Trailers: ‘Bind’ will give you shivers, and English subbed ‘Monster’ wants violent revenge



We’ve been sharing images for Dan Walton’s (producer of Gutterballs and Hanger) directorial debut, Bind, for some time now, and at last we finally have a trailer to show you!

Running at two minutes, the sinister trailer is creepy to the extreme, and gets under the skin by its crawling atmosphere and unsettling visuals. The trailer has impressed me, and fans of slow burning horror should find a lot to look forward to here.

Bind is written and directed by Dan Walton, with Dan Zachary co-directing and Ken King writing the screenplay. The cast includes Darren Matheson, Sierra Pitkin, Alisha-Jo Penney, Sasha Neuhaus, Shayleigh Pruzina, Deborah Finkel, Eliza Faria, Lynn Csontos, Mackenzie Mowat, Morgan Pasiuk, and Natasha Davidson.


A family move into an abandoned orphanage and they soon learn that their charming orphanage has a disturbing history and is convinced they aren’t alone.

You can also follow the film on its Facebook page and official website.







We also have a trailer for a new Korean revenge film called Monster (not to be confused with Hideo Nakata’s Monsterz).

Monster is directed by Hwang In-Ho (Spellbound) and stars Lee Min-Ki, Kim Go-Eun and Yoo Jae-Myung. The film is slated to be released in South Korea later this month.


Bok-Soon (KIM Go-Eun) runs a street stall while taking care of her younger sister. Bok-Soon may not be the brightest girl but what she lacks in intelligence, she makes up for in uncontrollable rage. She’s infamously known as the “psycho bitch” in her neighborhood. Bok-Soon’s relatively peaceful life with her sister is disrupted when they cross paths with a serial killer named Tae-Soo (LEE Min-Ki). Tae-Soo kills Bok-Soon’s sister because she may have stumbled upon the truth of his murderous lifestyle. Bok-Soon’s rage consumes her completely, leading her to plot her revenge on Tae Soo. Meanwhile, Tae-Soo vows to tie up his only loose end—Bok-Soon. Bok-Soon’s descent into revenge and electrifying struggle with Tae-Soo culminates in a riveting conclusion. Who will emerge alive—hot-blooded Bok-Soon or cold-hearted Tae-Soo?




About Matt Wavish 9999 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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