10 NEW TO NETFLIX "Being 17" "Blow" "Coraline" "Evolution" "Fire at Sea" "Howards End" "Million Dollar Baby" "Pete's Dragon" "Train to Busan" "The Waterboy" 11 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "Being There" (Criterion) So many films have tried and...Show More Summary
While we all no doubt have a subscription to NetFlix streaming and we all check that sumbitch every day to make sure nothing cool slipped through our fingers, every once in a while (re: all the fcking time) Netflix will release a badass...Show More Summary
Zombie movies just don’t get much better than this one. Every month we shine the spotlight on the latest horror films hitting Netflix, but the streaming service is known for dropping unexpected treats into the mix. Over the weekend, for example, they added director Yeon Sang-ho’s South Korean zombie movie Train to Busan (read our review); […]
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Animated horror movies are exceedingly rare in western media, mostly due to the age-old stereotype that cartoons are for children, despite a few notable exceptions. Luckily, eastern animation tends to provide more variety for mature audiences, and Sang-ho Yeon’s prequel/companion to Train to Busan, Seoul Station, is a welcome addition to this rare breed of […]
Before writing and directing the live action zombie blockbuster TRAIN TO BUSAN, which was one of the best (and most action-packed) of last year's horror offerings, Sang-ho Yeon got his start in animation. So even though I didn't...Show More Summary
One of the best films of 2016 was the Korean zombie film, Train to Busan, which is out now. With its success came a new project, the animated Seoul Station, a prequel to Train to Busan that’s opening in UK cinemas on March 17th and on DVD and Blu-ray April 3. FilmRise acquired the film for release […]
A prequel for Train to Busan is coming to the United Kingdom. Titled Seoul Station, the film will also see a release in the United States, in 2017. This animated film was produced in South Korea, by director Sang-ho. And, the film's story involves the start of a viral outbreak and a runaway. Show More Summary
Zombie shows are still hot. So is Korean cinema. So is a mix of both, if last year’s Train to Busan is anything to go by. But now Netflix is getting in on a show that is all this and more, as it’s actually a medieval-era fantasy series, too. Read more...
AICN HORROR reviews RAW! DREAMSCAPE! TRAIN TO BUSAN! WOLF HOUSE! MURDERLUST/PROJECT NIGHTMARE! BLOOD OF THE TRIBADES! KILLER PINATA! REVENGE OF THE BLOOD BEAST! DIARY OF A MADMAN! & BUBBA THE REDNECK WEREWOLF! Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian HornINTROWhat the $% is ZOMBIES & SHARKS? Welcome to the darker side of AICN! Mark L. Show More Summary
Hit South Korean zombie shocker Train to Busan reveals an exclusive and gory GIF for fans to share Acclaimed South […] The post Celebrate the Blu-ray Release of Train to Busan With a Zombie GIF! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
You say you want original horror, huh? Most horror fans seem to agree that films like The Witch, Green Room, The Conjuring 2, and Train to Busan were some of the best that 2016 had to offer, but there are also many other damn good horror movies released year that sadly didn’t get much love […]
Landing at #9 on my list of best horror films of 2016 is the zombie apocalypse thriller Train to Busan (read our review), which arrives on Blu-ray and DVD January 17 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Horror fans can take a harrowing Train to Busan, where a group of terrified passengers must fight the zombie […]
Capone's Art-House Round-Up with NOTES ON BLINDNESS, MIFUNE: THE LAST SAMURAI, and TRAIN TO BUSAN Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into art houses or coming out in limited release around America this week (maybe even taking up one whole screen at a multiplex near you). Show More Summary
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Gong Yoo is reveling in a whole new surge of popularity due to the success of his new Korean drama Goblin, also known as Guardian: The Lonely And Great God. On the Nielsen Korea TV content index, a measure of a drama’s popularity, Goblin has surpassed other high-profile shows like Lee Min Ho’s The Legend... Show More Summary
Goblin, which stars Gong Yoo of Train to Busan fame, just aired its third episode, and it has managed to get even more fans invested in the story of the lonely, immortal being and his search for a human bride. While Goblin Ep 3 still had pretty long runtime, it was nonetheless lauded for significantly... Show More Summary
Gaumont has picked up U.S. remake rights of Train to Busan (read our review), one of the biggest South Korean box-office hits of all time, writes THR. Critically acclaimed animator Yeon Sang-ho made his live-action directorial debut with Train to Busan. The thriller chronicles the chaos that ensues after a deadly virus sweeps through Korea […]
Korean zombie film Train To Busan recently made The A.V. Club’s own “Best Movies Of 2016 That We Didn’t Review” list, but it looks like the film will be getting another shot at a proper review soon—or at least one version of the film will. Show More Summary
Is it just me, or have there been an unusual amount of remakes in the news today? That's just the way of Hollywood I guess, but it becomes a little grueling at some point. But more than TOMB RAIDER, more than HOUSEBOUND, no remake...Show More Summary