A nice change of pace from most horror movies out there. Fantastic visuals along with a (fairly) unique story. Didn't see the ending coming either. One of the better Asian horrors that I've seen in terms of plot line.
explantion: spoiler: that was a dream sequence, i'm 99% sure, cant blow up a car with a nailgun
read the book it's a fun read, watch the deleted scenes on ytube
i wish this movie was 3 hours
I'm not sure about the book, but the director of the movie said he wanted it up for interpretation. It seemed to me that he actually went on a murderous rampage and he got away with it because upper class business men all conform so much that they are indistinguishable (throughout the movie they are confused for one another), so he had an alibi even though he wasn't with somebody else when they thought he was. It also talked about there being no catharsis, implying that he is going to continue killing (though this works rather dream or real life).
Finally watched Into the Wild. It's been sitting in my external for at least a year or two. Long as hell movie that I had to split in two viewings because I fell asleep in between. Oddly enough, it wasn't because of boredom or the length though, the movie was fine paced and obviously extremely well done in that respect. I enjoyed it thoroughly and I didn't realize it was based on a true story until the last scene.