The film follows Kyung Mi (Ki-joo Jin), a deaf woman who inadvertently gets caught up in the affairs of a serial killer (Wi Ha-Joon).
Writer/director Rob Jabbaz has put together a film that goes to the absolute extremes of sensational violence, zombie sex, gore, and outright mayhem. It’s basically a modern-day exploitation film.
Horror director Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Pulse, Cure) expands to do something he’s never done before: A dramatic period thriller.
Hiruko includes many dated and old-school stop-motion creature animations. It reminds us of the creature animation of John Carpenter’s The Thing and Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead II.
Kiba: The Fangs of Fiction follows Teruya Hayami (Yo Oizumi), a smooth-talker who gets assigned to be the editor-in-chief of the failing culture magazine, Trinity.
Takashi Miike. A director known for his bloody cult classics such as Ichi the Killer and Audition. Yet, in 2005, Miike looked to create a movie for kids with the fantasy adventure, The Great Yokai War.
These are just a few films shown at Fantasia Film Festival 2021.