South Korean director Lim Sang-yoon offers up a powerhouse, incredibly choreographed, crime-drama with A Company Man.
New World is a tense and violent crime thriller from South Korean filmmaker Park hoon-jung
An escapist martial arts special effects fantasy film that is never too serious, Woochi is just the right film to pull you out of a dull weekend.
Even though we’ve seen this one before, Bedevilled works thanks in part to it’s strong performances.
This South Korean spy thriller doesn’t quite reach the heights of Bond, Bourne, or Tinker Tailor, but the energetic action sequences and kick-butt performance from gorgeous female lead Soo Ae make it one worth watching.
Quick is South Korea’s answer to Speed, only faster, funnier, and better. The Blu-ray from Shout! Factory is also a home theatre winner.
This gritty wartime action-drama captures some spectacular battle scenes, only faltering when it tries to incorporate its themes of unlikely camaraderie between enemies. Still, My Way will satisfy fans of the genre and offers up a more than solid slice of home theatre entertainment on Blu-ray.
Despite a less than stellar 3D conversion, this Korean sc-fi thriller is a satisfying mix of Alien and The Host that sci-fi geeks are sure to appreciate. The 2D transfer and strong lossless 5.1 soundtrack more than compensate for the 3D’s shortcomings.
Korea’s War of the Arrows is one of the most exciting, riveting, beautifully shot and action-filled films you will want to see on Blu-ray this year and it arrives in a reference, region-free release from the UK’s Cine-Asia.
Riveting action and a dubious anti-hero defines filmmaker Na Hong-jin’s latest film, The Yellow Sea, one of the best action films to hit Blu-ray all year.