Ep. 5 The Prison – Korean Movie Review

This week Joe reviews The Prison directed by Na-Hyun alongside temporary guest host Lorraine DeGraffenreidt. Our special guest is LA comedian and artist, Lisa Deng.
Check out her work at @winecardigan

After Dark Episode

Synopsis:
A disgraced cop, sentenced to hard time in a prison he once helped fill, discovers a crime syndicate within its walls with a perfect alibi: at night, they break out of jail to commit intricate heists.

Trailer:

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Donate to help keep the show going at www.patreon.com/joecabello . It does cost more money to do this podcast than a normal podcast, since we have to see these movies. Any bit helps and encourages us.

Also, feel free to email us your thoughts at KMR@joecabello.com

Korean-Movie-Review-Podcast

Hosts Joe Cabello (author Scrote One, The Farts Awakens) and Fred Le (Sherane Musical Comedy Show) review a new Korean film each week. They’ll be coming from the point of view of outsiders who don’t normally keep up to date on Korean cinema, nor will they know much about the movie before seeing it. What you’ll get is an earnest review.

As we record more episodes and watch more movies, I imagine our relationship to Korean cinema will change. So stay tuned and check us out!

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Ep. 4 Joint Security Area – Korean Movie Review Classic

In our first ever classic Korean movie review, Joe and Fred review Joint Security Area, directed by Park Chan-wook. Our special guest is LA comedian, writer, and musician Greg Smith. Check out his work at MudvilleComedy.com

After Dark Episode

Synopsis:
Two North Korean soldiers are killed in the border area between North and South Korea, prompting an investigation by a neutral body. Sgt. Lee Soo-hyeok (Lee Byung-Hun) is the shooter, but lead investigator Maj. Sophie E. Jean (Lee Yeong-ae), a Swiss-Korean woman, receives differing accounts from the two sides. Lee claims he fired in self-defense after getting wounded, while a North Korean survivor says it was a premeditated attack — leaving Jean with her work cut out for her.

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<blockquote>Hosts Joe Cabello (author Scrote One, The Farts Awakens) and Fred Le (Sherane Musical Comedy Show) review a new Korean film each week. They’ll be coming from the point of view of outsiders who don’t normally keep up to date on Korean cinema, nor will they know much about the movie before seeing it. What you’ll get is an earnest review.

As we record more episodes and watch more movies, I imagine our relationship to Korean cinema will change. So stay tuned and check us out!</blockquote>
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Ep. 3 New Trial – Korean Movie Review

Joe and Fred review New Trial starring Jung Woo, Kang Ha-Neul, Lee Dong-Hwi, directed by Kim Tae-Yoon. Our special guest is LA comedian and writer David Kane. You can see his sketch comedy performances in Los Angeles the first Saturday of every month at The Pack theater (http://packtheater.com).

Synopsis:
“New Trial” depicts a lawyer’s long struggling lonely fight for a boy who was imprisoned for ten years after he was falsely accused of the Yakchon five-Way intersection murder case of a taxi driver in the year of 2000.

Trailer:

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Music by bensound.com
Donate to help keep the show going at www.patreon.com/joecabello . It does cost more money to do this podcast than a normal podcast, since we have to see these movies. Any bit helps and encourages us.

Also, feel free to email us your thoughts at KMR@joecabello.com

Korean-Movie-Review-Podcast

Hosts Joe Cabello (author Scrote One, The Farts Awakens) and Fred Le (Sherane Musical Comedy Show) review a new Korean film each week. They’ll be coming from the point of view of outsiders who don’t normally keep up to date on Korean cinema, nor will they know much about the movie before seeing it. What you’ll get is an earnest review.

As we record more episodes and watch more movies, I imagine our relationship to Korean cinema will change. So stay tuned and check us out!

Listen to the Podcast on Soundcloud (iTunes, Stitcher)

Donate on Patreon

Ep. 2 Fabricated City – Korean Movie Review

Joe and Fred review Fabricated City starring Ji Chang-Wook, Sim Eun-Kyung, Ahn Jae-Hon, directed by Park Kwang-Hyun. Our special guest is LA comedian and writer, Lorraine DeGraffenreidt. You can see her sketch team perform at the UCB Sunset theater on March 8th. Follower her @lorrrrraine

Intro [o:oo-3:35]
Theater Experience [3:35-12:52]
Review[12:52-End]

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fabricated-city

Synopsis:
A gamer named Kwon yoo (Ji Chang wook) is unemployed, but in the virtual world he is a leader. Kwon yoo is then framed for murder. With the help of his gaming buddies they try to uncover the truth about this murder case.

Music by bensound.com
Donate to help keep the show going at www.patreon.com/joecabello . It does cost more money to do this podcast than a normal podcast, since we have to see these movies. Any bit helps and encourages us.

Also, feel free to email us your thoughts at KMR@joecabello.com

Korean-Movie-Review-Podcast

Hosts Joe Cabello (author Scrote One, The Farts Awakens) and Fred Le (Sherane Musical Comedy Show) review a new Korean film each week. They’ll be coming from the point of view of outsiders who don’t normally keep up to date on Korean cinema, nor will they know much about the movie before seeing it. What you’ll get is an earnest review.

As we record more episodes and watch more movies, I imagine our relationship to Korean cinema will change. So stay tuned and check us out!

Listen to the Podcast on Soundcloud (iTunes, Stitcher)

Donate on Patreon