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I Saw the Devil

4 Ratings: 4.3
A movie directed by Jee-woon Kim

      A shockingly violent and stunning tale of murder and revenge. The embodiment of pure evil, Kyung-chul is a psychopath who kills for pleasure. His latest victim was not only the daughter of a retired police chief, but also the … see full wiki

Director: Jee-woon Kim
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror, Thriller
Release Date: 12 August 2010 (South Korea)
4 reviews about I Saw the Devil
review by . May 12, 2011
posted in ASIANatomy
Set A Monster To Catch A Monster...
Korean director Kim Ji-Woon has always been a film festival favorite and he has been one of Korea’s directors I follow religiously as with Park Chan-Wook (Oldboy), Kim Ki-Duk (The Isle), Hong Sang-Soo (Woman On The Beach), Lee Chang-Dong (Secret Sunshine) and Ryu Seung-Wan (Arahan). Kim has always been the kind of filmmaker that always stuck to his own style but never has he sacrificed content for style. His “A Tale of Two Sisters” is still arguably the best horror film in the …
review by . May 27, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
A Great Entry Point Into Korean New Wave...and just a darn good movie
It can be difficult to find a way in to the cinema of another culture, and, even despite its impressive catalog of really excellent films, the Korean New Wave is no exception.   Park Chan Wook's movies ("Oldboy" and "Thirst", among others) are one way in, but they are often so stylized, and the style so different from what plays at the multiplex, as to be offputting.  The bestselling movie in Korea, Bong Joon-Ho's "The Host," is a monster-comedy; …
review by . May 12, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
18 - 141mins - Crime/Drama/Horror - 29th April 2011   A foreign movie from the country of South Korea, I Saw The Devil keeps in tune with many of the films to successfully make it out of Korea with it's dark and gory plot based around revenge.   It follows Kim Soo-hyeon (Byung-hun Lee) who is a highly trained agent. One night while stranded on the side of the road after her car breaks down, Kim's pregnant fiancée is attacked and brutally murdered by Kyung-chul (Min-sik …
Quick Tip by . May 12, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Kim Ji-Woon does it again! A truly unrelenting violent film that has all the emotional and dramatic impact to portray a very human reaction....the need for vengeance.      Amazingly well-acted and definitely well-executed; Kim is joined by Choi Min-Sik and Lee Byung-Hun to bring forth a dark like coal tale of rage, anger and psychosis wrapped around an action- horror-thriller that may be one of the best Korean films of 2011! See the full review here.      …
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