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Inspired by the popular Korean comic book series It's Two People by Kang Kyung-ok, Oh Ki-hwan's tells the tale of a young woman who believes she is marked for death after seeing a pair of shocking murders. A wave of murder has washed over the city, but why are seemingly normal people suddenly turning into maniacal killers? People are hearing voices commanding them to commit murder, but with no discernable pattern to the killings, it's impossible to tell who will be next. Unable to trust even her closest friends, one brave girl attempts to survive long enough to solve the mystery and stop the slaughter. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
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This should have been called Confusing Loopholes.
A Korean horror movie that was part of the third 8 Films to Die For After Dark Horrorfest. It is not scary, but it is a bit creepy and the blood effects are excellent. The story is interesting and slightly confusing, probably due to cultural differences and translation. Not great, but there is enough here to be entertained.
Asian horror movies are scarier than American ones about 95% of the time, and this one is not an exception. While I did find it a bit confusing at times, when everything tied together at the end I realized just how creepy it was. This probably isn't for everyone, and it's not tremendously original, but I found it pretty satisfying, in a fun and just-scary-enough kind of way.
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