New Trailer and a Creepy Poster for the South Korean Horror Flick The Cat


The Cat (2011) Movie Image

What the hell is going on in this trailer for “The Cat”, you ask? I’m honestly not sure. Are these large groups of domesticated cats killing people? Are the felines used as supernatural conduits between the living and the dead? Without English subtitles, I’m afraid I’m in the dark. However, there’s certainly some creepy imagery in the trailer you’re about to watch, so don’t let my confusion prevent you from properly investigating the clip for yourself. I’d hate myself forever if something like that were to happen.

In case you missed it the first time, here’s what the film is about:

So-yeun is an animal groomer who works in a pet shop. One day, she gets stuck with a Persian cat named Silky when its owner suddenly dies. From then on, So-yeun is constantly haunted by a bobbed hair girl with green cat-like eyes who turns her life turns into turmoil. So-yeun desperately seeks help from the people around, but no one listens to her.

The presence of the girl and the sound of Silky cries start to choke in around her life more and more. Not only that, people around So-yeun gets killed one by one. Soon, So-yeun comes face to face with the bobbed hair girl at the scene of a horrific death. So-yeun gets rid of Silky hoping her troubles will come to an end, but Silky keeps coming back to her like a boomerang.

Terrified she could be the next to die, So-yeun sets out to find out the identity of the girl with the help her dead friend ex-boyfriend, Jun-seok, who is a cop. Later, So-yeun finds out the truth to the tragic incident that took place in the past.

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Source: Film Smash

Author: Todd Rigney

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  • Arthur

    Love Asian Horror Films. Gotta check this one out.

  • Leo the Yardie Chick

    I need to watch it before Hollywood manhandles, er…remakes it.