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I thought that Ju-on was probably one of the most scary movies I have ever seen, I would recommend it to any horror movie buff.
(Spoiler) Case in point, Mariko, the school teacher says she is going to visit the home of a student that has not come into class since school started.
I just finished watching this film last night and have to say...The movie was creepy as hell, but I was extremely confused by the end of the film.
Dumb story plot! I've decided I don't like Japanese Horror films!Published 1 month ago by Alan Ryono
Just as scary as everyone says. I don't scare easy and this scared me. 'Nuff said.Published 1 month ago by Charles W. Johnson II
first of several great scary movies,good price, and quick shippingPublished 2 months ago by irishman
Most over hyped movie I have seen since I watched the latest Resident EvilPublished 2 months ago by Sean Winemiller
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|any j-horror recommendations?||
The Host, Noroi, The Booth (thriller), A Tale of Two Sisters, and my favoritw Re~Cycle. Not all of these are from Japan, but they are asian horror! Hope this helps. Enjoy!
Jul 19, 2011 by M. Weaver | See all 2 posts
|What's the difference between Ju-on and The Grudge???||
The Grudge plays like a sort of "best of " compilation of the first three Ju-On films from Japan. There are scares and ideas from all three of them included.
The original Ju-Ons are by far the way to go. The first two (usually called Ju-On: The Curse and Ju-On: The Curse 2, to... Read More
Apr 3, 2008 by Thomas G. Morrison | See all 5 posts
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