On a raining evening, middle-school student Yeo-Seon (Kim Sae-Ron), resident of a middle-class apartment complex, walks home alone from the bus stop, but she doesn't make it home. 10 days later, her decapitated body is found in a red suitcase. Gyung-Hee (Kim Yunjin) is Yeo-Seon's stepmother. She carries tremendous guilt, because she did not pick her up stepdaughter on the evening that she was abducted. A few days later, Gyung-Hee is so startled, she falls to the floor in the parking lot of her apartment complex. A girl stands in front of her. The young girl's name is Soo-Yeo (Kim Sae-Ron) and she carries an uncanny resemblance to her murdered stepdaughter. Soo-Yeo also lives in the same apartment complex. Another 10 days later, the murderer has yet to be caught and he has killed again. Meanwhile, several people in the apartment complex begin to suspect one of their own residents...
Craig W (ca) wrote: Well where to begin. You must switch your mind off for these films, something I failed to do. Having a bit of knowledge on piranha I found all the things they did here annoying because it's all wrong. Piranha get a raw deal, they are not mindless, psychotic killing machines. That aside this film is quite obviously going to be terrible. The story, acting, script, cast, dialogue, effects and pretty much everything are piss poor. Avoid even if you do like cheesy creature features like me this is just awful.
Miguel T (de) wrote: Its far from perfect but it is a light and fun movie
Jason M (jp) wrote: Not realy that good.
Nicola W (jp) wrote: Does stuff like this really happen? Bit unrealistic for me but I liked the ending. Great cast too, lots of big names. An ok watch but nothing too exciting
Armand P (us) wrote: Yes it's corny, formulaic, over-dramatic, and makes about as much as sense as hiring a worm guy to fight a huge radiation monster. It's also lots of fun.
Eddie P (kr) wrote: A surprisingly good prequel and sequel that explains the origins of Norman Bates and adds a fitting conclusion to the series.
Caitlin L (br) wrote: So intense. Makes me want to read the books. Love Tyler Perry in something more serious.
Wayne T (au) wrote: I kept waiting, and waiting. When it all came together I reached for the remote and turned it off. Wasted 2+ hours of my life.