South Korean filmmaker Yun Jae-yeon directs the thriller Yeogo Goedam 3: Yeowoo Gyedan (Wishing Stairs), the third in a series of horrific tales set in all-girl schools (the other two being Whispering Corridors and Memento Mori). The story involves several teenage ballet students at a remote boarding school for fine arts. The staircase leading up to their dormitory has 28 stairs. Supposedly, a certain spirit will grant your wish if the 29th step appears. Wealthy and outgoing Kim So-heui (Park Han-byeol) is best friends with the more reserved Yun Jin-seong (Song Ji-hyo). Right before an important competition, someone puts glass shards into So-heui's ballet shoes and she later dies. After that, many other frightening events start to happen at the school. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
This movie has a unique feel to it. It brings you in and shuts the door behind you. Although it is a little formulaic, the mood it sets makes it a new experience. Has elements of teen angst without running it into the ground. Shows friendships, betrayals, revenge, and desperation. Great on a Friday night or an overcast afternoon.
This movie has its uniqueness which is enough to make your hair stand on the back of your neck. I know I turned my head a couple of times in my bedroom and it was daytime. I had a little problem at times telling the long black hair females apart but I must say it was nicely done because it lets you see what had to be done to fit in. I recommend it!! A nicely done horror movie I can really appreciate, seeing how now adays noone knows what it is to make a horror movie.