Crying Fist (2005)
A South Korean boxing movie that out fights Raging Bull.
I Saw The Devil (2010)
After the daughter of a police chief is murdered by a serial killer, her fiance vows to hunt him down.
Lady Vengeance (2005)
Revenge is ugly and intricately planned in South Korea. Now out to own as part of the Vengeance Trilogy box set.
Lucy (2014)
A woman transforms into a super-warrior.
No. 3 (1997)
A young gangster attempts to rise through the ranks.
Oldboy (2004)
A revenge drama from South Korea creates a mystery for the long term prisoner who is released. Now out to own as part of the box set.
Shiri (1999)
Excellent and enjoyable action flick with high body count - think Korean Nikita.
The Tiger (2015)
While Korea is under occupation by the Japanese, an old and experienced hunter is challenged by the hunt of the last tiger.
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