From the hugely talented director of A Tale Of Two Sisters comes Memories, a harrowing tale of psychological trauma sees a woman wandering the streets having forgotten her own name whilst her husband struggles to remember why she left in the first place. With the discovery of a dead body in the husband's car it's not long before the truth begins to rear its ugly head. In The Wheel a group of puppets terrorize a village, causing pain and death at every turn. When the leader of a theatrical troupe tries to destroy them, without much success others begin to steal them, leading to inevitable tragedy. Finally in Going Home, a policeman - Wai, blunders into the apartment of a man who has been caring for his dead wife for the past three years. It transpires that the man is intent on resurrecting his lost love and Wai is soon forced to befriend him if he is to have any chance of escaping alive.
A second rate sequel.
- Three Extremes 2 review by Shatner's Bassoon
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The first 'Three Extremes' film was a pretty good trilogy of horror films and a good introduction to the world of Asian extreme horror. Three Extremes 2 is a far weaker follow up trilogy more centered on psychological horror than extreme horror. If you're a die hard fan of Asian horror it's worth a look, otherwise I would give it a miss.