You wait for a couple of decent films to show, and then half-a-dozen comes along all at once, right when life emerges from the winter slumber and wakes the beast called work. It doesn’t help that movie release schedule runs differently in Korea to the rest of the world: blockbusters earlier and award-winners later than everyone else. So right now there’s The Descendants, The Artist, War Horse, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy as well as the lupine-themed duo of The Grey and Korean thriller Howling all in the cinemas right now, with The Iron Lady, My Week with Marilyn and Hugo to come in the next week. If I’m not careful – say, getting in a picture every two days – I’ll miss some of these and then whine about it at the end of the year. I’ve already neglected Drive (which admittedly saw extremely limited release here) and I’m feeling plenty apologetic to Ryan Gosling, so better get my groove back on and start getting my tickets stubbed.