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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The reasons why every summer Korean horrors populate the big screen can be traced down to the success of Park Ki Hyung's Whispering Corridors, and of course the enormous influence Nakata Hideo's Ring had on Asian horror films. But this doesn't mean Korea never had a homegrown horror genre, nor that it didn't offer little gems from time to time. Films like Wolha's Public Cemetery have been already released on DVD, and here's perhaps an even more intriguing example, Lee Yong Min's 1961 horror A Devilish Homicide. Read More...

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