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A gaudy, daring, operatic, and bloody funny provocation of a melodrama from Park Chan-wook. Read full review
Be warned: Thirst is one of those pictures that tacks on another chapter just when you think it’s wrapping up. Read full review
A terrific film. Loosely based on Emile Zola's novel "Therese Raquin." Read full review
The summer's most lip-smacking movie treat. Read full review
Movies exist to cloak our desires in disguises we can accept, and there is an undeniable appeal to Thirst. Read full review
Thirst is deliriously bonkers and keeps getting more so; you watch it holding your breath, waiting to see where Park will zigzag next. Read full review
Stunning production quality and the story's extremity should arouse interest beyond the specialty Asian market. Read full review
Do you dig the current vampire craze? Do you love "Twilight" so much you'd die for it? Then skip South Korean writer-director Park Chan-wook's violent, bloody Thirst, a genre-bending - if not genre-destroying - foray into the vampire myth. Read full review
Forget "Twilight." Fans of vampire movies are not likely to see anything more graphic, extreme or twisted than Thirst. Read full review
I'll stick out my neck and say that Park Chan Wook's wildly gruesome Thirst is the most whacked-out version of an Emile Zola novel ever to reach the screen. Read full review
Vampires. Ghosts. Sex. Blood. Fun.
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