Don't watch these movies in the dark!

Have you had a good scare lately? For this week's Saturday Movie Marathon, we've picked out some Korean horror films that are sure to make your skin crawl.

Red Eye (레드아이) is about the night train that runs from Yeosu to Seoul, the same train that ten years ago crashed and killed everyone on board. On the night it was scheduled to retire, the Red Eye train takes on a mind of its own, possessed by the ghosts of the crash victims, and heads for disaster once again. Will the train stewardess, Mi Sun, and conductor, Chan Shik (played by Song Il Guk) be able to save the passengers from the revenge of the dead? This 2004 horror film is available worldwide, except in select countries.

Red Eye

Still not scared? Imagine waking up one day to discover that three of your best friends have died, and that you can't remember where you were the day before. Dead Friend (령) is the story of how high school student Min Ji Won, played by Kim Ha Neul, tries to solve the mystery of her friends' deaths and the events that caused her memory loss. This movie, also from 2004, is available worldwide, except in select countries.

Dead Friends

Stay tuned for more movies next week, and let us know if you'd like to help with subbing or segmenting!