The Red Shoes
Bunhongshin
South Korea, 2006, 108 minutes
The Red Shoes Synopsis

A woman who finds a pair of pink high heels on a subway platform soon realizes that jealousy, greed, and death follow them wherever they go.

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Reviewed by Indieyah
Legs being lopped off, an eyeball cut out, a shoe heel stabbed in the eye, a broken glass shard slicing legs off and two victims, at once, being hung-up on... more
Legs being lopped off, an eyeball cut out, a shoe heel stabbed in the eye, a broken glass shard slicing legs off and two victims, at once, being hung-up on a supernaturally-powered noose, the list goes on, and the gore is similarly endless! A strong entry in the genre, not entirely without flaws but still with such impressive positive points to hold the bad-parts down. Strongly recommended for fans of these films or of Asian cinema in general, as well as the curious. A deliciously devilish little curio.
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