New Korean film to open at 12 North American locations
The new Korean film "Deranged" will open at 12 North American locations this weekend, its overseas distributor said Monday.
"Deranged," also known as "Yeongasi" in Korean, will be shown in cities including Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago and Vancouver, on Friday, said CJ E&M.
Directed by Park Jeong-woo, "Deranged" is a science-fiction horror thriller about an infectious disease. Actor Kim Myung-min plays a father who struggles to save his family from virus-infected mutant horsehair worms, called 'Yeongasi," that can control the human brain.
The flick has drawn 4.17 million audience members since opening at local theaters on July 5. (Yonhap)