This is a subtle yet terrifying mix of Korean, Japanese and Hong Kong horror. The film is split into three 40 minute segments starting with "Dumplings". Unlike the others, I was not familiar with Fruit Chan's films, and this is my first. I have seen the full version, and I must admit being absolutely horrified when I first watched this, I think it's truly brilliant. The second segment is "Cut" by Park Wook-Chan, who is known for his vengence trilogy, of which I have seen the latter two. I really enjoyed these, but I was somewhat disappointed with "Cut", its an odd tale, more thriller than horror, and has a subtle twist at the end which I quite like. I think this is similar to his other films, where the ending do have these twists which are unexpected! The final segment from Takashi Miike is called "Box" which is truly bizzare. Its much slower than the other seqments and is lacking in dialogue, its a much more visual experience. Again it wasn't bad just not brilliant.
Overall, an interesting collection of films, I would however, recommend watching the full version of "Dumplings" as this is a truly horrifying experience! Worth a peek!