Tag: Na Hong-jin

The 10 Best Films Of 2016

A year ago, High On Films was just an idea waiting to be conceived. I feel so ecstatic now as we have turned our varied film taste and opinions into one long world of wordplay. We have written, argued and talked about every single fable that is thrown towards us in the name of cinematic artistry. Despite the times when we struggled to go through the films that were deliberately a slog, we have managed to stand again on grounds of films that were magical in every sense of the word. After sitting down to pick our favorites, it was difficult to bring the number of best films down to a bare minimum. But we battled and narrowed down our collaborative favorites in a list that follows.

The Wailing [2016]: Killing them diabolically

The Wailing is the best psychological-thriller horror film since William Friedkin’s ‘The Exorcist (1973)’. Review by Deloret In a town inhabited by mind numbing summer blockbusters, Hong-Jin’s The Wailing encroaches like a…