June 23, 2012

One More Ominous Poster for the South Korean Horror Effort Two Moons


Wandering into isolated locations is never a good idea, you know, if you’re not in the mood to die a slow, agonizing death. According to the world of motion pictures, a universe I’ve studied for a large portion of my life, those who find themselves in places from which they cannot escape are doomed to die. That’s just the way it is. From the looks of director Kim Dong-Bin’s South Korean horror flick “Two Moons”, the three individuals being menaced by seemingly supernatural forces probably aren’t going to survive. As long as their journey into the Great Beyond is powered by a great story, this one could be worth checking out.

“Two Moons” opens in South Korea this July. A new poster, as well as the previously-released trailer, have been included below. If you’re considering a trip into the middle of nowhere, let this promotional material serve as a warning.

Via : 24 Frames Per Second




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