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Pop Culture Imports: ‘Woman at War,’ ‘The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,’ ‘Goblin,’ And More

Pop Culture Imports: ‘Woman at War,’ ‘The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,’ ‘Goblin,’ And More
(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign movies and TV streaming right now.) After last week‘s Neon Genesis Evangelion-themed column, we’re back with our regular edition of Pop Culture Imports and the best foreign-language movies and TV shows streaming now. That includes the Cannes darling and absurdist Icelandic dramedy Woman at War, the […]

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Touch Your Heart: Yoo In-Na and Lee Dong-Wook finally kiss in mid-series episode, viewership remains consistent

Touch Your Heart — the popular K-drama currently airing on the Total Variety Network (tvN) — just recently aired its mid-series episode. In it, main leads Yoo In-Na and Lee Dong-Wook finally kiss which gave many fans “Goblin” vibes. Despite the anticipated kiss, viewership remained constant. What went down in the mid-series episode? As a friendly reminder, since this article is talking about a mid-series kiss, there will be series spoilers. So not too much is spoiled, only general points will be revealed. In the eighth episode of Touch Your Heart, the Always Law Firm takes a celebratory trip for […]

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Touch Your Heart debut: tvN K-Drama starring Goblin co-stars Yoo In-Na and Lee Dong-Wook touches the hearts of fans

After what seemed like an eternity for fans of the K-drama Goblin, the wait for Touch Your Heart to debut is over. The new series featuring the Goblin second leads Lee Dong-Wook and Yoo In-Na finally aired and it has figuratively touched the hearts of both domestic and international fans who watched it. Touched the hearts of domestic and international fans Starting with the domestic audience in South Korea, according to viewership ratings provided by Agb Nielsen Korea, the debut episode earned a Seoul viewership of 5.154 percent for the debut episode and 5.629 percent viewership for the second episode. […]

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Review: ‘Piercing’ is a Psychological Thriller Turned Cartoonish Laugh Riot

A marriage between the gorgeously disturbing imagery Nicolas Pesce delivered via his debut The Eyes of My Mother and the surreally warped sensibilities of Audition author Ryû Murakami definitely piqued my interest as far as the former’s adaptation of the latter’s novel Piercing. This psychological thriller concerns new father Reed’s (Christopher Abbott) need to briefly leave his wife (Laia Costa’s Mona) and the baby he can’t stop himself from wanting to stab with an ice pick in order to find a prostitute with which to cleanse his dark thoughts of murder elsewhere. Maybe he’s a serial killer or maybe this urge is the culmination of not yet having put metal into flesh. Either way, his carefully laid plans will inevitably go awry so our voyeuristically perverted Gods may laugh.

Let’s face it: watching Reed rock his screaming baby until it stops to stare
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Sky Castle: Jtbc K-Drama sets record for network and cable television by surpassing tvN’s Goblin and Reply 1988

Join our newsletter to get more stories like this Sky Castle (often stylized with the word “Sky” in all capitals) has taken Korean cable network shows by storm. The plot, phenomenal acting, and great direction continue to appease viewers. Now Sky Castle has recently earned another accolade. Even though the series is still ongoing, it has now become the highest-rated K-drama in Korean cable television history. This means that it surpassed the two blockbuster K-dramas of 2016 that aired on the Total Variety Network (tvN), Goblin and Reply 1988. Reaching for the sky when it comes to viewership Sky Castle […]

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tvN releases teaser trailer for Touch Your Heart starring Lee Dong-Wook and Yoo In-Na much to the delight of Goblin fans

Join our newsletter to get more stories like this Late last year, it was reported Lee Dong-Wook and Yoo In-Na would be reuniting as the lead characters in an upcoming K-drama on the Total Variety Network (tvN). Now tvN is releasing pre-debut teasers for the K-drama titled Touch Your Heart. Much to the delight of Goblin fans, one of those teasers is a trailer video which hits them in the “feels.” The teaser trailer video which is only a meager 15 seconds long doesn’t show much. What it does show are simple yet lovely interactions between the two leads. These include simple […]

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Dawn Of The Dead 40th Anniversary Album Release from Goblin

Exactly 40 years after the release of the Original Soundtrack for George A.Romero’s masterpiece Dawn of the Dead, at the decree of fans, critics and media worldwide, the official current line-up of Goblin is unleashing a commemorative studio album, Fearless (37513 Zombie Ave). The celebratory album unveils reimagined versions of the most significant tunes from …

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Goblin’s New Album Fearless (37513 Zombie Ave.) to Feature Reimagined Versions of Music from George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead and Dario Argento’s Suspiria

  • DailyDead
If you've ever seen a horror movie with a score composed by Goblin, then you know the band's music is just as much a character as anyone on screen. Undoubtedly, two of Goblin's most celebrated soundtracks were featured in Dawn of the Dead and Suspiria, and to celebrate 40 years of their music from the former, Goblin is releasing a new studio album, Fearless (37513 Zombie Ave.), with reimagined takes on their classic arrangements from George A. Romero's seminal zombie movie and Dario Argento's haunting dance school story.

