Some alumni and their teacher meet for the first time in 16 years at a small class reunion in a countryside cottage. But the happy reunion turns into a nightmare as they are brutally murdered, one by one. Old grudges and hidden truths from the past, surface in a series of unforgettably gruesome murders.
Cast & Credits
The story had it's predictable parts (like most horror movies), and within the first half hour I was 99% certain on who the killer was, but that didn't really take away from the film; they had a way of making my 1% uncertainty look like it could actually be that.
I really liked the way the stories of each individual in the movie tied in with the next.
Acting/Cast: I liked the acting a lot. The whole cast, I felt, did an amazing job in their roles of adults who still suffer from childhood trauma.
Music: I honestly don't remember hearing any music in the movie at all. A bit during the more suspenseful parts, but that's it. And while I'd usually dislike that in a movie, I thought it fit well with the movie as a whole. I personally find silence to be scarier, so keeping a horror film like that is perfection in my book.
Rewatch Value: I don't really feel like this is a movie I'd watch just for the hell of it again. If I had some free time, and I was in the mood for some horror, then I could see myself going to this.
Overall: Overall, I really enjoyed it. Asian horror films have always been some of my favorites, and this didn't disappoint.