Imprint (2006) Review

Takashi Miikes Imprint review

Synopsis: In the 1800s, an American returns to Japan to find the prostitute he fell in love with, but instead learns of the psychical and existential horror that befell her after he left. Quick Review: This segment of Masters of Horror was considered so violent that it wasn’t even shown on cable. While I’m not cautioning […]

Apartment 1303 (2007) Review

apartment 1303 review

Synopsis: (from IMDb) A modern ghost story which turns a love hate relationship between mother and daughter into a tale of horror. My Quick Review: I can’t believe that they actually made a remake from Apartment 1303, a subpar entry into the Japanese Horror Movie genre. There is nothing fresh about this haunted apartment ghost story […]

Red Room (1999) Review

red room review

Original Title: Akai misshitsu (heya): Kindan no ôsama geemu Synopsis: How low would you go to win a million dollars? Just how desperate are you for the cash? Desperate enough to enter the Red Room? Quick Review: You got to give it to the japanese: they know their shit when it’s about showing weird twisted human […]

Dark Water Review

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Original Title: Honogurai mizu no soko kara Synopsis: A mother and her 6 year old daughter move into a creepy apartment whose every surface is permeated by water. [from IMDb] Neoli’s Review: I can’t believe Dark Water is more than a decade old–eleven years to be exact.  That would make the little girl who plays Ikuko a […]

Death Tube Review

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Titre Original: Satsujin Douga Site Year: 2010 Director: Yôhei Fukuda My Short Review: There are so many bad reviews of Death Tube that I was almost reluctant to watch it. Well I’m glad I did. To be faire I’m a big fan of the Saw Series and of F***ed up Japanese Movies so the story […]

Cold Fish Review

cold-fish review

Original Title:Tsumetai nettaigyo Year: 2010 Director: Sion Sono My Short Review: I’m a big fan of f***ed up japanese movies and therefore had heard a lot of good things about Cold Fish and of course its director Sion Sono, most famous for  “Suicide club”. I’m a big Miike fan but was never exposed to Sono’s […]