Press Release: Exactly 40 years after the release of the Original Soundtrack for George A.Romero's masterpiece Dawn of the Dead, at the decree of fans, critics and media worldwide, the official current line-up of Goblin is unleashing a commemorative studio album, Fearless (37513 Zombie Ave).

The celebratory album unveils reimagined versions of the most significant tunes from their original iconic soundtrack, as well
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Scores on Screen. Moogs and Magic: Goblin’s Score for "Suspiria"

  • MUBI
Scores on Screen is a column by Clare Nina Norelli on film soundtracks.The blackened screen. A barrage of percussion on the soundtrack summons forth the cries of an agonized, frenetic violin. They fuse with a chorus of synthesized sonorities and begin to crescendo, a perpetual discordant climax that is so all-consuming, so alarming, that if it feels as though your head might explode from the sheer intensity of it all. Suddenly the aural assault is brought to a halt with a jarring “crack!” The word “Suspiria” appears on screen, followed by a new cue on the soundtrack, a sweet celesta and bells melody. The soft tinkling of the celesta and bells' repetitive motif would be almost soothing, lulling, if it were not for fact it is accompanied by a faint, discordant whisper. Our ears strain, we listen in, we cannot be sure of what we are hearing. Is the
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Edgar Wright Reveals How the Original ‘Suspiria’ Influenced ‘Baby Driver’

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Edgar Wright Reveals How the Original ‘Suspiria’ Influenced ‘Baby Driver’
Edgar Wright has always been generous in his praise of other directors, from his recent call to see Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” in theaters rather than at home to his appreciation of “Mission: Impossible – Fallout.” Now, as part of a Guardian feature in which filmmakers reflect on their favorite horror scenes, Wright is sharing his love of the original “Suspiria” — namely, its opening sequence, which he considers “one of the great set pieces in horror cinema.”

“Most horror films start with a sense of normality, and then plunge you into the horror world at the end of the first act,” writes the “Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz,” and “Baby Driver” director. “But in ‘Suspiria’ everything is intensely sinister from the very start, and not just because of [Italian prog-rock band] Goblin’s unsettling, nursery rhyme score, with its chants of ‘Witch, witch’ (alerting English-speaking audiences [of the Italian-language film] to what’s coming down the tracks
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Netflix Picks Up Korean Medical Drama Series ‘Life’

  • Variety
Netflix has acquired distribution rights to Korean-produced medical drama “Life” for imminent distribution in multiple Asian territories. The show will air in the U.S. later this year.

“Life” hails from Lee Su-yeon, writer of “Stranger,” a series which won the grand prize in TV at the 54th Baeksang Arts Awards in Korea. It is directed by Hong Jong-chan, who previously directed “Dear My Friends.”

The medical drama tells a story about the people in a hospital who want to protect and save, and also those who want to defend what what they believe is right. Lee Dong-wook, well known for his lead part in “Goblin,” stars in “Life” as a hospital doctor, and Jo Seung-woo plays (“Stranger”) the CEO of the hospital where everything takes place.

Netflix will premiere the first four episodes of “Life” in Asia Pacific markets (excluding Japan) and English-speaking regions (excluding U.S.) on Aug.
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Goblin to Live Score Original Suspiria Screenings This Fall

Goblin to Live Score Original Suspiria Screenings This Fall
Dario Argento's Suspiria is a classic psychological horror movie, which was made even more creepy by the original score from Italian prog rock band Goblin. Whispers, analog synthesizers, chiming bells, and more were all combined to create the soundtrack in a matter of weeks in 1977. Since then, the sounds that Goblin created in the studio have gone on to influence everybody from horror icon John Carpenter to current bands like Secret Chiefs 3 and Goat. The band has announced a North American tour that will see them playing the score live to screenings of Suspiria this fall.

The special Goblin Suspiria live screenings are going to be pretty special events. Founding keyboardist Claudio Simonetti is bringing the band back to North America after some successful shows last fall that will also be able to capitalize on the Suspiria remake, which will be hitting theaters in November. The tour will begin October 28th in Baltimore,
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Goblin to Live Score Original Suspiria Screenings This Fall

Goblin to Live Score Original Suspiria Screenings This Fall
Dario Argento's Suspiria is a classic psychological horror movie, which was made even more creepy by the original score from Italian prog rock band Goblin. Whispers, analog synthesizers, chiming bells, and more were all combined to create the soundtrack in a matter of weeks in 1977. Since then, the sounds that Goblin created in the studio have gone on to influence everybody from horror icon John Carpenter to current bands like Secret Chiefs 3 and Goat. The band has announced a North American tour that will see them playing the score live to screenings of Suspiria this fall.

The special Goblin Suspiria live screenings are going to be pretty special events. Founding keyboardist Claudio Simonetti is bringing the band back to North America after some successful shows last fall that will also be able to capitalize on the Suspiria remake, which will be hitting theaters in November. The tour will begin October 28th in Baltimore,

Goblin Will Provide a Live Score for ‘Suspiria’ Screenings Throughout the U.S. Later This Year!

