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Celluloid Zombie Review: I Saw the Devil

When brutal serial killer Kyung-chul murders the fiancee of government agent Kim Soo-hyun, the agent vows revenge. Hunting the killer down, Soo-hyun incapacitates him and places a tracking device on Kyung-chul; the beginning of a cruel cat and mouse game between the two which will blur the lines between good and evil.

Korean revenge movies have become rather commonplace over the last few years so it is very much to the credit of director Kim Jee-woon that his latest is so thoroughly engaging. Jee-woon first caught the attention of international audiences with the excellent A Tale of Two Sisters in 2003, and I Saw the Devil is equally as accomplished, and equally as chilling.

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Johnny Jiron4724d ago

I really need to get around to watching this. Its right there on Netflix Instant.

Defectiv3_Detectiv34724d ago

I've heard nothing but good things about this movie...a fresh take on the revenge flick. Right up my alley.

CelluloidZombie4723d ago

Thanks for commenting, guys. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Wrap up warm, it's a cold one. ;-)


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