Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.
Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.

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The Divine Fury film review: The Exorcist meets mixed martial arts in limp Korean thriller

  • Director Kim Joo-hwan doesn’t seem to know what kind of film he wants The Divine Fury to be, and result is a mishmash of genres that’s sluggish and pedestrian
  • It fails to deliver the scares or excitement that exorcisms and gore should provide

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.
Park Seo-joon in a scene from The Divine Fury (category: IIB, Korean), co-starring Ahn Jung-ki. Kim Joo-hwan directs.
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