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Old 02-25-2014, 06:34 AM
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A Tale of Two Sisters
Oldboy
Ringu
Wishing Stairs
Dark Water
Three..Extremes
Infection
Kairo
Premonition
The Grudge

Just brought Bedevilled. Really looking forward to that one =)
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Old 03-05-2014, 10:17 AM
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COMING SOON 2008...usually films where children are hurt I can't watch, but it didn't last long enough and I continued to watch and enjoy the film.
A TALE OF TWO SISTERS
ONE MISSED CALL 2003
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Old 03-15-2014, 12:32 PM
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Something must be wrong with me. Because I couldn't make it through 30 minutes of "Tale of two Sisters" or "Audition" without falling asleep. I tried twice on Audition ! Couldn't do it... so fucking boring..

And I loved "Infection" which everyone seemed to hate with a passion.
Audition id deliberately slow paced and inconsequential...for the first half...stick with it though and it becomes balls out NASY
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Old 03-16-2014, 08:16 AM
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I Saw the Devil. Horror only on so much as Silence of the Lambs I suppose
Tomie
Nightmare Detective
Marebito (I thought it felt Lovecraftian)
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:10 PM
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I Saw the Devil. Horror only on so much as Silence of the Lambs I suppose
Tomie
Nightmare Detective
Marebito (I thought it felt Lovecraftian)
I Saw The Devil is amazing

Thought Tomie was pretty boring though
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Old 03-16-2014, 03:57 PM
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I watched Tomie as a result of a friends recommendation. I like the odd premise, know it was based on a manga, I agree though it was rather dull. However I do appreciate a new monster. Same reason I'm fond of Splinter. Still not sure why it spawned 8 films I believe. Was it that popular that that many sequels were green lighted? Criticisms aside, I still like the first film.

Uzumaki is also unusul, again slow but unusual in a good way for me though. I find many Asian films are slower paced. More slow unfolding of the story as opposed to fast and sometimes cheap scares we usually see in other countries films.

Carved was another I didn't mind.

Versus is an all time favorite of mine. Evil Dead 2 meets Pulp Fiction.
3 Extremes (I don't like anthologies but these films are not great but better than most)

Wild Zero!!!!! Zombies, the band Guitar Vader, a love story with a morphodite, oh, and a drinking game.

Neighbor 13. What a film. More psychological terror than horror as such.

I Am Father - more of a thriller again
Silk - paranormal research/science/supernatural Taiwan film
Accident - not horror but scary premise
Thirst - Korean
Devilman - Go Nagai's classic becomes live action.

I'll stop for now. Love horror films far to much.
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Old 03-19-2014, 05:47 AM
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I enjoyed watching Kwaidan and Ugetsu.
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Old 09-20-2014, 07:01 PM
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Audition and I Saw The Devil are definitely two of my favorites (Audition rewards patience). I'd throw Tetsuo: The Iron Man in there too, for its balls-out zaniness. At the other end of the spectrum, Acacia is poetic and creepy and wildly atmospheric... if you see it, you will never forget what the director uses instead of movie blood to indicate a scene of carnage.

And then there's Strange Circus, which may not be horror exactly, but is certainly one of the most horrifying films I've ever seen. That one will screw you up for life.
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Old 10-18-2014, 10:06 PM
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Has anyone seen "Rigor Mortis"? Japanese film touching on a Korean myth about vampires. Stunningly beautiful film. Strongly recommend!!
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Old 10-23-2015, 09:50 PM
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Thumbs up My Best Korean Horror Movies list

My Best Korean Horror Movies list:
1. Bloody Reunion 2006
2. White: The melody of the Curse 2011
3. Whispering Corridors 1998
4. The Doll Master 2004
5. The Phone 2015
6. Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait
7. Death Bell
8. Cinderella 2006
9. Cello
10. A Tale of Two Sisters 2003

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