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Hansel and Gretel

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Eun-soo gets lost in the forest and is led to a house whose inhabitants never age, only to learn that all adult visitors met mysterious yet terrible ends there. More shockingly, their cruel deaths are drawn in detail in the pages of fairy-tale books.
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Total Film
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January 16, 2009

Yim Pil-Sung's disturbingly kitsch adult fairy tale is an intriguing genre-bender and you'll definitely succumb toits enchantingly sinister art direction.
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Times (UK)
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January 16, 2009

The production design is terrific - the colour palette is as lurid as a plate of cupcakes. But the film loses its tension in a baggy final act that overexplains the secret of the house.
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Time Out
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January 16, 2009

It's inconsistent: too predictable and simplistic for adults, too disturbing and bloody for their offspring. It's hard to know who it's for.
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GreenCine

July 30, 2009

The story gets a bit convoluted as it rolls on, rushing through a few too many plot points and explanations, but slowly builds the layers of dread.
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Film4
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January 16, 2009

Making up for a selection of recent Asian Horror disappointments, this lush, surreal and brilliantly dark fairy tale is an entertaining and deliciously unsettling experience.
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Variety

September 01, 2009

Hardly innovative, but effective and handsomely produced, Hansel & Gretel puts the "grim" in Grimm while placing South Korean director Yim Phil-sung on the shortlist of Pan's Labyrinth emulators to trust.
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Guardian
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January 16, 2009

Revenge by abandoned children on the treachery of grown-ups ought to be unsetting at the very least, if not spine-tingingly terrifying. But it's done so clumsily that nothing remotely spooky emerges.
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Eye for Film
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January 16, 2009

This is consummate filmmaking, where every frame beguiles and unnerves in equal measure.
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Sky Movies
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January 16, 2009

The director may unwisely opt for a lachrymose denouement that ruffles the carefully sustained mood, but this delightfully grim horror is worth seeking out - just follow the breadcrumb trail of positive reviews.
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Globe and Mail

March 27, 2009

It is a film that is just good enough to keep you hanging around to the end, at which point you leave the theatre feeling vaguely let down.
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Empire Magazine
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January 16, 2009

Genuinely ghoulish and grim in the best Brothers Grimm tradition.
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