Movie Genre: Horror

Kingdom: Ashin of The North (2021): Unncessary Special Still Able to Put on Par With Its Main Series

‘Kingdom: Ashin of The North’ might seems to be an unnecessary special, but able to fulfill audience curiosity with an engaging narrative and satisfying visuals.

The Medium (2021): Scariest horror film of 2021 so far?!

The unsettling atmosphere, graphic visual and slow-shocking narrative is an uneasy, nauseating watch. But The Medium observation on Thailand’s shamanism truly deserves its title as the best 2021 horror film (so far).

One Cut of the Dead (2017): A Wholesome Love Letter to All Filmmakers

Originally inventive and absurdly over-the-top, One Cut of The Dead is a non-stop ride from the beginning that pack a twist filled with laughter while it is also an inspiring love letter for amateur filmmakers out there.

Spiral: From the Book of Saw (2021): A Wasted Revolutionary Case

‘Spiral’ tries something new that certainly have the potential, yet all of its gone to waste as they try to stick to the rotten stylistic root of its predecessors.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (2021): A Beautiful Hell Ride

“Demon Slayer: Mugen Train” is a film that would satisfy fan for its action sequence, but that doesn’t mean casual audience could be entertained by its mesmerizing animation and emotional core it provided.

The Call (2020): Performances Can’t Save Poor Story Choices

The Call has a simple concept that is executed well by the premise with excellent cinematography and production design, only to be muddled by its poor story choices in the second-half that fortunately are carried by the two leads, Park Shin-hye and Jeon Jong-seo.

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