Snowpiercer

Snowpiercer
Bong Joon-Ho makes a very confident and thrilling English language debut

Nobody's Daughter Hae-Won

Nobody's Daughter Hae-Won
Hang Sang-Soo blends together a minor story with unremarkable characters

Re-cycle

Re-cycle
Probably a film best viewed several times to fully appreciate and digest
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Hyper Japan 2014 Report September 14, 2014
Hyper Japan 2014 Report
Far East Films – avoiding the temptation to dress as Yojimbo – attended the early session of Hyper Japan 2014 on Saturday 26th July to investigate just how much Japanese popular culture can be squeezed into one place without contravening health and safety laws.
Phil Mills's Top Ten Of 2013 February 10, 2014
Phil Mills's Top Ten Of 2013
It's taken a while to materialise but Phil Mills has finally submitted his top ten movies from 2013. By his own admission, it's a slightly more lightweight list than usual but I think most of us will agree that there are some really fun popcorn flicks included that we'd all be happy to sit through.
Isaac Chambers' Top Ten Of 2013 January 26, 2014
Isaac Chambers' Top Ten Of 2013
Our third top ten list comes from the newest addition to the FEF family, Isaac Chambers. His debut offering dishes up a very solid mix of movies which I think many will find themselves nodding in agreement with. Similarly, his turkey is spot on and a lot of you will be able to relate to his pain.
Andrew Skeates's Top Ten Of 2013 January 21, 2014
Andrew Skeates's Top Ten Of 2013
Our lists of top ten movies watched in 2013 continues with a brilliantly varied offering from Andrew Skeates. Andrew's list bounces all over the map to bring us several films from various genres and years, all of which will be considered by many to be classics in their own right.
Andrew Saroch's Top Ten Of 2013 January 19, 2014
Andrew Saroch's Top Ten Of 2013
We're running as late as ever with our lists of top ten movies watched in 2013, but they should all be hitting the site over the next week or so. We kick things off with Andrew Saroch's list, which serves up a few sleeper hits you may be unaware of as well as a couple of kung fu classics...
You Must Be Tired Of Living! - Volume 2 April 12, 2013
You Must Be Tired Of Living! - Volume 2
In the second and final part of our villains feature, we give you more scoundrels who make old school kung-fu films so darn wonderful. It’s by no means an exhaustive list and there are a few notable names missing, but feel free to send us a missive championing your own beloved scoundrel...
You Must Be Tired Of Living! - Volume 1 April 11, 2013
You Must Be Tired Of Living! - Volume 1
There’s nothing better than a good villain and old school kung-fu films have them in abundance. As Old School Easter draws to a close, we present the first part of our selection of memorable antagonists along with our unique rating for who really has us quaking in our boots...
The Brave Archer And The Even Braver Reviewer April 09, 2013
The Brave Archer And The Even Braver Reviewer
Inspired by our current celebration of old school kung fu movies, Andrew Saroch decided it was time to watch director Chang Cheh's ‘Brave Archer’ films again, one a day under doctor’s orders, and try to reacquaint himself with one of the more baffling trilogies in cinematic history.
A Touch Of Pen April 06, 2013
A Touch Of Pen
As part of Old School Easter, we opened up the doors at FEF towers to allow you, the readers, to submit your own content. Here you'll find all of the reviews we received, along with any available links to the writer's own websites. Many thanks to all who participated.
Hwangtastic April 04, 2013
Hwangtastic
Is there anything in the varied tendrils of cinema as electrifying as a certain Korean Tae-Kwon Do superstar, mostly furnished with a handle-bar moustache, unleashing a terrible tirade of bootwork on an unsuspecting foe? Old School Easter continues with a celebration of the legendary Hwang Jang-Lee.
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