A bit strange, but definitely worth seeing
This film is an adaptation of an old Korean folk tale, which has been depicted in several low budget productions prior to this version. However, this version is the only one to achieve a western release, and rightly so. A must see for horror movie fans, in particular fans of Korean/Japanese horror. It gets a little bit strange in the final 1/3rd but there a some moments in this film that will definitely have you hiding behind your hands. Overall, worth a place in any horror fan's collection, plus there's a Hollywood remake slated for sometime in the near future, which will not do this version any justice.