It consists of three stories each by independent directors from China, Korea, and Japan. The first one (called "Dumplings") is simply disgusting, but what makes it impressionable is that its storyline goes through different levels that one gets the impression that the disgusting part of the film is nothing more than an accessory, a method that puts you in the right frame of mind and creates the kind of tension that makes you think. I was hanging on to the arm of my couch for the duration of this segment.
Also, "Dumplings" has a full-length version as part of this 2-DVD set - very worth watching.
The second segment (called "Cut") is simply brilliant and with a lot of symbolism. I would consider this more of a disturbing art film rather than a horror film Yes, there is dancing too (and well done). It explores Evil, and the way it portrays how we are held by a kind of "rubber band" that stretches and prevents us from going too far is simply brilliant.
The last segment (called "Box") deals with guilt. It is one of those films where you cannot distinguish between reality and fantasy. Which is the dream and which is the real world? I love films like that! The revelation at the end is disturbingly powerful.
If one is a film buff or has any sense of artistry in them, I would highly recommend this film. For those used to "Hollywood" you might find a hard time. It does require you to think and, in my case, for days. Regardless, I will say that once you see it, you will never forget it.