Another Stunning Poster Revealed for Kim Ji-woon's 'I Saw the Devil'
Evil Lives Inside… Magnet has debuted another incredible new theatrical poster (following the last amazing one) for Kim Ji-woon's I Saw the Devil, the newest gripping and extremely bloody Korean horror-thriller from the director of A Bittersweet Life and The Good, the Bad, the Weird. This gorgeous bit of artwork was first posted on IMPAwards (via BD) and can be seen below, which it should immediately, because it's just stunning - subliminal, minimal, great fonts, this has it all. The film has been receiving fantastic reviews all around and gorgeous poster art like this only makes me more anxious to see it. Check out the poster below!
Starring Byung-hun Lee (The Good, the Bad, the Weird) and Min-sik Choi (Lady Vengeance) the story in I Saw the Devil follows a young secret agent as he tracks a brutal serial killer who murdered his fiancée, but the hunter decides he likes playing with his catch. Quint from AICN calls it "brutal, intense and just plain old awesome," while our own Jeremy Kirk says the film is "nothing short of staggering, dark and confident" and "sometimes stunningly beautiful." The film also played at the Sundance Film Festival last month and will finally be arriving in limited theaters starting on March 4th. I'm definitely going to see it.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
wicked movie, check it out when you get a chance Alex! being Chinese and all, its getting harder and harder to watch movies from my own country. tho there are a few great ones, I only regularly watch Korean and sometimes Japanese movies to get my asian movie fix. Something else you should check out is The Man From Nowhere.
lego on Feb 12, 2011
ozziememz on Feb 12, 2011
ive already emailed this poster around as one of my favourites in recent years. its incredible and i really want to a) see the film B) proudly buy this poster
lachie on Feb 12, 2011
Very good poster, for a very good movie.
David Perretta on Feb 12, 2011
Eh? It's as drab as it gets. Could be a guy on a side road fixing his car on a winter evening. For f*ck's sake, get a grip.
sleepykid on Feb 12, 2011
Koreans and their hammers 🙂
Boon on Feb 12, 2011
Incredible movie! Good poster.
Joaquin Prida on Feb 12, 2011
It's a sad day when a movie poster like that is called "stunning". The photoshop hate must be strong.
Number Six on Feb 13, 2011
This movie was awesome and incredibly brutal.
Mike on Feb 13, 2011
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