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Daily Archives: August 12, 2017
“A Taxi Driver” is a Korean epic, a tipping point in the history of South Korea. A little old-fashioned and a touch melodramatic, it’s still a compelling Korean “Year of Living Dangerously.” South Korean cinemas’ Everyman, Kang-ho Song (“The Host,” “Thirst,” … Continue reading
The Stephen King horror brand may be well established with a generation of filmmakers and especially Hollywood decision makers. But audiences? They’re living in the “Annabelle/Conjuring/Amityville/Insidious” universe. New Line’s inexpensive, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink is haunted (that’s the NEXT movie) “Annabelle: Creation” is … Continue reading