A young police officer discovers that rural life can be even more treacherous than city living when he reports to his new post in a remote village, and a monstrous, man-eating boar begins feasting on the locals. Perplexed by the rash of violent murders that has rocked their quiet hamlet, the incompetent local authorities call in a veteran detective to catch the killer. Shortly thereafter, an ambitious Seoul policeman arrives in the village, and quickly determines that the culprit isn't human. But catching the beast won't be easy, and in order to do the job right they'll need the help of some seasoned hunters. Later, while searching the back woods for the elusive flesh-eater, the hunting team unearths evidence it could be the result of a wartime experiment gone horribly awry. Now, the hunters have become the prey, and as the beast begins its feast, these once-peaceful woods will be filled with a symphony of blood-curdling screams. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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this is a fantastic creature feature. not as good as the host, but well worth your time. it takes its time developing its characters as most korean films do, so it would be just as interesting with out the monster. great monster fun with drama, excitment, and a touch of comedy. if you like bad movies like transformers, you may not like this. others should enjoy.
Subtitled, but pretty good. A horror movie that at least has a story line, decent acting, interesting Korean landscapes, and enough in it to hold your interest. A few funny shots makes this a very decent flick..