Hellbound netflix review

Hellbound – Rotten Tomatoes

Great first 3 episodes, very captivating and intriguing plot. The whole dystopianish society gave it good vibes. Ending was unexplained and episodes 4-6 felt …

Reviews: Hellbound – IMDb

The show has a great pace over 6 episodes and it feels longer than it was, but in a good sense as nothing felt rushed and there were excellent payoffs. I would …

Netflix’s Hellbound is a Brutal, Thrilling Series About Belief

Netflix’s Hellbound is a Brutal, Thrilling Series About Belief | TV/Streaming | Roger Ebert

20 nov. 2021 — A review of the new Netflix series Hellbound, directed by Yeon Sang-ho.

A review of the new Netflix series Hellbound, directed by Yeon Sang-ho.

Hellbound [Netflix] Review: Korean Drama Wrestles Faith and …

23 nov. 2021 — People go to Hell in broad daylight in this vicious drama from director Yeon Sang-ho, grappling with the dangers of weaponized beliefs.

Hellbound: Season 1 Review – IGN

24 nov. 2021 — Hellbound may be endlessly bleak, but its mercilessly sharp focus on humanity’s hypocrisy and evangelical panic reveals a highly gripping drama …

Netflix’s bleak yet gripping Korean drama Hellbound wonders what would happen if damnation was just around the corner.

‘Hellbound’ Netflix Review: Stream It Or Skip It? – Decider

19 nov. 2021 — It does a better job than other shows with so many characters (we’re looking at you, The Wheel Of Time!), but it still leaves some holes in the …

Hellbound: the South Korean death-fest that wipes the floor …

Hellbound: the South Korean death-fest that wipes the floor with Squid Game | Television | The Guardian

25 nov. 2021 — The terrifying Netflix show also deals in violent ends – with demonic smackdowns by CGI brutes – but it’s so much more than Squid Game.

The terrifying Netflix show also deals in violent ends – with demonic smackdowns by CGI brutes – but it’s so much more than Squid Game. This is truly exceptional drama that will be spoken about for decades

‘Hellbound’ review: demons rise as religious hysteria … – NME

‘Hellbound’ review: demons rise as religious hysteria descends in this chilling South Korean series

18 nov. 2021 — Backed by an engaging ensemble, thoughtful themes and top-notch production values, Hellbound is a complex exploration of good and evil for the …

‘Train To Busan’ director explores religious zealotry and social media frenzy in a world where demons literally drag sinners to hell.

K-drama review: Hellbound – in Netflix’s transfixing and …

K-drama review: Hellbound – in Netflix’s transfixing and endlessly surprising dystopia, directed by Train to Busan’s Yeon Sang-ho, everyone is pitted against each other | South China Morning Post

18 nov. 2021 — Massive plot twists, impressive set pieces, urgent pacing and a unique narrative structure make Hellbound a winner. Even better, it sets up a …

Korean drama series from the director of zombie horror film Train to Busan is one of the best shows of the year, with a unique narrative and massive plot twists.

Hellbound Season 1 Review – A divine misfire with a …

Hellbound Season 1 Review – A divine misfire with a lacklustre second half

19 nov. 2021 — K-dramas have been riding a dizzy high these past few years and with Apple and Disney finally throwing their hat in the ring, Netflix remain the …

Overall then, Hellbound is a bit of a mixed bag. It’s a great show for three episodes and a pretty poor one for the other three.

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