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Rated R · 85 minutes · 2009

Horror, Suspense/Thriller

On a day that should be filled with joy and laughter, a wedding party bears witness to a shocking act of violence. For no apparent reason, the groom throws his bride from a high balcony, setting into motion a macabre chain of events. Overnight, brutal murders become everyday occurrences as friends turn on friends, brothers turn on sisters, and husbands turns on wives. When the notion of a "normal day" becomes a thing of the past and blood is a common sight, only one question remains: Where will you hide?

Official Site: www.horrorfestonline.com
Director: Ki-hwan Oh
Writer: Lee Hyo-Chul, Kang Kyung-ok, Ki-hwan Oh and Lee Shin-ae
Producer: Moo Ryung Kim
Cast: Jin-see Yun, Gi-woong Park, Ki-woo Lee, Nae-sang Ahn, Yu-seon Ham, In-gi Jeong, Yu-mi Jeong, So-eun Kim, Kan-hie Lee and Haet-nim Oh

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