Kim Ki-Duk’s movies, which are mainly disturbing by nature, are always appreciated by a small group of film fans. I was thrilled when his latest film entitled Moebius was finally screened at the UK’s cinemas. The title itself stirred up a lot of controversy in the director’s native Korea. It took 3 long meetings with […]

  I was slightly skeptical when Lee Jae-gyu (Beethoven Virus, The King 2 Hearts), mostly known for his TV work, decided to move into mainstream cinema. Lee’s feature debut, The Fatal Encounter, is based on one of many assassination attempts on King Jeong-jo, the 22nd ruler of the Joseon Dynasty that reigned over a unified Korean […]