7º – 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 all costs against the killer. The pearl of South Korean cinema on this list, ‘I Saw the Devil’ breaks with the common patterns of films with this theme, reversing roles among the central characters, resulting in a frantic rhythm transposed to the viewer.
6º – Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (Guy Ritchie, 1998)The film exposes the journeys of several distinguished characters who are influenced by unpleasant events, resulting in a series of setbacks for all of them. ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ follows a rhythm that blends the genres of action and crime, offering an irresistible plot.
5º – From Dusk Till Dawn (Robert Rodriguez, 1996)Two criminals fleeing the police make a family hostage, forcing them to travel with them. The problem is that when they decide to stop at a roadside bar, strange events begin to happen: ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ presents the best of Robert Rodriguez’s cinema, telling an irresistible story that doesn’t follow a coherent line of events. A different and unforgettable road movie.
4º – The Devil’s Rejects (Rob Zombie, 2005)As a sequel to the film ‘House of 1000 Corpses’ (2003), the plot brings us the members of a family of serial killers who, after being discovered by the police, start an incessant escape, leaving the residence where they made several victims. The film concentrates its 107 minutes of duration exploring the steps of some members of this family in an attempt to maintain their freedoms, even if they have to exterminate anything they see ahead.
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