This is pretty cool news: the Korean director of Oldboy, Park Chan-wook, is looking to adapt Project Itoh’s 2007 novel Genocidal Organ.
Park Chan-Wook, director of the Vengeance Trilogy (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance and who just produced Snowpiercer, has been tapped to direct Second Born.
Park Chan-wook, director of The Vengeance Trilogy, Thirst, and Stoker, delivers an enigmatic short film filled with riddles. An inventor goes to meet an eccentric investor, one who insists on making the inventor follow a series of clues and bizarre requests before considering his new technology.
On a mission to cure a terrible virus, Priest Sang-hyeon is infected with vampirism - along with a roiling mass of carnal urges and guilt. If you like darkly funny, weird tales, don't miss Thirst from Park Chan-wook ("Oldboy").
The latest clip for Park Chan-wook's vampire film Thirst shows the proper way to make a priest strongly reconsider his vows. But can this religious vampire hold out for long? His head says no but this clip says yes.
The new vampire movie from Park Chan-Wook (Old Boy) follows the agonizing blood lust of a vampire Priest, and his desires for his best friend's girl in Thirst. Plus school-girl vamps fight winged nasties, in Blood: The Last Vampire.
Oldboy's fantastic director, Park Chan Wook, is working on a another somber tale about a vampire virus and a priest, and no, they don't walk into a bar. And in other indie news: ZOMBIE CHEERLEADERS.
Welcome to MangoBot, a biweekly column about Asian futurism by TokyoMango blogger Lisa Katayama. If you've ever questioned whether you're really an alien or a cyborg, well, you're not alone. Young-goon, the protagonist featured in acclaimed director Park Chan-wook's latest film, I'm a Cyborg But That's OK, is sent to…