This effectively spooky Korean thriller sees an ex-cop (Ji-tae Yu) given a job as head of security at a soon to be re-opened shopping mall, following a devestating fire.
As the mall nears completion, employees begin turning up dead, and all of them died near mirrors or other reflective surfaces. This sets the scene for a surprisingly refreshing Asian horror movie.
This film was the first I had seen in a while that had more going on than ghost girls with long black hair and leaky faucets. The mall setting is again used as a chilling location, as it has in countless other horror movies, but the deaths and the atmosphere are what really sets this apart from it's peers.
The cast are all very good and there are a number of surprises to encounter throughout the film's running time, but the beautiful photography and eerie lighting made this the creepiest Asian horror movie I've seen in a while.
As Asian horror movies continue to dominate the market, make sure you check this one out as it is less derivative than some of the other more popular movies currently being released.