We reviewed both of the Korean Pirate films and there is one we liked much more than the other. Come find out what we thought about both films and why some things worked and others didn’t as we deep dive into The Pirate (2014) and The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure (2022).Continue reading
So we found a movie with a lot of death, tragedy, and destruction to review, and surprisingly, we all loved it! So come join The Fangirls as they chat about why the Korean movie Night in Paradise is worth watching even while knowing that it doesn’t have a happy ending.Continue reading
Are you looking to add a little bit of zombie to your cinematic experience this week? Then join Kmuse & Kdrama Jen as they share their thoughts about Yoo Ah In & Park Shin Hye’s zombie movie #Alive.Continue reading
It is almost fall and here at DWASOK that means it is time for suspense and horror movies! Come join Kmuse she takes a look at Netflix’s latest Korean movie option #Alive starring Yoo Ah In and Park Shin Hye.Continue reading
The Fangirls promised you a giant fangirling review for the Korean movie The Witch: Part 1 The Subversion and we are ready to deliver! Come join us as we discuss everything , including a few tangents, about this awesome movie starring Kim Da Mi and Choi Woo Shik.Continue reading
Looking for something light and fluffy to watch in between all the October suspense? Come find out if the fluffy crime movie Extreme Job is the fit for you!Continue reading
Are you looking for a suspenseful movie that stars a talented new actress and Choi Woo Shik with amazing hair? Then look no further than The Witch Part 1. Come find out what we felt about the movie and if this is your next must see film.Continue reading
The Fangirls watched Kim Nam Gil’s latest movie Memories of a Murderer and have many thoughts we want to share. How can you not have opinions when you have double the serial killers? So join us as we share whether this movie is one that is worth investing your time and emotions.
A new Korean movie opened this week at my local theater and, of course, that meant I had to go support it. So, what did I think of the 2.5-hour film regaling the events of the Battle of Ansi? Come find out as I share my thoughts on The Great Battle.
Every now and then you will come across a movie that leaves you wondering what you just watched. Forgotten is that type of movie (but in a good way.) Join Kmuse and Clkytta as they try to share their thoughts about this Korean film without giving any spoilers. It is harder than you would expect.