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A new Korean horror is out to scare you

Metamorphosis is a blockbuster horror film from South Korea, directed by Kim Hong-Sun. Kang-gu (Sung Dong-Il), his wife Myung-joo (Jang Young-nam) and their three children move into a new house and experience eerie and unexplained incidents. When a devil can morph into a human being, invade a family and create doubt and suspicion among them, it is scary and dangerous. 


Looking for a help, the oldest child Sun-Woo calls her uncle who is a priest. However, he is reluctant to do so because he failed an exorcism in the past and caused the death of a young girl. 


Will he perform one last exorcism for the sake of his family? Find out today at cinemas near you now!


Vocabulary:

blockbuster : something very successful, especially a very successful book or film/movie -

devil : the most powerful evil spirit in many religions such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam - ภูต

eerie : strange and mysterious, and sometimes frightening - น่าขนลุก

exorcism (n): an activity to try to remove an evil spirit from a person's body -

metamorphosis (noun): a process in which somebody/something changes completely into something different - การเปลี่ยนแปลงรูปร่างหรือลักษณะ

morph into : change into a different shape -

priest (noun): a person who performs religious ceremonies in religions, both Christian an other religions - พระ, นักบวช, บรรพชิต

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