The Host 2 (Korean;TBA)
No beating around the bush here! A clip of the long-awaited Korean horror flick The Host 2 goes straight for the jugular with the hungry creature wrecking havoc upon an unsuspecting family, tearing up on a moving truck, and then chasing two innocent children for a quick snack. Oh my, I wouldn't want to be in the shoes of these kids when the shit hits the fan.
The CG effects were produced domestically by Macrograph, the VFX company behind R2B: Return to Base (aka Soar Into the Sun), A Chinese Ghost Story and Stephen Chow's upcoming Journey to the West.
No word yet on the release date. You'll find the video, containing the clip and a visual breakdown* of the shot, embedded below.
extra tidbit: commercials director Park Myeong-chan is directing.
*Here is the video..
Host 2 is a Korean movie and squeal of Host movie .............
I remember not enjoying The Host too much (I remember feeling like its tone was too goofy as I was expecting something darker--of course, I had no prior knowledge of what the movie was going to be like before actually viewing it), but I should probably give it another chance (it's been years and my taste has changed a bit over that course). That clip was fun.
New image and clip from 'Host 2 3D'
Nearly seven years after Bong Joon-ho’s The Host hit the States, Ning Hao is behind the camera on Host 2 3D, the Korean sequel that’s been kept pretty tight-lipped, sans the continual leak of information of imagery and clips.
The sequel was said to have to tread carefully to avoid criticizing the Chinese government as the story will concern a calamity caused when people ignore a monster due to their desire for money.
Our friends at Twitch have caught wind of the first ever footage from the flick, one via a Macrograph 2012 showreel (see the monster starting at 0.27 and 3.00), the other in a full fledged clip! Says the site, the footage shows the hungry creature wrecking havoc upon an unsuspecting family, tearing up on a moving truck, and then chasing two helpless children for a quick snack.
The CG effects were produced domestically by Macrograph, the VFX company behind R2B: Return to Base (aka Soar Into the Sun), A Chinese Ghost Story and Stephen Chow’s upcoming Journey to the West.
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