Back in 2009 Jason Voorhees let us down. What we expect from a Friday the 13th film is insane, over-the-top kills. We just didn’t get that. But thanks to Pang Ho-cheung, the year 2011 is going to be very different.
Arriving On Demand from IFC Midnight on February 9th is the can’t-miss, must-see Korean Dream Home (review), a slasher film that’s easily one of the bloodiest you’ve seen in years. You want gore? You WILL find it here. I promise. Need some proof? Inside you’ll find a trio of excluisve images, one of which will hit you right in the gut. When’s lunch?
“When she was a child, Cheng Lai-sheung (Josie Ho) could see Hong Kong’s famed Victoria Harbour from her apartment. But as time passed, the old buildings in front of her home were demolished to make way for a huge residential project that now blocks her view. Increasingly disappointed and upset, she vowed to one day save up enough money for her family to move into a new apartment with a magnificent sea view.
In order to get what she wants, she must take matters into her own hands…even if it means getting her hands seriously bloody.”
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