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R-Point

Rating:R (for violence and language)
Genre:Action/Adventure, Horror
Release Date:January 13, 2006
Running time:106 minutes
Cast:Woo-seong Kam, Byung-ho Son, Tae-kyung Oh, Won-sang Park, Seon-gyun Lee
Director:Su-chang Kong
Producer:Kang-hyeok Choi
Writer:Su-chang Kong
Distributor:Tartan Films

Description: In summer 1972, strange radio transmissions are received from soldiers of Battalion 53 -- soldiers who were thought to be dead six months earlier. Traumatized Choi Tae-in, still recovering in the hospital from a battle in which he was the only survivor, is sent with a platoon of hicks, nuts and psychos to investigate the source of the radio signals in a Bermuda Triangle-like area known as R-Point. For five days the motley crew, who are being shot at by mysteriously invisible Viet Cong, hole up in a decaying mansion, and slowly realize the mansion is haunted by people massacred by Chinese 100 years earlier. One by one, members of the group go down.

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