12 November 2012 9:36 AM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Some 14 years after Sadako crawled from the television set, the influence of Hideo Nakata’s classic “Ringu” is still very much in evidence in the Asian horror genre. New Korean shocker “Don’t Click” is a perfect example of this, a film revolving around a haunted internet video whose viewers all end up mysteriously dead. The film was directed by Kim Tae Kyung, who certainly knows his way around the genre, having helmed popular K-horror outings “Ghost” and “Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait”, and features a cast of young up and coming talents, headlined by Kang Byul (recently in “Punch” and whose first big screen appearance came in “Whispering Corridors 5”), Park Bo Young (“Scandal Makers”) and Joo Won (“Siu”). Kang Byul stars as Jung Mi, a young student who blackmails her older sister Se Hee’s (Park Bo Young) boyfriend (Joo Won) into getting her access to forbidden videos »

- James Mudge

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