Joo-yun gets a flat tire on a snowy night but has the
misfortune of meeting Kyung-chul who dismembers
her and scatters her body parts all over the show. Her
fiance Soo-hyun is an intelligence agent and vows to
get revenge. He is given a list of four suspects –
including Kyung-chul. He searches The latter’s
belongings and find’s Joo-yun’s wedding ring. He
knows Kyung-chul is the killer.
Soo-hyun puts a tracking device on the school bus that
the killer drives. He attacks Kyung-chul as he is
sexually assaulting his next victim and implants a
device into him so he can listen in to his conversations
and track his every movement. When he wakes up
Kyung-chul goes to a medical centre and sexually
assaults a nurse – again Soo-hyun attacks him.
Kyung-chul goes to his cannibal friend Tae-joo who
has a freezer of bodies. They ponder over who is
stalking Kyung-chul and come to the conclusion it is a
relative of one of his victims. Meanwhile Soo-hyun
arrives at the house and beats the crap out of the two
killers and Tae-joo’s girlfriend.
The next day, they are all sent to the hospital and a
half conscious Kyung-chul hears Soo-hyun talk about
the tracking device to a trusted friend. Kyung-chul is
able to defecate out the transmitter and give Soo-hyun
the slip. Questioning of Tae-joo reveals Kyung-chul is
going after Soo-hyun’s father and sister.
Soo-hyun is unable to stop Kyung-chul from killing his
sister and blinding his father. He rigs it so Kyung-chul
is decapitated in front of his horrified family. Entering
the street, he begins to cry.
The two male adversaries in the film make quite an
impressive pair battling it out to see who comes out on
top. Kyung-chul is such a horrible, nasty, worthless
piece of crap, along with Tae-joo, his hideous cannibal
friend, you will be cheering Soon-hyun to the rafters. It
is a very bleak film and the violence while plentiful and
gory, is surprisingly downbeat. There is no revelling in
the main characters beating each other up and Kyung-
chul’s attacks on women and random people are just
downright sleazy. The film will greatly please Asian
horror fans and extreme horror fans in general, but I
wouldn’t use it as a first date movie. No Sirree Bob.