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Three...Extremes 2 (2003)

Three...Extremes 2 (2003)





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A Tale of Two Sisters director Kim Jee-woon, Nang Nak director Nonzee Nimibutr, and The Eye producer Peter Ho-Sun Chan team up to terrify Asian horror fans with a frightful horror omnibus that will have audiences from Hong Kong to America covering their eyes in fear. In "Memories," a woman who has lost her memory attempts to find out the secrets of her past, only to make a horrifying discovery in the trunk of her husband's car. The second tale, entitled "The Wheel," follows a malevolent collection of cursed puppets that bring pain, death, and possession to anyone who comes into contact with them. Lastly, in "Going Home," a father desperately searching for his missing son falls prey to a disturbed psycho who is convinced that his deceased wife is about to awaken from her eternal repose.
Art House & International , Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Hye-su Kim
as Wife
Bo-seok Jeong
as Husband
Eugenia Yuan
as Hai'er
Li Ting-Fung
as Cheung
Jung Woo Choi
as Doctor
Jung-Hee Moon
as Hyun-Joo
Hee-soon Park
as Hyun-Joo's Husband
John Sham
as Photographer
Camy Ting
as Pathologist
Komgrich Yuttiyong
as Master Tao
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Critic Reviews for Three...Extremes 2

All Critics (4)

...interesting but not essential viewing.

Full Review… | May 8, 2010

The last piece in this ghostly triptych of films, Peter Chan's Going Home, is as beautiful and sad a piece of urban gothic as you are ever likely to see...

Full Review… | August 10, 2007
Eye for Film

Audience Reviews for Three...Extremes 2

Decent but not as impactful or noteworthy as its predecessor.

Randy Tippy
Randy Tippy

Super Reviewer


This time around we are treated to three more (apparently these are actually the first three shorts in the series) stories that are little more then edgy Twilight Zones with an Asian flair. These three all seemed a overly convoluted and as if there was much being "lost in translation". In a more cultural then litteral sense. While each was interesting in it's own wasy. the third installment (Going Home) was by far the most impressive. But even this felt a little OVER developed and unnecessarily convoluted.

Robert C
Robert C

Super Reviewer

Memories had an interesting concept, but was a touch dull while actually watching it, apart from one particular scene which I won't ruin for people who've not viewed it. The Wheel had a lot more going on, but personally I didn't care much for it. The soundtrack was rather effective though. Going Home was probably my favourite of the three, it was both well crafted and unusual. In fact, I'm debating whether to buy the film based entirely on the strength of this short.

Kylie B
Kylie B

Super Reviewer

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