In the quiet, peaceful, countryside town of Sam-mae-ri, Korea, things run at a laid back, idyllic pace. But the subdued atmosphere, scenic views and community spirit are about to be torn apart and ripped to shreds. What was once a popular tourist resort is about to become a one-way ticket to hell on earth. Within the surrounding mountain area the severed limbs of a young girl have just been discovered. The local law enforcement immediately assumes it's a case of homicide. But they're wrong, very wrong. Soon the beloved small town of Sam-mae-ri will be turned into a gruesome bloodbath, for deep within its cold, dark forests a monstrous, insatiable beast awaits… and it's getting hungry. Following in the footsteps of The Host, Chaw is another remarkable entry into the new wave of Korean cinema and the Asian monster movie revival. Darkly humorous and equally terrifying, Chaw is the flesh-eating, mutant offspring of Twin Peaks and Razorback. Mankind has a very PIG problem.