Search Results for: korean drama samseangi

VOD Review: The Last Survivors (2015)

…on the same engine that powered the Post-Apocalyptic action flicks of old. Except that it really plays like a solid Indie Drama more than anything else. An Indie Drama that’s… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for June 2nd!

…intent on building his own pot empire in Harlan. Based on the crime novels of Elmore Leonard, the Peabody Award-winning drama now takes its place in the pantheon of acclaimed… Continue reading

Queen and Country (2014)

…before the happenings depicted here. In 1952 post-war England, Boorman’s alter-ego, Bill Rohen (Callum Turner), joins the army and starts the trainings for the Korean War, escaping whenever he’s on… Continue reading

What’s Premiering on TV this Week & a TV Release Dates Page Update!

…and his dream of a legitimate future.” We still have to catch up on the back-half of Season One of this solid crime drama (shame on us, I know), but… Continue reading

Alex of Venice (2014)

Directed by: Chris MessinaCountry: USA Movie Review: The true-to-life and unsentimental “Alex of Venice” works both as a character study and family drama. Even if not always cohesive in… Continue reading

Hannibal has been cancelled. Please allow us to rant.

…into the PG-13 category at the very most, and Hannibal follows the model of the average cable drama, most of which usually lean more towards the TV-MA side of the… Continue reading

Testament of Youth (2014)

Directed by: James KentCountry: UK Movie Review: “Testament of Youth” is a biographical drama based on the World War I memoir by the English writer and pacifist, Vera Brittain,… Continue reading

Falcon Rising

…enjoyable mix of drama and full force action. Granted the film is maybe not as saturated with fight action as one may be hoping (don’t worry there is still a… Continue reading

A Hard Day (2014)

Directed by: Kim Seong-hoonCountry: South Korea Movie Review: It had been a while since one of these virulent Korean thrillers didn’t hold my attention. To be more precise, the… Continue reading

10,000 Km (2014)

Directed by: Carlos Marques-MarcetCountry: Spain Movie Review: Natalia Tena and David Verdaguer may have been the only actors in “10,000 Km”, but that reality didn’t undermine the low-budget drama,… Continue reading