26. Made In Korea
Anthology featuring the works of Fruit Chan ("Dumplings"), Park Chan-wook ("The Cut"), and Takashi Miike ("Box") which hail from Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan, respectively.
A woman desperate to retain her youth begins to indulge in some rather unconventional cuisine. This lays all the cards on the table right from the start, yet maintains its disturbing nature throughout. The squirmiest of the three.
A successful film director falls victim to a disgruntled extra who has targeted him because of his wealth and kindly demeanor. Not sure if it was intentional misdirection, but this did not go the way I was expecting at multiple junctures. That's not necessarily a criticism, but…