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When ratings begin to slip for the network's "Spirit Sightings" program, Hiroshi Usui (Toshihiro Wada) prepares to tape and air the exorcism of a young girl named Runa (Shihori Kanjiya). During production, Hiroshi receives an email inquiring about Dead Waves emanating from his series.
Compelled to research the strange phenomenon before his latest show airs, Hiroshi uncovers the terrifying truth: Dead Waves are vengeful spirits that have become one with television waves, haunting all that watch "Spirit Sightings." The negative energies of these spirits, if not stopped, will escalate and steadily devour millions of viewers, pulling them into the shadowy world of death. With the exorcism about to air, Hiroshi races to stop it before evil is unleashed.
The story is a bit too confusing, and a simpler conception would have made better uses of available resources.
There are far too many films in this genre (that will either give you chills or at least enough cheese to laugh at with your friends) to waste time on this one.
Around this same time, we learn that Horoshi's girlfriend recently killed herself, a week after being treated in a hospital for depression.
Here is the breakdown.
+Cool cover art
+Had some scenes worth viewing
-Terrible execution of the story
-Very... Read more
Watching this film I could see what it had the potential to be and what the cast and crew were trying to make, but it didn't happen. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Eric J. Kerkove
This is a great movie. Greatly produced and acted. I recommend it for us all. I didn't notice any flaws in it.Published 22 months ago by Tonia Walker
This story has a new view on an old idea: Too much TV isn't good for you. Here, though, it goes way beyond that. Read morePublished on July 13, 2011 by Richard Ranta
I enjoyed this little creepy movie,but I wish the special effects were better and I wish they would have used a different technique in filming-it really gives the impression of a... Read morePublished on June 1, 2011 by Yuki-kun
this movie is a joke, seriously I couldnt stop laughing the entire time. poorly made, bad acting. just awful.Published on July 10, 2010 by ray deb