Killing Machine 2000 Horror Movie Review
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After being murdered by her teacher and three brothers, a pretty high school student moonlighting as a prostitute is brought back from the dead thanks to the miracle of technology. Now an unstoppable Killing Machine, she’s driven by horrific memories of her ordeal after a brutal fight and decides to avenge herself on those responsible for her death. A savage and witty look at hypocrisy, deception and the violent authority of an older generation supposedly leading the young. SPECIAL FEATURES: Includes Kangchul, a 30-minute featurette by director Gee-Woong Nam
About Killing Machine (2000)
So-yun Lee Dae-tong Kim,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
60 minutesDirector: Gee-woong Nam,
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