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The blur between fiction and reality works well, but the problem is that it has been done before, and done well, several times since The Blair Witch Project popularized it in 1999.
"A harmless but entertaining pop-corn movie".
Beom-sik Jeong's film does not stagnate in the substitutes caused by sudden stridencies; his camera handling is intelligent, credible and the setting is crucial for the development of the story. [Full Review in Spanish]
A formula designed for adolescent and young adult spectators, intelligent enough not to underestimate them. [Full Review in Spanish]
There are some well-earned scares, but Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum doesn't stop feeling similar to other fare. [Full Review in Spanish]
An above-average entry in the found-footage genre. Thanks to genuine scares, a fitting cast and a strong adherence to verisimilitude from Bum-sik's direction, it's a haunting experience that's bound to spook a few frights out of the audience.
Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum generates fear. [Full Review in Spanish]
There's a lot to like in Gonjiam. I only wish the director had trusted himself more to take the horror road not taken. The result would have been something new, and fresh in a genre in which unconventional ideas are regularly rewarded.
Gonjiam is almost completely devoid of violence or gore, earning its chills from impressively creepy locations and convincing performances of a largely unknown cast.
Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum is the real deal. Deeply unsettling and unrelentingly scary, it is a film that must be seen.
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