Korean movie reviews from 2006 ..

Some will no doubt revile it as a premier example of Korean cinema's gloating indulgence in nauseating depictions of physical violence and horrible treatment of women (although not too many "Western" critics seem to mind when Koreans or Japanese do this in their movies -- oh I know, feminists live only in the U.S., like "top" baseball players): ugly characters doing ugly things to each other, with not a shred of wisdom to be found at the end.

* Includes tickets sold in 2007

However, his real trouble begins when friend Min-ho (Namgung Min), an aspiring movie director, asks him to be a "consultant" for the latter's debut film, a gangster epic not unlike .Poet Yu Ha's highly anticipated follow-up to the critically and financially successful , 's Korean title references Martin Scorsese's , and there are similarities to the latter's and .

Luke 6 Commentary | Precept Austin

As the movies progressed they seemed to add parodies of not so scary movies such as Charlie's Angels and Mission Impossible II.

Psycho is credited with launching the "slasher” movie and re-inventing the genre, giving birth to the modern horror and moving the location of scary castles to everyday locations and changing the killer from monsters to humans....