Park Chan-wook's newest film Thirst finds Korea's leading man, Song Kang-ho(pictured center), as a much-loved priest who turns into a vampire after a failed medical experiment and becomes a tortured and depraved soul. The title refers to a craving for sex, blood and love. As we all know Park is no stranger to the movie death, as you can see from this scene from Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance he's also not afraid to show a little blood (or a lot).
C.O.D. - Major blood loss from a screwdriver to the neck
Victim - Chulseung (black market dealer)
Assailant - Ryu (Ha-kyun Shin)
Famous Last Words - "It's in an artery Chulseung. Don't take it out!" --Chulseung's Mom
Ryu seeks revenge on a group of black market dealers who ripped him off.