Night of the Assassin Review

Night of the Assassin Review

Night of the Assassin comes to us from the director Jeong-deok Kwak starring Mun-Shik-Lee and Sung-won-Choi. An assassin who is about to face his most dire mission to find a herb to save his life. Poisoned with a deadly poison that can make his heart explode he must find this herb.  Just no one can tell him if this herb is real. He is being hunted with a bounty on his head on top of trying not to die. He is given medicine to help if he must fight to not have his heart exposed just if he takes too much he dies.

He finds himself in a village and gets work while he tries to find this herb. He becomes friends with the family he is working for. Trouble finds him and he must save the son of his boss. This we be no easy task and he faced his greatest fight yet. He is outnumbered and with a weakened heart he must fight till the end.

It’s a great film from the start to the end story flows well action is amazing the fights are done so well. Full of action but you start to feel for the assassin in his quest to survive. I give this one a 7 out of 10 solid film worth the watch in my book no English audio subtitles it is for this one. Out now from Well-Go-USA be sure to check this one out.