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“It is indeed a refreshing change from the standard J-horror, much like Marebito.”
“This strange little J-horror is available on YouTube, and is quite the indie darling.”
“Squiggly_P on Jun 4, 2008 looks chuck-full of cheap J-horror shock tactics & the characters look really gimmicky-from the "I see things" psychic to the black FBI agent who talks with a straight face-honestly, & amanda peet's character looks no different to her previous ones. the only way this movie can work if it turns out BIZARRE enough, or if they give us some sculley eye candy. twispious on Jun 5, 2008”
“J-horror for instance had a largely female audience.”
“I believe I am in the minority when I say that Ju-On is one of my all time fave J-horror films.”
“A film which is somewhere between Hitchcock and J-horror, but a hollow imitation without the originality expected of either.”
“There's also a touch of J-horror mixed with modern noir.”
“With its small cast of characters and few but well-placed terrifying scenes, it reminds me a lot of J-horror and I mean that as a huge compliment, since it's something I so rarely see in fiction.”
“The Reference: Tom and Karla watch a J-horror marathon dressed as "zombie Wash" and Zoe.”
“Fresh off its Pusan world premiere, this is one of the Tetsuo auteur's most accessible efforts and easily the most inventive J-horror film in some time.”
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