Ghost House (2004) (Korean)


The day that Pil-gi waited for so many years has finally come: he’s getting his own house, the last wish of his deceased father. And what a perfect house it is! Big, beautiful, isolated, next to the ocean and at that price, Pil-gi couldn’t have found a better place. All is going fine, until some inexplicable event start to happen in the house. It seems that there’s an evil spirit claiming the house as its own. The village gossip confirms Pil-gi’s worries. Each night is becoming a nightmare for him, as the ghost is doing everything it can to expel Pil-gi from living peacefully in his new home.

Then one day, an unpleasant accident happens to Pil-gi. When Pil-gi finally wakes up from his bad experience, he discovers that he possesses a new ability. Now he can not only sees ghosts, but can also communicate with them. It is time for Pil-gi to take revenge on the ghost that’s been haunting his beloved house.

Director:Sang-Jin Kim
Writers:Hang-jun Jang (writer)
Jae-yeong Jang (writer)
Genre:Comedy / Horror
Runtime:South Korea:123 min
Country:South Korea
Also Known As: Gwishini sanda
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Burmese Harp (Japanese)


Cpl. Mizushima, a Japanese soldier, becomes the harp player of Captain Inouye’s group, comprised of soldiers who fight and sing to raise moral. When they are offered shelter in a village, they eventually realize they are being watched by British soldiers. They attempt to get their ammunition (which they left outside) and see they’re surrounded, fortunately World War II ended three days ago, and they are told they’ll be sent home.
At a camp the soldiers are asked for a volunteer to talk down a group of soldiers who are still fighting on a mountain. Mizushima volunteers and is told he has 30 minutes to tell them to surrender. At the mountain he is almost shot down before they realize he is Japanese. He climbs up safely and asks to speak to whoever is in command. Meeting their commander he informs him that the war has ended and they should surrender. The commander says he shall talk to the other soldiers, and they come out minutes later stating that unanimously they decided to fight to the end. Mizushima begs for them to surrender but they do nothing. He decides to ask for more time from the British, and when he creates a surrender flag, the others take it the wrong way and believe he’s surrendering for them. They beat him unconscious and leave him on the floor. Soon the artillery begins again and because he’s on the floor, he becomes the only survivor. He wanders around looking for the camp his group was in. He becomes sick looking at all the corpses on the ground and decides to help bury them and pray for them by stealing a monks robe.
Meanwhile, Captain Inouye and his men are wondering what happened, and cling to a belief that he is still out there. Eventually they buy a parrot (saying ‘Mizushima lets go back to japan together’ over and over again) and tell a villager to bring it to a monk they suspect Mizushima is hiding as. But they get a reply that he won’t come back to Japan with them, because he must continue burying the dead.

Directed: Kon Ichikawa
Genre: Drama/War
Cast: Rentaro Mikuni, Shoji Yasui
Runtime: 108 minutes
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English

The Wall Man (2006) (Japanese)


Acting on an anonymous suggestion, television reporter Kyoko(Sakai Masato) decides to do a feature on the “Wall Man”, a mysterious creature, neither human nor demon, that lives in walls and observes the world. Her report is a big success, inspiring lots of audience interest in the myth. What started out as interest, however, turns into obsession as the people around Kyoko become increasingly fixated with the topic and start to exhibit strange behavior. Kyoko’s own boyfriend, cameraman Nishina (Ono Mayumi), can’t seem take his eyes or lens away from the walls, endlessly snapping pictures. What does he see in the blank walls?

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Director:Wataru Hayakawa
Writers:Wataru Hayakawa (screenplay)
Daijirô Morohoshi (comic)
Genre: Horror
Cast: Mayumi Ono, Masato Sakai, Hineki Mito
Japan:98 min
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Open City (Korean) 2008

Synopsis :
The Regional Crime Squad consists of the finest elites of Korea’s police force, and veteran detective CHO Dae-young outshines them all as the officer with the most arrests on his record. Dae-young receives orders from his superiors to oversee the case over a pickpocket ring affiliated with the Yakuza. PAIK Jang-mi, arrestingly beautiful and ingenious with her hands, attempts to bring in KANG Man-ok, a legendary pickpocket, into her international ring in hopes of expanding it. Dae-young and Jang-mi first meet when he rescues her from danger. Little do they know what lies ahead.

Release Date : January 1, 2008
Cast : Kim Myeong-min, Son Ye-jin, Kim Hae-sook, Son Byeong-ho
AKA : Moo-bang-bi Do-si
Genre : Action, Crime
Country : South Korea
Language : Korean
Subtitle : N/A
Duration : 114 min.
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Yes I can see dead people (Hong Kong) 2008

Yes I can see dead people (Chinese) 2008

Sun Boy’z member Steven Cheung sheds his bandmates to take on a starring role in Yes, I Can See Dead People, a teen horror film about that age-old movie problem: seeing ghosts. As the title might suggest, Yes, I See Dead People has moments of comedy to lighten its otherwise creepy premise, but it still features tense atmosphere and plenty of shock scares that should have teenagers cowering in delighted fear. Though the concept of “seeing ghosts” has long been overused, Yes, I See Dead People manages to separate itself from similar genre entries, managing a fine balance between creepy horror and knowing comedy. Steven Cheung departs from his usual sidekick roles to play the hero, and is joined by Kris Gu (The Eye 10), screen veteran Lau Kong, and fellow EEG singer Mandy Chiang.
Steven Cheung is Nam, a slacker who has the power to see dead people – and he seems to be pretty okay with it. From departed friends to ghostly children, the undead populate the corridors of Nam’s housing estate, and he’s used to their presence, disturbing though it should be. Things change when his brother Tung (Kris Gu) begins acting distant and wetting himself, and Nam thinks that there may be more going on than just his brother’s lack of self control. Estate security guard Fok (Lau Kong) clues Nam in: there are dangerous ghosts too, and one of them is starting to mount his own terror campaign by possessing Nam’s neighbors and family. Fok also teaches Nam that those who possess ghost-seeing powers must bear the responsibility to use them properly. But can Nam learn the tricks of the ghost-busting trade before the evil spirits take his brother or the stewardess (Kathy Yuen) that he has the hots for?

AKA: 恶男事件/Yes, I can see dead people
Year: 2008
Directed: Li Guang Yao
Genre: Drama/Horror/Thriller
Runtime: 91 mins
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: Mandarin/English
IMDB: Not Available

Steven Cheung Chi Hang
Mandy Chiang Nga Man
Kris Gu Yu
Lau Kong
Amy Tan En Mei
Kathy Yuen Ka Yee
Chau Ka Sing

go go second time virgin (Japanese) 1969

go go second time virgin (Japanese) 1969

The film opens with Poppo, a teenaged girl, being raped by four boys on the roof of a seven-story apartment building. She asks them to kill her, but they mock her and leave. Tsukio, a teenaged boy, has been watching the rape passively. Over the next couple days, Poppo and Tsukio begin a relationship, telling each other of their troubled past and philosophizing about their fate. Poppo describes earlier rapes, which are shown in flashback. In a color flashback, Tsukio tells of his own recent sexual abuse at the hands his parents and another couple, all of whom he has stabbed to death. Poppo repeatedly asks Tsukio to kill her, but he refuses…………………………

japanese audio

english subbed hard style

good classic, mixes between black and white, and color.