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The Battle of Jangsari

The Battle of Jangsari

Vampire Owl: I hope that it would be like the battle we had with the zombies. Vampire Bat: We had a battle with the zombies last year? Vampire Owl: Yes, the one which was fought near the meeting point of two rivers. Vampire Bat: Wan’t that a battle with the werewolves? Vampire Owl: Yes, they … Continue reading

Svaha

Svaha

Vampire Owl: Another Korean movie. You are going international very often. Vampire Bat: Well, there is the need for more movies for lock-down as far as vampires are concerned. Vampire Owl: You still haven’t watched everything from Hollywood. Vampire Bat: That can surely wait. There are many types of movies in different languages, from all … Continue reading

Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis

Vampire Owl: Do you know that some of the vampires in our group are having a great metamorphosis these days? Vampire Bat: Vampires are having metamorphosis nowadays? I thought that it was more or less of a werewolf thing. Vampire Owl: Yes, it used to be. Only the zombies and witches had a small share … Continue reading

The Divine Fury

The Divine Fury

Vampire Owl: We are certainly not used to watching Korean movies. Vampire Bat: Yes, but we make exceptions with some of those films Vampire Owl: I think that the last two Korean movies reviewed around here were The Wailing and Train to Busan. Vampire Bat: They were the only two movies of that particular language … Continue reading

The Wailing

The Wailing

Vampire Owl: Another Korean movie? I am very much interested in the same. Vampire Bat: There are so many more movies, and it doesn’t matter how many we watch, as we won’t be satisfied ever. Vampire Owl: Are we actually running short of immortality? Vampire Bat: Yes, whenever one such movie begins, the Wheel of … Continue reading

Train to Busan

Train to Busan

Vampire Owl: I had the feeling that you were never going to write on foreign movies. Vampire Bat: Yes, that was the earlier intention, but there are so many good titles among them. To add to it, I had written about a foreign short film. Vampire Owl: So you mean to say that you are … Continue reading