Censored upon its original release in Korea due to scenes of extreme violence, director Kim Jee-Woon's uncompromising meditation on the morality of revenge tells the story of a special agent who sets out to give the serial killer who murdered his wife a taste of his own medicine. Lee Byung-hun (The Good, the Bad, and the Weird) and Choi Min-Sik (Oldboy) star.~Jason Buchanan
Raw and rough: behind the scenes of I Saw the Devil
This film was vengeance served up with violence so the perpetrator could really feel the wrath that was bottled up inside the victim's husband. The beginning and the ending meshed together very well making great film.
As a big fan of horror movies / gore cinema, I can claim that I Saw The Devil is one of the most violent films I have ever seen, and the unrated Cut is even bloodier. This is a must see for any fans of Korean cinema and horror in general, but maybe you should think about staying away if you’re squeamish / you don’t handle gore very well.