Watching the trailer for this movie, you could be forgiven for thinking that it was Avatar for kids, but it's based on a kids book written in 1996, so any accusations of this just being an Avatar rip off are unjustified. There are similarities in the story line though, with the forest setting, the indigenous population with a human 'alien' in their midst, fighting evil... But that's about where the comparisons end.
I had high expectations going in to this…
This presents us with the story of how Jesus and Judas fight a horde of zombies using weaponised fish. And it's soaked in gore and blood, and is absolutely hilarious and brilliant from beginning to end.
Inspired by early Peter Jackson, if you are a fan of Braindead and Bad Taste, then this is for you. And, in case you're wondering, this is about as offensive to the religious as Life Of Brian, i.e. it isn't.
I Saw The Devil tells a revenge tale that pushes the boundaries in a good way. Kim Ji-Woon's film will make you question where the acceptable limit is for taking revenge on a serial killer that has taken away the person that you love most in the world.
The two leads put in brilliant performances, but the stand out is Choi Min-sik as the sadistic killer. He plays this with such cold detachment and matter of factness that you can't…
John Hillcoat directs a wonderously gritty 'Western' set in the Australian outback in an unspecified time, but during the point in history when people from various countries were settling there, and the country as we know it today was being formed.
This is presented in such a dirty, sweaty, fly covered way that you will be totally taken into the time period in which this is set. Each character is facing a hard time, in their own way, and this…