4º – One Missed Call (Takashi Miike, 2003)Ordinary people start receiving voice messages on their own cell phones with bizarre facts about their terrifying and deadly futures. A Lost Call’ is worth it even for its bizarre layer and the scares that govern each spectrum of the scene. The story itself is quite confusing and with elements that simply offer no explanation. However, we can characterize the experience of watching the film as very good.
3º – I Saw the Devil (Jee-woon Kim, 2010)After his wife is brutally murdered by a lethal serial killer, a man will seek revenge at any cost against the killer. Pearl of South Korean cinema in this list, ‘I Saw the Devil’ breaks with the common patterns of films with this theme, inverting roles between the central characters, resulting in a frenetic pace transposed to the viewer.
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