Air Doll

Friday, March 5th, 2010 by Vomitron -

Air Doll   Air Doll posterCR 85x120 reviews fantasy drama comedy Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Hirokazu Koreeda based on a manga by Yoshiie Gouda
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Japanese title:
Kûki Ningyô

Cold hands, warm heart

Air Doll   Offscreen 2010 mini logo reviews fantasy drama comedy Hirokazu Koreeda already gained critical acclaim with splendid features like ‘After Life’ (1998) and ‘Nobody Knows’ (2004). In his latest, Air Doll, Korean actress Du-Na Bae (‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance’ & ‘The Host‘) portrays an inflatable sex doll that grows a heart – technically, it’s something closer to a soul and a conscious – leaves her natural bedroom habitat and sets off into the city to discover what life has to offer (and very much unaware of it all). She finds her way to a video store. By far not the worst place to start with your first job.



Thursday, May 7th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Dream   dream alterna poster 85x120 romance reviews fantasy drama Director: Kim Ki-Duk
Writer: Kim Ki-Duk
Release year: 2008
Korean title: Bi-Mong

Destructive romance on a higher level

Dream   bifff2009 minilogo romance reviews fantasy drama When Jin enters his realm of dreams, an unknown woman acts out his experiences for real in a state of unawareness. Discomforting events increase dramatically when the faiths of these two lost souls become more and more entangled.


The Blood Of Rebirth

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010 by Vomitron -

The Blood Of Rebirth   Blood Rebirth posterCR 85x120 reviews fantasy drama Director: Toshiaki Toyoda
Hangan Oguri
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Japanese title:
Yomigaeri No Chi

Simply beyond and back, with the sound of rock.

The Blood Of Rebirth   Offscreen 2010 mini logo reviews fantasy drama Japan during the middle ages, a time when mysticism and dark overlords still ruled the land. A deviant tyrant, master of a ruthless clan, calls on a respectable masseur to ease his physical burdens. The masseur agrees to help, and for this he pays with his life. But his refusal to enter the hereafter, has him coming back as a ‘hungry ghost’ to take care of unfinished business…


What Dreams May Come

Monday, May 11th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

What Dreams May Come   whatdreamsmaycome 80x120 romance reviews fantasy drama Director: Vincent Ward
Writer: Ronald Bass based on a book by Richard Matheson
Release Year: 1998

Hell is Robin Williams.

Annie Collins-Nielsen (Annabella Sciorra) goes crazy when her kids, Ian (Josh Paddock) and Marie (Jessica Brooks Grant), are killed in a car accident. Only the antics of her husband Chris (Robin Williams) are able to draw her back to some sense of normality, but then he’s killed too in another car accident. She doesn’t cope well, but that’s the least of the problems in this film….