Epitaph (2009) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A chill is in their air as unrequited, obsessive love is swept up in a sea of blood in this South Korean box office sensation that takes Asian horror in a new direction.
Both visually lyrical and horrific, Epitaph is a bloodstained foray into the depths of obsessive love and unbearable grief. Set in a small Korean hospital, the once peaceful place is now a labyrinth of haunted corridors and the stage for frightful events: a medical student is inexplicably drawn to a beautiful dead girl; a troubled child is tortured by bloody visions of her dead parents; and a married couple find themselves investigating a series of gory murders. Certain to give you goosebumps and have you peering over your shoulder with every ghastly twist, this Korean chiller will keep you guessing till the end.
About Epitaph (2009)
Starring: Jeon Mu-song, David L. McInnis, Kim Tae-woo, Lee Dong-gu, Kim Bo-gyeong
Runtime: 101 minutes
Director: Jung Brothers;Jeong Beom-Sik;Jeong Sik