Being a half-blooded Korean myself, I have taken an unprecedented interest in Asian cinema in general, but particularly within the realm of Korea in an effort to bond with my mother. After all, it takes about an hour in for the mysteries to truly start unfolding, particularly with regards to the cello, the supposed centerpiece of the film.
Dorm very effectively marshalls the frights while remaining a story about people and the insecurities of youth. Dorm, a nifty and well done ghost story outing from Thailand. The direction ensures that while this film doesn't move at lightning speed, that there's enough going on to keep things sufficiently eerie and mysterious during the first two thirds for the last act to work quite well.
(That is all.). If you're the type of person who grooves on succulently offensive flicks like Bad Taste or over-the-top bloodfests like Sam Raimi used to make before he started giving his audience disco-dancing superheroes, then this blood drenched masterpiece of macabre lunacy should be right up your alley.