As for Hong Kong, it has continued the tradition of adapting Chinese horror films such as "Strange Tales from a Liaozhai" and other ancient Chinese classics, adding elements such as real social cases and end-of-the-century and return anxiety, and developed films such as "Mountain Village Old Corpse" and "Yin Yang Road". , "Office Ghosts" and other series of horror movies.
In South Korea, horror movies company banner design started relatively slowly, but after the government vigorously supported the film and television industry and improved the quality of technology, Korean horror movies after the millennium have become a new force. From 2003, it was adapted from the ancient Korean strange story "Rose, Red Lotus” and “Ghost Bell”, which received investment from the United States, the stories are mostly based on social events, and South Korea began to embark on a line of horror movies with gorgeous fantasy but extremely tangled and twisted human nature, such as the later “Teacher’s Favor” and Park Zanyu’s “Bat” : Bloody Lust is the same.
MV5BN2E4YmNjYjktMTM5Yi00YjgzLTkyOTYtN2Vj Photo Credit: IMDb On the other hand, in terms of content, it can be found that although their themes and narrative methods are different due to regional relations, their content responds to and undertakes a certain collective terror in the society at that time, such as "Ghost" The "Call" series presents the alienation of human beings after the popularity of mobile phones, and "The Office Has Ghosts" depicts the common false prosperity of Hong Kong people in the post-reunion society and people's sincere interaction is no longer there.