The Least Endangered Species: Park Chan Wook’s Films Validate the Human Desire for Vengeance and Anger

Humans are often called the most intelligent "animals" on Earth—that the only thing that makes us human is our innate and distinct self-awareness. All else that we possess such as flesh, metabolism, and even recognizing hierarchy are the attributes of other wild animals. Yet, when we are backed into a corner, we seem to go … Continue reading The Least Endangered Species: Park Chan Wook’s Films Validate the Human Desire for Vengeance and Anger

REVIEW: Bad Genius (2017)

  (With SPOILERS!) Bad Genius is an exciting Thai Ocean’s 11-esque film directed by Nattawut Poonpiriya. Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying as the main character Lynn reminded me of strong-headed Iwaya Sumire, played by Japanese actress and model Koyuki in the famous Japanese manga and TV series, Kimi Wa Petto (2003). She gave justice to Lynn’s motives and glided … Continue reading REVIEW: Bad Genius (2017)

REVIEW: The Devil’s Candy (2015)

  A sweet, twisted fix for metalheads, artists, and Horror junkies. I AM still shaking as I am writing this review. The Horror genre is saved, once again. Sean Byrne brilliantly marries horror and heavy Metal music into The Devil's Candy (2015), an indie horror flick released in limited theaters last March this year, but … Continue reading REVIEW: The Devil’s Candy (2015)