Average Rating: 6.5/10
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Release Date: Jan 1, 2002 Wide
Average Rating: 3.3/5
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South Korean filmmaker Lee Jong-hyeok makes his directorial debut with the psychological thriller H. Head cop Kim Mi-yeon (Yeom Jeong-ah) and detective Kang (Ji Jin-heui) lead an investigation of several copycat murders. It seems that all the recently gruesome murders are mimicked in the style of serial killer Shin Hyeon (Jo Seung-woo), who is locked in prison on death row. After the suspects start getting killed in the same way, Kim and Kang seek the help of psychiatrist Chu Gyeong-suk (Kim
Jan 1, 2002 Wide
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Suffers from cheesy production values, the clumsy manner of the storytelling, ill-conceived characters and crude acting.
H nonetheless has enough bright spots and well-done moments (though not for the squeamish) that it merits a cautious recommendation.
With H, we get the thrills and the twists, yes, but we also get the down time, a space where cliché and human nature collide.
New to DVD from Tartan Video (real champs of bringing Asian horror to U.S. shores), this one will likely appeal to fans of Se7en and The Silence of the Lambs.
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