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"Horror Stories" collaborated by the best directors

2012/08/23 | 1104 views | Permalink | Source

Everyone has talked about "Horror Stories" at least once. It's something people talk about when they are gathered together.

"Horror Stories" is the most searched title on portal sites and the name alone gives someone the chills. The grades don't seem that bad so far as it is second in ranking for number of seats booked.

Summer is going but "Horror Stories" is just getting started. Nothing sure can be said but this movie has had firm elements since the making.

The major point is the directors; Jeong Beom-sik from "Epitaph", Im Dae-woong from "To Sir, With Love", Hong Ji-young from "The Naked Kitchen", Kim Gok and Kim Sun from "White: The Melody of the Curse", and Min Gyoo-dong from "Memento Mori".

This is the most horrible it's going to get. The stories are simple but very realistic.

The stories start when a high s chool student starts telling her kidnapper horror stories to keep from being killed. She tells the stories of, "The Sun and The Moon", "Horror Flight", "Kong-Jwi, Pat-Jwi" and "Ambulance".

All these stories give off the same horror but different feeling. It also reminds us of the children's tales but made into the grown up version of a horror story.

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