TIFF’s Primetime programme will screen “Hellbound” in 2021. This festival will begin in September, but it won’t be the last. Visitors visiting the 26th Busan International Film Festival will also be able to see it. A Netflix release date for the series has yet to be announced; nevertheless, it’s safe to assume that the rest of the globe can watch the series at some point in October 2021.

Because it’s a horror series, a premiere date in October makes sense. According to Netflix, the show could be released over the following couple of weeks after BIFF concludes on October 16. 

An excellent group of veteran Korean actors has been assembled for the next Netflix series, which will bring a novel plot to life. “Hellboundlead “‘s actor, Yoo Ah-in, will portray Jeong Jin-soo. Jeong Jin-soo is the leader of the New Truth Society, a new cult in South Korea. I think a new religion would be highly popular among the population, given that demons from Hell are sent to Earth to torture people for the rest of their lives.

But some want to know why demons chose to descend on Earth for such a horrible purpose. An attorney (Kim Hyun Joo) defends the accused sinner as a journalist (Park Jung-min) investigates the mystery cult. There’s also Jin Kyung-hoon, a police detective on the hunt for a string of ritualistic murders. Although it’s not a production for the faint of heart, this cast is up to the challenge.

Webtoon’s “Hellbound” will adapt a lot of what was started in webtoons. “Hellraiser” will reveal how civilization becomes utterly destabilized when supernatural forces begin pulling people to Hell. Anyone can find out when they’re going to be judged by receiving a notice in the mail. 

Demons appear out of nowhere when the time comes. Even though there is much misunderstanding and concern, a religious group called New Truth Society steps in to fill in the gaps. However, only they can interpret the will of God, which allows them to acquire control over a nation that is already on the verge of collapse.

No signs point to this suffering ending any time soon, so society adapts to a horrifying new normal. As a dark mirror on how the community reacts to mass trauma, the webtoon includes many social commentaries. The webtoon and the Netflix programme were created by “Train to Busan” director Yeon Sang-ho, so it’s safe to assume that these themes will be carried over.


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