Plot: Yu-jin and her blind mother move to a small village from Seoul. On her first day at the new school, Yu-jin gets picked on by her classmates. Along with other victims of hatred, Yu-jin puts a curse on the four girls tormenting them through a Ouija Board. On her second day at school, one of the spellbound bursts into flames and dies just as she sits down where Yu-jin used the board. The next day, another victim burns to death, and now the school is enclosed by horror.
«... it feels like three or four different movies spliced together, with no rhyme or reason at all to justify the combination. You get the feeling that every idea Ahn had while working the on script found its way onto the screen, whether it fit in or not.»
«“Bunshinsaba” is so unconcern with appearing original that you just have to tip your hat off to it. ... If the genre is to survive, innovation is quickly needed. Alas, Byeong-ki Ahn and company are not the harbingers of newness, if “Bunshinsaba” is any indication.»
«Bunshinsaba featured a lot of scares, but personally I don't think most of them were very effective, but made things happen, and so the movie never felt like it was moving too slow. Story and character-wise it was quite cool, the directing was good, and the movie looks slick.»
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