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Bad Guy (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Kim Ki Duk (Director)
| Cho Jae Hyun (Actor)
| Won Seo (Actor)
| Kim Yoon Tae (Actor)
Acclaimed Korean director Kim Ki Duk is a controversial and celebrated filmmaker with a signature style that can only be described as bizarre. Kim's films, like The Isle and Address Unknown, often mix violence and brutality with vulgarity and disturbing themes, capturing an aspect of human nature in way that few filmmakers dare to do, let alone so compellingly. Bad Guy is Kim's most commercially successful film in Korea, but it does not squirm from the controversial elements that set his films apart.
Han Ki (Cho Jae Hyun), the leader of a third-rate gang in a red-light district, sees Son Hwa (Seo Won), a pretty, vivacious college student, on the street, and draws near as if fascinated. When she throws him a glance filled with contempt and disgust, he violently forces a kiss on her. After being beaten up and spit on, Han Ki, filled with seething rage and a bloodthirsty craving for vengeance, spins a diabolical plan to turn the girl into a prostitute. His scheme succeeds, and Han Ki watches Son Hwa rapidly descend into physical and mental degradation through a mirror/window in a secret room next to hers.
Tazza: The Hidden Card (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor)
| Kim Yoon Seok (Actor)
| Shin Se Kyung (Actor)
| Park Hyo Joo (Actor, Actor)
Hur Young Man's gambling comic Tazza, which inspired Choi Dong Hun's 2006 blockbuster and a 2008 television drama, gets adapted a third time in Sunny director Kang Hyung Chul's fast-paced, twist-filled film sequel Tazza: The Hidden Card. Based on the second volume of Huh's comic, Tazza 2 stars Big Bang's T.O.P (Commitment) as the young and suave nephew of Tazza: The High Rollers' protagonist Goni. Yu Hae Jin reprises his role from the first Tazza, as does Kim Yoon Seok who returns as the notorious Ah Gwi for the final gambling showdown.The film's star-studded cast includes actresses Shin Se Kyung (Hindsight) and Honey Lee (I Am the King) and actors Kwak Do Won, Lee Kyoung Young, Kim In Kwon and Oh Jung Se.
Fleeing his hometown after a violent altercation, young upstart Dae Gil (T.O.P) takes the underworld gambling scene by storm with his innate flair for the game, and soon he's living the high life with the world at his feet. The cards turn against him, however, when he falls prey to a set-up. While down and out, he reencounters his hometown sweetheart Mina (Shin Se Kyung), who now works for a rival gambling den boss, and his uncle's old friend Ko Kwang Ryeol (Yu Hae Jin) who helps him con his way back into the game.
This edition includes a 12-page booklet, five photo cards and special features (commentary, making of, CG making, deleted scenes, cameo making and trailers).
The Suspect (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Kim Sung Kyun (Actor)
| Yoo Da In (Actor)
| Jo Sung Ha (Actor)
| Gong Yoo (Actor)
The action never stops in the intense fugitive thriller The Suspect starring Gong Yoo as a former North Korean spy on the run. Directed by Won Sin Yeon (Seven Days), The Suspect dishes out one high-octane chase and bloody shootout after another as the framed protagonist takes on the army and assassins alike. Park Hee Soon (The Client) co-stars as the dogged military man on the chase, along with a supporting cast that includes Jo Sung Ha (Commitment), Kim Sung Kyun (Hwayi: A Monster Boy), Jo Jae Yoon (Miracle in Cell No. 7) and Yoo Da In (Re-encounter).
Ji Dong Cheol (Gong Yoo) was once one of North Korea's best agents, but he has settled quietly in the South as a defector since being betrayed by his government. He goes on the run after getting framed for the murder of his boss, who was developing a secret formula that could greatly affect the North-South power balance. Colonel Min Se Hoon (Park Hee Soon), a tough-as-nails spy tracker whose unit was wiped out by Dong Cheol years ago, is called in to lead the manhunt. Dong Cheol, meanwhile, is on a hunt of his own when he realizes the murder case is part of a greater conspiracy that links back to the massacre that claimed the lives of his family.
This edition includes a 12-page booklet, five photo cards and special features (making-of and action featurettes, deleted scenes, bloopers, premiere, trailers).
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