3 horror films about environmental pollution

1. The Host (2007)

 

The Host is one of the highest profit horror movies in Korean history

The Host is one of the highest profit horror movies in Korean history. The film is about Hee Bong’s fight and his relatives with a hideous monster that emerged on the banks of the Han River when it took away a member of his family. The root cause of the incident is that extremely toxic chemical wastes are discharged directly in the river.

2. Contagion (2011)

Entrepreneur Beth Emhoff died suddenly of an unidentified disease in Hong Kong, but only a few days later the number of symptomatic people like her began to grow very quickly and spread throughout the world. The US Centers for Disease Control took action and began studying the vaccine against the mystery of the true origin of the disease.

Contagion has brought in huge revenue of USD 135 million compared to the cost of USD 60 million, the film also brings together a big star group including: Matt Damon, Jude Law, Kate Winslet … under the guidance of the talented director who won Oscar – Steven Soderbergh. The MEV-1 virus in the film, although only a fictitious product, is very similar to the SARS virus. The film itself is highly valued for building true panic and fear as the world once faced the SARS outbreak
3. Deranged (2012)

Deranged also focuses on a catastrophic disaster but focuses on a parasite with the name Yeongasi or horsehair that can decompose the body by controlling the brain and destroying them gradually.

The film attracted more than 4.5 million viewers in Korea’s domestic market and received many high reviews from critics. The main content of the film is not only the race to gain survival for the parasite but also the evil conspiracy when the origin of this pandemic comes from the human race.

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