October Horror Movie Recommendation: I Saw the Devil
Every day for the month of October, Coming Soon is making a new horror movie recommendation for those eager to find a new frightening flick for Halloween. From the creepy goodness of a classy ghost story to a blood-spattered gorefest and everything in between, we’ll have something for every taste of horror. And today’s pick is…..
I SAW THE DEVIL
What’s I Saw the Devil about: A deadly game of cat and mouse erupts across the city streets of Seoul and countryside of South Korea after a serial killer targets the wife of a well trained government spy. Kim Soo-hyun uses his training and knowledge to find the killer and torture him across a series of escalating catch-and-kill scenarios, pitting the two experienced killers against each other using the most brutal tools at their disposal.
Why I Saw the Devil rules: This movie is hardcore. It’s high concept plot is easy to follow but the way that it continues to build on its own devious scenarios with more
How scary is I Saw the Devil: Not an outright frightening movie, but I Saw the Devil features an INTENSE amounts of blood and gore as body parts fly and knives slice.
Be on the lookout for: You’ve definitely seen stars Byung-Hun Lee and Min-sik Choi, with Lee appearing as Storm Shadow in the G.I. Joe films and the T-1000 in Terminator: Genisys, and Choi starring in Lady Vengeance and (most notably) Oldboy.
CS October Horror Movie Recommendations:
October 1 – Session 9
October 2 – Bubba Ho-Tep
October 3 – City of the Dead
October 4 – Drag Me to Hell
October 5 – Opera
October 6 – It Follows
October 7 – Chopping Mall
October 8 — The Descent
October 9 — The Vampire Doll
October 10 — Poltergeist
October 11 — Jennifer’s Body
October 12 — Grave Encounters
October 13 — Dolls
October 14 — High Tension
October 15 — The Ranger
October 16 — Sleepy Hollow
October 17 — Paranormal Activity 3
October 18 – The Innkeepers
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