Time To Hunt, Korean Heist-Thriller Arrives on Netflix April 10th

Time To Hunt (2020)

Let’s get the most obvious thing out of the way first and foremost. Netflix is a propaganda-laced devil riding on the backs of every straight male and heterosexual couple just trying to be entertained. It’s a bona fide basket of postmodern cupcakes laced with the poison of Left-wing agitprop. This is nothing new. Nothing new at all. We know this. However, every so often they will pump out a movie or two that looks like a legitimately good time. Yoon Sung-hyun’s Time To Hunt appears to be one such film.

The movie stars four young men trapped in a dystopian hell; a future where poverty and the overbearing police state of government has turned every day survival into a seemingly impossible task.

With literally nothing else to lose but their lives, a handful of friends decide to change their luck by shooting fate in the face with .12 gauge.

The crew of four decide to rob a casino in the upper class section of Korea, but things don’t go as planned.

You can check out the trailer below courtesy of The Swoon.

While they manage to rob the casino, they end up crossing the wrong kind of people and they have no one to turn to and no one to save them.

The trailer does an absolutely perfect job of building up the suspense of the movie without ruining any of the twists or turns.

It feels like South Koreans really have a solid handle on making and marketing their films. The trailers always just drip-feed you just enough info so that your interests are piqued without being exiguous or treading into spoiler territory.

As usual, Netflix is the enemy of Western culture. However, you can still find Time To Hunt becoming available via streaming with English subtitles on April 10th.

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