Cast: Yu Nan, Francis Ng and Jiang Yi Yan Running time: 93 minutes DEADLY Delicious really lives up to its title as its characters, who are involved in a deadly love triangle, indulge in some of the most delicious and expensive dishes.
This movie was inspired by the saying “the best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”.
Young and beautiful air stewardess Coco (Jiang) is having a hard time winning the heart of her boyfriend Jia Qiao (Ng), who is a successful businessman and a gourmet.
She feels lucky meeting Chef Gu Xiao Fan (Yu Nan) who teaches her various Chinese cuisines that make Jia Qiao come to her house more frequently for meals.
Just when things are going smoothly, Jia Qiao finds his hair and eyebrows thinning and he often suffers chest pains. He starts blaming Coco for poisoning him with her cooking.
A confused Coco tries to look for some answers and learns that she has been tool to a revenge plot.
Although the movie is not your typical n The DVDs are distributed by PMP Entertainment. horror movie, it still gave me chills and goosebumps. Cast: Nam Sang-mi, Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eunkyung and Kim Bo-yeon Running time: 106 minutes IF you are sick of those typical Asian horror movies that tell the story of an unfortunate girl being brutally murdered returning as a ghost seeking revenge, then Possessed is a movie you should not miss.
The horror begins when Heejinjin (Nam) gets a call from her mother (Kim) asking her to return to their old countryside apartment because her 13-yearold sister So-jin (Shim) is missing.
Their mother does nothing as she feels strongly that prayer will bring So-jin back.
Hee-jin seeks help from the police but the authorities think it is just a simple case of a teenager running away from home. As Hee-jin continues to search for her little sister, she discovers there is more to her disappearance. Possessed has a few scenes that could startle those who are new to the horror genre.