Project Wolf Hunting (Korean: 늑대사냥; Hanja: Neukdaesanyang; lit. Wolf Hunt) is a 2022 South Korean science fiction action thriller film directed by Kim Hong-sun, starring Seo In-guk and Jang Dong-yoon. The films depicts a story that takes place on a cargo ship used to transport dangerous criminals from Manila, Philippines to Busan, South Korea. It premiered at 2022 Toronto International Film Festival on September 16, 2022, and was released on September 21, 2022 in theaters in South Korea.Project Wolf Hunting 2023 Movie Download
The film was released theatrically on September 21, 2022, in South Korea by The Contents On. Finecut acquired international distribution rights of the film. The film was invited to the Midnight Madness section at 2022 Toronto International Film Festival on September 16, 2022. The film premiered in North America on October 7 and the film’s rights were sold in 41 countries.The rise in prominence and influence of Korean television series on Korean pop cinema has never been more apparent than in “Project Wolf Hunting,” a horror-tinged prison break thriller set on a cargo ship. In “Project Wolf Hunting,” a considerable ensemble cast of leering prisoners and square-jawed guards first stab and shoot at each other, then try to not be gouged or dismembered in turn by a mysterious, super-strong monster. As in a number of would-be franchises, the door is inevitably left open for a sequel. And as in a few TV series that have been disproportionately blown up to suit a feature-length production, there’s way more perfunctory bloodletting than you might expect or need. Yes, I know, it’s me saying that.omehow, “Project Wolf Hunting” is not based on a television series. I thought it might be given how many speaking parts it has. Also, the movie’s unabashed too-much-ness can sometimes be attractive, especially if you enjoy made-for- or adapted-from-TV productions, and therefore hope for a few moments of eccentric charm instead of any kind of sustained dramatic tension. Instead, “Project Wolf Hunting” is a sluggish, by-the-numbers body count flick that too often looks like an overproduced video game—the movie’s press release compares it to a “Capcom survival-horror video game”—as it’s played by a distracted, button-mashing Twitch streamer.