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Kyu Hyun reviews two 2018 films starring Ryu Seong-ryong: Seven Years of Night, also starring Jang Dong-gun and supported on a bestselling mystery-thriller, and Psychokinesis, Yeon Sang-ho (Train to Busan)'s newest SF fantasy. Darcy reviews the acclaimed hit moving picture 1987: once the Day Comes (2017) and the low-budget nonsymbiotic debut The Running Actress (2017) by directors Jang Joon-hwan and light So-ri, respectively (who happen to be marital to to each one other). The 2018 page is up, with a new criticism by Darcy of the pleading elflike Forest (2018), and Kyu Hyun's review of the breakout low-budget horror film Gonjiam: preoccupied institution (2018), by lettering theatre director Jeong Beom-shik.