A BLOODY LUCKY DAY REVIEW: DELICIOUSLY DARK SERIAL KILLER DRAMA

When I reported about the new K Drama series – I was unaware that this was about a serial killer. All I knew was that it was about a cab driver who picked up a criminal and had to get him to a port so he could be smuggled out of South Korea. I was not prepared for the emotional rollercoaster or the gnarly violence – this has exceeded all expectations.

A Bloody Lucky Day Official Poster – Paramount Pictures

Believing that luck is coming his way, a taxi driver unknowingly picks up a passenger for a cross-country fare. Within minutes he realises that there’s something very wrong with his new passenger. He soon learns that he’s a twisted serial killer with zero remorse or emotion for any living being.

The killer then makes a deal with the cab driver: get him to the port to be smuggled and let him tell his story about how he targeted, planned, tormented and killed his victims. As the two make their way Cross country, they are unaware that the mother of one of the killer’s previous victims has taken the law into her own hands and will stop at nothing until she gets vengeance for her son.

I think that is all I have to say about the plot. Like all South Korean K Drama, there is just so much more on offer, There are twists and turns at every checkpoint and you can’t tell where it is going to go. Everyone has a meaning and purpose but it is how everything connects and comes together in the most unexpected ways that make this so damn special.

As for violent content, I am happy to report that A Bloody Lucky Day is as extreme as a series can get. This is bleak, pulls no punches and goes straight for the jugular. As much as I love watching the procedural serial killer K Dramas, it is great to be able to witness the gruesome FX and uncensored madness that made us all fall in love with the genre in the first place. As well as the mayhem, we also have a perfectly crafted, gripping crime saga.

A Bloody Lucky Day is for fans of complex, yet dark and vicious dramas. Very much in the same violent tone as I Sawk The Devil – or any other relentless serial killer film.

Go into this knowing as little as possible and you’re mind will be blown wide open. One thing is for certain, you better clear some time on your busy schedule because when you start this, it is impossible to turn off until the final credits roll.

You can stream the full 10 episodes of A Bloody Luck Day on Paramount Plus. The monthly subscription price is worth it for this series alone.

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