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Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21

Old 11-10-21, 02:24 PM
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Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21







A story about otherworldly beings who appear out of nowhere to issue a decree and condemn individuals to hell. These supernatural events cause great mayhem and enable the religious group The New Truth to grow in influence. A few people, however, become suspicious about its activities and begin investigating its involvement in mysterious events.



6 episode limited series. Premieres in 9 days.

Old 12-29-21, 09:17 AM
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Re: Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21

Wife and I watched this past weekend. It was pretty good. The monsters were a bit cheesy, but they definitely left it open for a 2nd season.

It's worth the watch.

edit: I noticed the trailer is in Korean. It was dubbed in English when we watched it. I still kept the subtitles on though.

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Old 12-29-21, 10:20 AM
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Re: Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21

Yeah, generally with Netflix you can watch it in English or its native language, they usually have two sets of subtitles as well (translation and dubtitles). I found the dubbing on this one painfully bad but kudos to Netflix for highlighting so much Korean content lately.

S. Korea has been crushing it in pop culture over the last 10 years. I do agree the CG was pretty rough, the show reminded me a bit of Boogiepop Phantom.
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Re: Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21

Made it through one episode. This is pretty bad.





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Re: Hellbound (Netflix) -- Korean horror series from the director of Train to Busan -- Premieres 11/19/21

^ I didn't even make it through one full episode. Meh...

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