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It's always hard to tell whether or not the latest movie is worth seeing -- so don't leave it to chance! Hosted by the editors behind The Onion's AV Club, AV Talk candidly sizes up the latest films and TV shows and lets you know if they're worthy of your eyeballs' attention. A bad movie can ruin a... Read More
There's a reason that I Saw the Devil has been granted only a limited theatrical release in the States: It's a shocking and highly unsettling revenge thriller. But it's also a fascinating example of contemporary Korean filmmaking. AV Talk gives you a crash course in the Korean filmmakers you may have never heard of, but who are making a huge impact on the movie business worldwide.
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