Time changes things, and many of the relationships I had, say, ten to fifteen years ago were built on the back of my Amazon.com profile. I was one of those Top 1,000 Reviewers -- an extremely difficult opportunity to reach -- so I had a line of companies offering me products on a daily basis. I wasn't flooded with stuff the way many were because I did take a discriminating approach to what I'd review, what I had to say about it, etc., but it was still an incredible amount of items I'd have to go through on a weekly basis. Today -- since I'm pretty much aligned exclusively here (after Amazon.com used and abused us for so many years only to unceremoniously dump us when they realized it was too expensive to maintain their chokehold on the consumer marketplace) -- so I do limit the wares even further, sticking mainly to Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror related items. Sure, every now and then I'll do something a bit different -- mostly because, simply put, I can as the editor-in-chief -- but I do prefer "keeping it real" with a narrow focus on quality genre properties for most of my time shucking words.
But there was a time when a little something something like Spiritwalker -- a forthcoming release from the reliable Well Go USA Entertainment -- was all the rage. I've got one coming -- meaning you'll have a review in store for you very soon -- so I wanted to ramp up the coverage (as they say in the industry) by posting a link and some general information regarding the company's release. The trailer will be below; following that you'll have the publicity info from Well Go USA. Watch the coming attraction. Read the info. This looks like it could be great stuff.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!
"After waking up from a car crash unable to remember anything about his life, a man begins regaining consciousness in a new body every 12 hours. Now, he must piece together his identity, all while evading attacks from pursuing agents and dangerous criminals alike. But with no memory—and no allies—his time is running out."
Director Yoon Jae-keun (Heartbeat), along with award-winning martial arts choreographers Park Young-sik and Chung Seong-Ho (SAG Awards, Best Stunt Ensemble, "Squid Game"), bring to life the action-packed thriller about a man who loses his memory and subsequently wakes up in a new body every twelve hours. Winner of the Daniel A. Craft award for Excellence in Action Cinema at the 2021 New York Asian Film Festival, SPIRITWALKER stars former K-pop singer Yoon Kye-Sang (Chocolate, The Outlaws), Park Yong-Woo (Nailed), Lim Ji-Yeon (Obsessed, High Society) and Park Ji-Hwan (The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure).
Special Features and Technical Specs:
- Behind the Scenes featurette
- Action trailer
- Theatrical trailer
- Original Korean and English dub tracks
- Optional English subtitles for the main feature