Rent Project Wolf Hunting (2022)

3.2 of 5 from 83 ratings
1h 57min
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Synopsis:
When an attempt to extradite a group of infamous convicts from the Philippines to South Korea is foiled by an airport bombing, the authorities instead commandeer the 'Frontier Wolf' cargo freighter to carry out the transfer. Trapped inside the vessel under the watchful eye of its cruel captain, the prisoners hatch a merciless plot for escape. But in the ensuing bloodbath of violence and carnage, neither side realises that a gang of murderous criminals might not be the deadliest cargo on the ship...
Actors:
Seo In-Guk, Dong-Yoon Jang, Jung So-Min, , , , , , , , Moon-Sung Jung, , Ji-hye Ahn, Park Bong-Joon, Kim Chan-Hyung, Kim Gi-chang, Kim Hyeon, Yoo Hyun-Soo, Jeong Jae-Hoon, Kang Jung-Woo
Directors:
Hongsun Kim
Producers:
Gu Seong-mok
Voiced By:
Alice Himora, Alex Hom, June Yoon
Writers:
Hongsun Kim
Aka:
Neugdaesanyang
Studio:
Kaleidoscope Home Ent.
Genres:
Action & Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Thrillers
Countries:
Korea
BBFC:
Release Date:
10/04/2023
Run Time:
117 minutes
Languages:
Korean Dolby Digital 2.0, Korean Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BBFC:
Release Date:
10/04/2023
Run Time:
122 minutes
Languages:
Korean DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Subtitles:
English
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
B

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Reviews (3) of Project Wolf Hunting

Splatter - Project Wolf Hunting review by sb

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06/05/2023

FILM & WATCHED Ultra violent Korean spatter fest. After an attempt to repartitiate violent criminals from the Philippines failsa cargo ship is hired to bring them home to face justice. They are guarded by loads of cops but some of the cops are on the crooks payroll and are freed to unleash bloody havoc on their captors. To complicate matters the ship is also transporting a geneticly modified soldier from WWII who a corrupt pharmaceutical company is using to experiment on and has reduced him to a unstoppable killing machine. And that’s it really - 2 hours of endless bloody mayhem…..the problem is that it’s so overdone you become numb to it - the first time a guy gets his head reduced to a pulp with blood and gore everywhere it’s quite shocking … When happens for the 20th time - not so much. There is zero characterisation so the cast are just meat for the grinder and whole swaithes of the back story make no sense. So one for the hard gore horror hounds really - 3/5

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Too gory - Project Wolf Hunting review by mK

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15/05/2023

I enjoy a good horror, but but incessant over the top gratuitous violence was too much for me. I would have switched off, but my partner has a stronger stomach, although she had to move nearer the tv because of the small subtitles and her bad eyes. There was also some kung fu fighting, which I find boring, so a miss from me.

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Ok film spoilt by the OTT gore - Project Wolf Hunting review by JD

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28/06/2023

The plot and production quality are pretty good.

However its let down by the OTT attempts at gore. Its not needed and just looks silly. Nobody can shoot straight and there are so many deaths, all by person a walking upto person b, it quickly gets boring.

Also the plot switch half way through is a bit binary. It makes the fact the first part of the film is an hour long pointless and only needed to be 10 minutes.

And you get stuff like 'big pharma'. Yeh, we know there arent angels but calling your bad guys big pharma is very lazy. Talking of Lazy, there is very little depth to many of the key plot points. You get a bit of background on some occasions but mostly its left empty.

There is a lot of criticism that can be leveled at this. Which is a shame as underneath I think its a good film.

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