With the release of the film, Fikri Jermadi finally closes with the third and final part of this series that has been five years in the making.
Continuing their discussion on horror, Fikri and Muz brings it closer to home, looking at films from the Asian continent.
This episode goes back to 2007, and the Three Colors of New Malaysian Cinema, a seminar on Malaysian cinema at the Busan International Film Festival. Recorded by Maz Irwan Azani, it featured the late Yasmin Ahmad, Ho Yuhang, James Lee, Liew Seng Tat and Wong Tuck Cheong.
This second part of a three-part series on the film ‘Fly Me to the Moon’ is brought to you by Fikri Jermadi. “Fikri!” Vicky practically screamed, if… Read more “Challenge – Fly Me to the Moon”
In the first of a three-part series, Fikri Jermadi notes down the pre-production challenges he faced in making his film, ‘Fly Me to the Moon’. It’s difficult,… Read more “Dammit – Fly Me to the Moon”
The detective stood up, and he brought the prisoner, Do-joon (Won Bin, 원빈) to stand at the same time. “Just stand up, don’t worry,” he assured him,… Read more “Powerful – Madeo”
There is a scene in the Korean movie, ‘The Chaser’ (추격자, pronounced as Chugyeokja), that stayed with me long after the film finished. A man, arrested for… Read more “Run For It! – The Chaser”