Top Selling Korean Language Horror Movies
TRAIN TO BUSAN is a harrowing zombie horror-thriller that follows a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide viral outbreak, trapped on a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to the Safe Zone, which may or may not still be there.
In this unbelievably tense supernatural thriller, a foreigner's mysterious appearance in a quiet, rural village causes suspicion among the locals - suspicion which quickly turns to hysteria as the townspeople begin killing each other in brutal outbursts for seemingly no reason. As the investigating officer watches his daughter fall under the same savage spell, he agrees to consult a shaman for answers - unknowingly escalating the situation into something far more dangerous. Over six years in the making, director Na Hong-jin's meticulously crafted follow-up to the globally acclaimed THE YELLOW SEA and THE CHASER (his third to premiere at the Festival de Cannes) smashed box office records upon its debut in South Korea, where fans are already making return viewings to catch new clues and debate what's sure to be the most talked-about ending of 2016.
When a young girl is snatched away from her father by a horrifying giant monster that emerges from the River Han to wreak havoc on Seoul, her entire family sets out to locate the beast and bring their little girl back home to safety in South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's big-budget creature feature. MPAA Rating: R
Popular horror webcomic artist Ji-yoon finds life imitating her own work when her publisher turns up dead in a way, precisely mirrors the images in her latest comic. Ji-yoon has an airtight alibi, and almost everyone suspects the death was a suicide or a copycat murder. Everyone except the curious detective Ki-chul lets the case languish as a mystery, but when a series of murders that resembles Ji-yoon's drawings occur, he finds himself unraveling the terrifying truth of the comics themselves.
A psychiatrist enters a menacing relationship of power and betrayal with a woman who he can control through hypnotism.
Just before dawn, gruesomely skeletal bodies surface on the Han River. More bodies are discovered all over the nation. The cause of death is determined to be a mutated parasite worm that brainwashes its hosts, ultimately making them jump into bodies of water and to their death. Further research indicates that the worms have only a short incubation period and carry a 100% fatality rate, causing mass general panic. As the number of victims rapidly increase, the government sets up an Emergency Response Task Force and puts all infected citizens into quarantine. But gone insane under the influence of the parasite, the infected people penetrate the quarantine area and jump into the water to their death. Meanwhile, pharmaceutical company salesman Jae-hyeok realizes that his family is infected, and becomes desperate to find the cure. In doing so, he uncovers a frightening conspiracy behind the infection.
A gruesome retelling of the legendary Brothers Grimm classic! After the Korean War a flute-playing wanderer and his son arrives to a peaceful and remote village where he makes a deal to the chief to eradicate the uncontrollable rat infestation. Using his mystical flute he wipes the rats away from the village only to be paid with greed, corruption and betrayal while losing the ones he loves. Vowing for revenge he soon changes his tune and uses his magical flute to settle a score that will clean the land of filth once and for all!
After a fatal car accident that kills their parents , two sisters start to notice strange paranormal assaults at night. Things take a worse turn when a stalker becomes interested in the younger sister.
Mysterious, brutal murders forces a guard post in the infamous demilitarized zone that separates North and South Korea into a bloodied frenzy. The investigation team discovers dead soldiers and body parts strewn all throughout the compound€ but that is only the beginning.
Hae-won (Seong-won Ji) is a woman on the edge: a series of incidents at work earn her a forced "vacation," but when she travels to a remote island from a childhood visit, at the urgent request of her friend Kim Bok-nam (Yeong-hie Seo), she has no idea what devils of the past are waiting.Moo-do Island is an unpleasant place to visit, and you definitely don't want to live there. Bok-nam is crumbling under a weight of violence, sexual menace, and fear -- with no means of escaping her tormentors. The vengeful rage that waits inside her is growing, and her sanity shredding. If Hae-won can't help her escape, she may have to take matters into her own hands, once and for all.