It is no secret that South Korea produces thrillers of global repute. They are often based on an odd angle, as in I Saw the Devil, or they deal with corruption, as in Memories of Murder. Often terribly beautiful, they are also terrifyingly violent. Howling shows off all these qualities, as well as two of the country’s greatest actors in Song Kang-ho and Lee Na-Yeong, in a uniquely mixed breed, giving of the scent of a future classic. A single parent cop (Kang-ho) in... Read More