Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.


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12 responses to “The Eye (2002) – DVD Review”

  1. » Film & DVD Review: The Eye 2

    [...] by Steve Biodrowski on 31 Jan 2008 at 06:50 pm | Tagged as: Reviews, Movies This follow-up to THE EYE has little to do with the original except for the basic concept of a young woman who sees dead [...]

  2. » Film & DVD Review: The Eye 10

    [...] as: Reviews, DVD, Movies Despite the numeral 10 in the title, this is only the second sequel to THE EYE; the title actually refers to ten methods for viewing the dead, one of which was seen in each [...]

  3. » Remaking Asian Horror - A Brief History

    [...] Steve Biodrowski on 01 Feb 2008 at 03:17 pm | Tagged as: Fant-Asia, Movies THE EYE (based on the 2002 film by the Pang Brothers) is the lastest in a series of remakes inspired by horror films from Japan, Korea, and China. [...]

  4. » Sense of Wonder: “The Eye” Opens Today

    [...] the original and its sequels, all of which are available on DVD; hence, we offer up reviews of THE EYE, THE EYE 2, and THE EYE 10 (a.k.a. THE EYE: INFINITY). Also included is a review of THE MESSENGERS, [...]

  5. » Film Review: The Messengers (2007)

    [...] directing debut of the Pang Brothers (the two who gave us the excellent Asian thiller THE EYE in 2002)  is a distinctint disappointment if not a devastating disaster. Their patented visual [...]

  6. » Film Review: The Eye (2008)

    [...] pm | Tagged as: Reviews, Movies All too predictably, this remake of the Hong Kong horror film THE EYE (”Gin Gwai,” 200) recreates the original story with slick but anonymous Hollywood [...]

  7. » Film Review: Shutter (2004)

    [...] even jaded J-horror fans a few pleasant goosebumps. After numerous films like RING (Japan, 1998), THE EYE (China, 2002), and a TALE OF TWO SISTERS (South Korea, 2003), you may think that the Asian [...]

  8. » Hollywood Gothique: American Cinematheque’s Festival of Sci Fi, Fantasy & Horror

    [...] Theatre in Santa Monica. Special events will include the U.S. debut of RE-CYCLE (the new film from EYE-directors Danny & Oxide Pang), a colorized, digitally restored version of FORBIDDEN ZONE (with [...]

  9. » Film Review: Re-cycle (2007)

    [...] Borges, and here the Pang Brothers use it to reorient a career that has drifted off track since THE EYE (2002). That memorable ghost story was one of the few Asian horror films (along with the JU-ON [...]

  10. » Box Office: Pang Brothers eye the #1 spot

    [...] theatres, the action-packed remake from the Pang Brothers (who gave us the excellent ghost story THE EYE in 2002) earned only $7.8-million, but that was good enough to knock TROPIC THUNDER down to #2 after [...]

  11. Laserblast | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] of Nicolas Cage remakes brings us to a film from the makers of the original version of THE EYE. Although their latest effort is not horror, fans may be interested, so we include it [...]

  12. Laserblast: A Mother of a Day for Movies on Disc | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] the second is another supernatural shocker from the Pang Brothers, who gave us the wonderful THE EYE back in 2002. Connoisseurs of cinefantastique should find them worth checking out, even if neither [...]

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