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Bedevilled
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Bedevilled

Rock! Shock! Pop!
30 November 2012
  • Summary: Not the slaughterfest that the cover art might make it out to be, Bedevilled is a pensive and though provoking film that hits hard. Not for the faint of heart it’s about as grim as they come but it’s very well made and very well acted – it also offers up enough food for thought that it manages to be...
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Bedevilled

High-Def Digest
7 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Films that have something to say, and choose to do so for the purpose of making a point normally utilize a more didactic tone that is too off-putting to be enjoyed as anything other than a social studies lesson. In that regard, 'Bedevilled' is far from a mere moralizing endeavor.
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Bedevilled

The Digital Fix
7 April 2011
  • Excerpt: Many so-called �revenge� movies have an often deservedly grim reputation as exploitative vehicles which cynically pander to the baser instincts of some viewers, and if a film is marketed solely by its central bloody revenge theme, other viewers can be disappointed by the vacuous and morally cheap...
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Bedevilled (2010)

blu-ray.com
21 March 2011
  • Conclusion: Bedevilled is a very promising debut from director Yang Chul-soo, who has previously worked with director Kim Ki-duk. It is very dark, atmospheric and brutal film, but at the same strikingly beautiful. I liked it a lot.
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Fantastic Fest 2010 Review: Bedevilled

Brutal as Hell
5 October 2010
  • Excerpt: First time director Jang Cheol-so’s Bedevilled is a breathtaking masterpiece. More than just another Korean revenge film (something Korea seems to be fond of and quite good at), Bedevilled is a meditation on the human condition, namely: complacency, and how complicit we are in the destruction of...
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