A Tale of Two Sisters
Directed by Kim Jee Woon
In this Korean horror classic, scary things happen after two sisters are reunited. The bond between Su-mi and Su-yeon is so strong, even a stay at a mental hospital couldn't break it. When they return to live at their country home, the girls' father has remarried and strange events soon lead to dark revelations. LA Times critic Kevin Thomas called it "A triumph of stylish, darkly absurdist horror that even manages to strike a chord of Shakespearean tragedy - and evokes a sense of wonder anew at all the terrible things people do to themselves and each other." (In Korean with English Subtitles)
In this Korean horror classic, scary things happen after two sisters are reunited.
Cast: Su-jeong Lim, Moon Geun-young
One of my first Asian horror films (thank you Tartan Asia Extreme) and to date, still one of my favorite horror films!
Thought I had the plot pinned from the start but was pleasantly surprised. Perhaps not the scariest movie out there but it's solid through to the end. Would recommend this to any fan of psychological horror!
Awesome movie, my bf liked it and he hates most horror anything
some unique camerawork and some decent scares keep me from rating this lower. this is honestly a much better variation on the sixth sense twist. but there's also two other major twists in here that to me felt out of nowhere. clearly this is a dividing film from looking at the reviews. I can't really say its bad, but I also didn't love it. glad I watched tho, much respect to the filmmakers and cast.