Three... Extremes I went to a Rue Morgue screening of an Asian Horror anthology last night called Three... Extremes. A sequel to THREE which was made a couple of years ago with mixed reviews. I haven’t had a chance to see THREE but I Really enjoyed Three... Extremes. Takashi Miike, Fruit Chan and Chan-wook Park take turns directing what I thought may possibly be the most well wounded trilogy of horror shorts I have seen put together in quite some time. Takashi Miike starts off with "Box". A beautify surreal film about a girl who has recurring nightmares about a traumatic childhood incident. This is the slowest film of the three but some of the imagery will stay with you for a while. Fruit Chan then directs what may be the best of the three with “Dumplings”. The story of an aging actress who seeks out a woman renowned for her ability to making dumpling that she claims to hold the fountain of youth. What she makes the dumpling out of is what makes this story both sadistic and disturbing. The Last story by Chan-wook Park is called “Cut” about a movie extra who feels life has mistreated him and takes it out on his director. The Last two stories have comedic elements to them that flow well with the horror. I usually don't care for the combination of the two but it really works here. Each story is spoken in a different language corresponding with they’re director as Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea are all represented. If you get a chance to seek this out I’m sure many of you will be pleasantly surprised.