Goblin Will Provide a Live Score for ‘Suspiria’ Screenings Throughout the U.S. Later This Year!
Ahead of the release of Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria this coming November, we’ve learned that Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin is headed out on the road for a tour that will see them play the iconic Suspiria score, during screenings of Argento’s film, through the Us, UK and Canada! In addition to live-scoring the film as it plays up […]
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Netflix Shines For Lee Byun-hun Starring ‘Mr Sunshine’

  • Variety
Netflix has picked up multi-territory rights to Mr Sunshine, a new Korean period drama series starring Lee Byung-hun.

The show is written by Kim Eun-sook and directed by Lee Eung-bok, the pair who created smash it series “Descendants of the Sun.” Production is by Hwa&Dam Pictures, one of Korea’s top drama production firms, and Studio Dragon, who teamed up with Hwa&Dam for Goblin and Bravo My Life.

Running to 24-episodes, “Mr Sunshine” will premiere exclusively on Netflix starting July 7, with episodes streaming on the same day of its Korean broadcast in the U.S. and most Asian territories. The series will then premiere in Japan on July 8, and the rest of the world on July 19.

Based in Shinmiyangyo, or the U.S. expedition to Korea in the late 19th century, Mr. Sunshine tells the story of a Korean boy born into a family of a house servant
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Netflix Acquires Korean Drama Series ‘Mr. Sunshine’ For July Premiere

  • Deadline
Netflix has licensed the new Korean original drama series Mr. Sunshine, from Descendants of the Sun creators Kim Eun-sook and Lee Eung-bok, for a worldwide premiere next month.

Written by Kim and directed by Lee, the 24-episode Mr. Sunshine will premiere exclusively on Netflix starting July 7, with episodes streaming on the same day of its Korean broadcast in the U.S. and Asian territories excluding Korea. The series will then premiere in Japan on July 8 and the rest of the world on July 19.

Set in Shinmiyangyo, or the U.S. expedition to Korea in the late 19th century, Mr. Sunshine tells the story of a Korean boy born into a family of a house servant running away to board an American warship, later to return to his homeland as a Us marine officer. He ironically falls in love with an aristocrat’s daughter and discovers the dark scheme to colonize
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse villains and Peter Parker casting revealed

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man makes his return to the big screen today in Avengers: Infinity War, but it isn’t the only Spidey movie we have to look forward to this year as Sony unleashes its animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

During Sony’s presentation at CinemaCon this week, it was revealed that the movie will feature three villains – The Prowler, The Kingpin, and Ultimate Green Goblin.

The Prowler is being voiced by Mahershala Ali, while Liev Schreiber (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) is also confirmed to be voicing one of the villains, although it’s unclear whether it will be Kingpin or the Goblin.

Meanwhile, in one other piece of news, New Girl and Jurassic World star Jake Johnson is set to lend his voice to a middle-aged Peter Parker.

See Also: Liev Schreiber talks Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated movie

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind
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Images & Release Details for Waxwork Records’ Tenebrae Remastered Vinyl Score

Waxwork Records is releasing a remastered vinyl of the pulsating music to Dario Argento's Tenebrae. Much like Argento's films, the music by Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli, and Massimo Morante encapsulates the overstimulating of the senses. The vinyl score comes in two discs: a deep red vinyl and a silver vinyl, and we have a look at the full list of details and packaging artwork for the anticipated release:

Tenebrae Vinyl Score: "Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the complete soundtrack vinyl release of Dario Argento’s Tenebrae. Scored by three former members of Goblin in 1982 (Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli, and Massimo Morante), the synth driven score makes its definitive and expanded vinyl debut. Waxwork is excited to offer the most comprehensive version of the soundtrack album on vinyl to one of the most important Giallo films ever made.

Unlike the soundtracks that Goblin had previously contributed to the films by Dario Argento,
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Waxwork Records Reveals Photos & Release Details for Goblin’s Dawn Of The Dead Vinyl Score

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"When there's no more room in hell... the dead will walk the Earth." Just as eerie as the haunting quotes and deteriorating society in George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead, Goblin's score for the seminal zombie movie is up for pre-sale now from Waxwork Records, and we have a look at the full release details and photos of the anticipated release.

Dawn of the Dead Deluxe Vinyl Score: "Waxwork Records is beyond thrilled to announce the highly anticipated deluxe soundtrack release of George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead. Scored by Italian progressive rock group Goblin, and available for the very first time on vinyl in it’s entirety, George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead marks the latest installment in Waxwork’s “Living Dead” soundtrack trilogy.

Dawn Of The Dead (also known as internationally as Zombi) is a 1978 independent zombie horror film directed by George A.
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Spider-Man 3 Originally Introduced Vulture, Not Venom

Venom wasn’t originally supposed to appear in Spider-Man 3, and Sam Raimi wanted to use that time to set up Vulture instead. Sony’s original Spider-Man trilogy was revolutionary and ground-breaking for its time, and much of that success is owed to Raimi’s storytelling. Unfortunately, it all fell apart with Spider-Man 3. The film was bloated with villains – Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, James Franco’s Goblin, and Topher Grace’s Venom – but as it turns out, there were only supposed to be two main villains and one villain that would be set up for Spider-Man 4.
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