Netflix’s latest original film is a horror series unlike any you’ve seen. “Hellbound” is a new 6-episode series from South Korean director Yeon Sang-Ho. It’s set to release on Netflix on October 24th, and it’s sure to be a hit! The series is about humans coming face-to-face with devilish emissaries from hell itself.
People worldwide are spontaneously condemned to hell, and only a few special people can fight back. The premise forces the show’s characters to make difficult choices between being good and evil, and each episode leaves you wondering what incredibly unnerving direction the series will take next! If you love thrillers and horror, this series will be perfect for you!
What Teaser Says:
In the teaser, a cloaked man ominously declares, “First an angel appears and makes a prophecy. The first thing they will say is the name of the person receiving the prophecy. And someone will say something along the lines, you will die on this date, and at this time,’ they will then be told that he is going to ‘hell.’ When that time comes, the prophecy will come true. Then, an emissary from hell will appear.
The First Korean Drama To Enter The Toronto International Film Festival
“Hellbound”, directed by film director Yeon Sang-ho, has been invited to the “Primetime” category of the 46th Toronto International Film Festival, announced by Netflix.
“Hellbound” depicts a chaotic situation after people hearing predictions of when they will die. People are sentenced to go to hell from grim reapers. Others try to reveal the truth of a religious group called Saejinrihwe. Director Yeon Sang-ho, who has directed films “Train to Busan” and “Peninsula,” and screenwriter Choe Gyu-Seok of “Awl,” were in charge of creating the show while actors Yoo Ah-in, Park Jung-min, Kim Hyun-Joo and Won Jin-a are part of the cast members.
Check out the new teaser for “Hellbound.”