G-S-T Quick 5 – 2013’s Underseen Gems

Well, well – we’re back here again, are we? The biggest difference between that post and the one you’re about to read, though, is that 2013 has been nothing but gravy through and through, boasting an absolutely absurd number of high quality films of all makes and models; if the early going was slow, things […]

G-S-T Review…Stoker

You owe yourself to give a film a chance beyond the first few minutes. Whether it is finding its own rhythm or for you to allow it to weave its web, the opening experience isn’t always going to be the best foot forward. That’s exactly how I felt while watching Stoker, Park Chan-wook’s English-language debut. […]

The Shape of Things to Come – GST’s Most Anticipated Films of 2013

We’ve closed the books on 2012 here at Go, See, Talk!– you can catch up on all of our individual takes on the year here, here, here, and here— and officially declared it “great”. That means that the time for retrospection has come and gone, and the time to look ahead has arrived. If 2012 […]

'Stoker' Official US Poster Gets Symmetrical & Dirty

If I have anything further to offer regarding Stoker, South Korean wunderkind Chan-wook Park’s first American venture, it’s marketing praise. Our cultural gatekeepers haven’t overlooked Park’s existence, so to call him an unknown quantity State-side would be something of a falsehood, but his name doesn’t have much meaning to the mainstream. So seeing Fox Searchlight […]

We Don't Need to Be Friends: Stoker International Poster and Promo Clip

In the last month, we’ve seen the release of two different trailers for South Korean maestro Chan-wook Park‘s newest film, Stoker, and while three’s a crowd the newest preview footage for the production is too good not to share. Grant that I’m a massive admirer of Park’s work, and as far as I’m concerned just about […]