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One of the protagonists played by Jihu Park, Nam On-jo (left), tries to escape from her first encounter with a zombie at her high school in Hyosan, South Korea, in Netflixs latest South Korean import following the highly successful Squid Game. Since its initial release on Jan. 28, All of Us Are Dead made its way to No. 1 Netflix U.S.’s Top 10 list.

Dying to watch – Netflix’s ‘All of Us Are Dead’ brings depth by revealing hard-to-swallow problems within society

Michelle Sheen, Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2022

Enchanting viewers with the perfect amount of gore and heartbreaking scenes exposing corruption within society, the South Korean-produced Netflix series, “All of Us Are Dead,” brings the standard thrills...

An artist’s rendering of Gang Dong-won, who stars as Jeong-seok, an ex-South Korean soldier. The protagonist fights for his life to escape from zombies and a rogue military unit established nearby Incheon Port in “Peninsula,” the long-awaited sequel to 2016’s South Korean-made “Train to Busan.”

‘Train to Busan’ sequel derails from beginning as zombies take a backseat to military troop gone awry

Alice Lee, Staff Reporter September 12, 2020

Earning $98.5 million worldwide, South Korea’s “Train to Busan” returns four years after its initial release with a long-awaited yet disappointing sequel that features a cliche good guys vs. bad...

Locked and loaded, the survivalist trainees led by Alain (left) get ready for their next training exercise in Netflixs The Decline. The thriller was released March 27, a few weeks after California Gov. Gavin Newsoms stay-at-home orders to flatten the rate of those testing positive for COVID-19. Image posted with permission from Netflix and photographer Bertrand Calmeau.

Netflix’s gory, violent ‘The Decline’ best for those with a strong stomach

Sydnee Tallant, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor May 5, 2020

A few weeks into California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order to flatten the COVID-19 pandemic curve, Netflix released a Quebec-produced film aptly titled, “The Decline.” One can easily fill...

Alex (Brianne Tju) swims into a thin underwater passage in which she finds human remains. Image from the EPK.TV.

‘47 Meters Down’ not worth taking the dive to watch

Michelle Buckley, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2019

Is it really summer without a grotesque shark movie hitting theaters? Probably not. That is, if the film is any good.  If not, then it’s safe to say that the film should be prevented from killing...

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