Three...Extremes (Saam gaang yi)
Three...Extremes (Saam gaang yi) (2005)

Three Asian directors, from Hong Kong, Korea, and Japan, join forces to create an omnibus horror film, Three...Extremes. In Fruit Chan's "Dumplings," shot by Christopher Doyle, Mrs. Li (Miriam Yeung), a thirtysomething former… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: February 28, 2006
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84%
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78%



Critic Score: 84% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: This anthology contains brutal, powerful horror stories by three of Asia's top directors.

Richard Roeper
Ebert & Roeper

You can't believe what they're doing here.

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Scott Tobias
AV Club

A strong effort from everyone involved, though they're not all wholly successful.

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Steve Biodrowski
ESplatter

All the episodes are interesting and disturbing - perhaps too much so, without any clear reason for the audience to endure the suffering.

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Bob Longino
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Asian horror like the new Three ... Extremes beats an American film like Saw II at its own game.

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Jeff Shannon
Seattle Times

It's just three gifted filmmakers with vision to spare, daring you to go to their extremes.

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Sam Jordison
Film4

This anthology is a mixed bag.

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J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader

'Cut,' Park's contribution to Three... Extremes

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G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle

One is haunting and wonderful, one is very good, and one spoils the fun.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

A great horror anthology that thankfully restores my faith in the anthology gimmick that Hollywood completely diminished years ago...

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Flixster Audience Score: 78% Flixster User Reviews
Bruce Bruce
Watched "Three... Extremes" last night, and it was insanely good, but This is the grossest three Asian Horror Films I have ever seen in my life. All… More
familiar stranger
Dumplings - 2.5/5 Cut - 3.5/5 Box - 3/5
Lewis C.
Three...Extremes is an anthology of three horror films by three respected Asian directors. "Dumplings" - Directed by Fruit Chan In Dumplings, an… More
Robert C
While all of them were interesting, the only segment that REALLY got to me was the first film called "Dumplings". It was truly disturbing on many… More
Aditya Gokhale
Few films manage to disgust yet fascinate you at the same time with their unusually outlandish and disturbing premises. "Three..Extremes" an… More
Randy Tippy
Episodic horror done right. Three tales of terror that will surely induce either the willies, the creeps or the eebie-jeebies, depending on your personal… More

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