Without thinking about it, what’s the one thing your life needs more of? You said, “Giant pig beast monster movies from Korea and a sense of purpose,” right?

Of course you did. Fortunately, Magnet is giving you a sense of purpose by compelling you to seek out the porcine creature feature Chawz it’s bringing to the states. If we all ask nicely, maybe Rob Hunter will review it for Foreign Objects.

The added Z to the Korean title is meant to evoke the classic Jaws, something it does not quite achieve without being told that it does. However, the film – which I’ve mercifully refrained from referring to as “hog wild” – promises a metric ton of blood-thirsty pig rampage killings. Finally something to double feature with Wild Hogs. [io9]

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