAEL KING! THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE! SLOPPY THE PSYCHOTIC! MY FAIR ZOMBIE! THE FORBIDDEN GIRL! MOEBIUS! TWILIGHT ZONE 1985! SUFFER THE CHILDRENShow More Summary
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