'Oh, look at you baby. Who did that? Do you remember when we started going out? You said you would never hurt me and you'll love me forever. I was sincere with you, didn't I? I know everything you did, don't try to hide it or say you didn't, I fucking know it. It's really hilarious because now you say it's my blame and I hurt you, did I? You don't have an idea of how much I'm enjoying your circus, your crying, your 'baby, I love you, I really love you, I miss you, I need you'. I don't know if i have to believe you or not but i like doing it. Maybe you really cry for me, I understand, I'm not a great girl but I'm very much for you. I have to say it was hard, you made me feel sad saying I left you and it was my fault... poor beast. I would like saying I left you but I don't like to lie. And now I can say I enjoy to see you suffering for me. Piece of shit.'
The Fried Squirms are pleased to announce that we've just released our 54th episode, and this week we're reviewing Kim Jee-won's revenge-horror-thriller "I Saw The Devil" from 2010. This South Korean masterpiece stars the sensational Choi Min-sik as Kyung-chul, and international star Lee Byung-hun as Soo-hyun. Tune in to find out some exciting news about a potential Bride of Frankenstein reboot; our pitch for director of a Hellraiser remake; an unofficial plug and shout out to Shudder; Tyler's idea for a trilogy to further the franchise; and our news concerning a series of instructional videos that we're involved with.