Three… Extremes (2004) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Three… Extremes (2004) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2004
  • Genre:  Compilation of Shorts
  • Cast and crew: Bai Ling, Pauline Lau, Tony Ka Fai Leung, Meme Tian, Miriam Chin Wah Yeung, Sum-Yeung Wong, Kam-Mui Fung, Wai-Man Wu, Chak-Man Ho, Miki Yeung, So-Foon Wong, Kai-Piu Yau, Byung-Hun Lee, Won-hee Im, Hye-jeong Kang
  • Director:  Chan-wook Park, Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike
  • Screenwriter:  Bobby White, Bun Saikou, Chan-wook Park, Haruko Fukushima, Pik Wah Lee

Three… Extremes (2004) Rating:

  • Horribly Hootched = 8 / 10;
  • Raoul = 7 / 10;
  • IMDb = 7.0 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 8.4 / 10;

Three… Extremes (2004) Synopsis:

Three Extremes is a short movie compilation featuring the works of three prominent directors in the Asian independent film scene.

Three… Extremes (2004) Review:

Much like its predecessor Three, (aka Three Extremes II, which despite its name, is two years older and not a sequel), each film also hails from a different country, giving us a taste of three distinct styles simmered in the flavor of their respective cultures. The use of the incredible music is done with professionalism so it helps a lot with the spooky mood of certain scenes. The final story regards a writer with a twisted past. The picture is astonishing, the color perfectly fits the backgrounds so that it creates a special atmosphere. From the haunting to the delicious, to the twisted, fans of the weird and wonderfully horrific will find purchase with this collection.

Get your spoons ready and don’t worry about the crunchy bits… Three Extremes is a three-course meal in uniquely crafted horror served up by some of the industry’s finest directors.

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