While training after hours in her high-school, the aspiring singer Park Young-Eon is mysteriously killed and her body vanishes. Her ghost is invisible and trapped in the school, but her ... See full summary »
A salt storehouse near the sea may be haunted. A penniless ex-con dies a gristly death in a house he can ill afford. The detectives assigned the case are Min, newly reinstated after a ... See full summary »
So-Yeon suffers from claustrophobia due to a traumatic incident that occurred to her as a child. So-Yeon is still treated for her condition to this day. She works as a groomer at a pet shop. One day, a cat named Bidanyi comes into the store. The next day, the owner of Bidanyi is found dead in an elevator. So-Yeon, by request from police officer Joon-Suk, takes the cat home. Shortly after, So-Yeon starts to see a mysterious young girl. She becomes frightened. Then, So-Yeon's good friend Bo-Hee is found dead. Near Bo-Hee, there is a cat which Bo-Hee recently adopted from an animal shelter. So-Yeon now fears for her own life. So-Yeon and Joon-Suk investigate deeper into the mysterious case. There is a hidden story related to the cats.Written by
Well I see there are only 2 other comments before mine, one that praises the movie like it is written by a 12 years old and one a little more serious, but maybe too hard nevertheless. "The cat" starts out nicely, a fast first murder, followed by mystery, decent jump scares and then sadly it hits rock bottom: the so called twist is practically delivered in the second half of the movie, way before its ending.
After it, you get some second hand special effects, the tension is beginning to wear off and if you think there is nothing else that can go wrong, well you find out the reason for all those murders: AND DEAR GOD HAVE I EVER SEEN A DUMBER REASON??
So if I am to agree with one, I'll find myself next to DICK STEEL after all, maybe a few steps further, cause I enjoyed it nonetheless.
Final idea: you could do a lot worse than this one, but I guess you could do much better also! Your risk!
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