Hellbound is making waves at Netflix right now because of its fascinating lore. This Korean dark fantasy is making waves on social media right now. South Korea’s entertainment industry is becoming more mainstream than ever. Do you hate reading subtitles? Hellbound is available for the dub in multiple languages. People who love subs are more vocal online but people who watch dub are a silent majority. Hellbound is directed by the man behind Train to Busan .
Director Yeon Sang-ho already have plans for a second season, that is how confident he is with the success of this show. It got released on November 19 and it became the most popular show on Netflix in just 24 hours. It has the potential to be good enough to compete against Squid Game. I can see more South Korean shows coming to the streaming platform.
Hellbound is set in a dark world because monsters are dragging people to hell. Even if they are not the typical sinners that we read in the holy books. One of the characters is a father who found out his newborn baby is hellbound. A Baby is innocent and has done nothing wrong to deserve going to hell but for some reason, it happens in this world. These Paranormal events coincide with the Birth of a New Religion called New Truth Society.
What many fans did not know is that this show was an adaptation of a Webtoon. A Webtoon is a Korean Webcomic that you can read for free online. The Netflix hit, Sweet Home was also a Webtoon and so is the Crunchyroll Anime Tower of God.
The first 4 volumes can be read for free for Pc Browsers but the Volumes afterwards will only be available on their app. The Newfound popularity of this Webcomics made the official Youtube channel of Webtoons release a trailer.
Squid Game is coming to Netflix this September 17 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqxAJKy0ii4 The Squid Game is South Korea’s very first Death Game drama. Death game is a genre of Thriller with elements of horror, action,suspense and a Game show. The biggest examples will be Alice in Borderland, Battle Royale,The Belko Experiment,The
Hellbound is now out on Steam, from developer Saibot Studios (the reference in that name is intentional). Consider it an intentional throwback to the rough and raw early days of first-person shooters like Doom and Quake. You play Hellgore, a trash-taking muscle man who finds himself in hell (where else)
Back when the first person shooter was a young genre, there was only one rule: if it moves, shoot it. That basic approach was what made 90s shooters like Doom and Quake such mindless fun, and the spiritual successor Hellbound, from the devoted Doom fans at Saibot Studios, is ready