When talk turns to Korean revenge films, our thoughts tend to run to Park Chan-wook’s “Vengeance” trilogy in general and Choi Min-sik, a claw hammer and a corridor of goons in particular.

Our next slice of Korean-style cinematic revenge comes courtesy of Kim Ji-woon’s I Saw The Devil and you can catch what we have already had to say about the film here (key phrase “particularly violent scenes”). There is a new, darkly disturbing┬áposter below for your perusal and enjoyment, as well as a red band trailer (it’s pretty messy and harrowing – you have been warned!). Although this film may not be destined for the widest cinema release, it looks like being well worth tracking down if you can. You can see the current release schedule here.

Source: IndieWire, IGN.


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