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Ju-On White Ghost / Black Ghost [Blu-ray]

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Editorial Reviews

The final new films in the explosively popular JU-ON (The Grudge) franchise, made in cooperation with the original films' creator Takashi Shimizu.

JU-ON: WHITE GHOST tells the story of senior high school student Arkane whose strong ESP power induces him into seeing Mirai, the tragic ghost of an old school friend. JU-ON: BLACK GHOST tells the chilling story of a young woman called Fukie who discovers that she's carrying an unborn 'grudge', which vengefully curses all those around her.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Al Kago, Akina Minami, Hiroki Suzuki
  • Directors: Ryuta Miyake, Mari Asato
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: May 17, 2011
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004O63TRW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,766 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By P. STEWART on December 8, 2011
Format: DVD
First of all, like the other reviewer said, it's NOT a direct continuation of the Kayako/Toshio/Evil Hubby storyline from the originals or the remakes. This is a pair of separate "side hauntings" that spread off from the original curse. Sooooo...they ARE connected. I'm sure everyone who's seen the original knows that when someone is killed by the curse they in turn get sucked into it and become evil ghostie/haunters themselves. It spreads like a virus. That's what this is about. Clear enough? Ok.

Like I mentioned in the title, if you know what to expect before watching, they're actually pretty good additions to the J-horror world as well as the Ju-On lore. That said, out of the two separate stories I did think Black Ghost was the better of the two. It had many twists and turns and was much darker and creepier than White Ghost. White Ghost was very fun itself though. I kinda liked the creepy old granny carrying the basketball. She was spooky and a hoot at the same time. LOL. Both installments follow the same "fractured narrative" style as the original films btw. If you're not prepared for a non-linear story then you won't enjoy that aspect. It does confuse some people.

Ultimately I can't say if these'll creep YOU out or not. That depends on your own internal fright meter. I personally found this pair of hour long stories to be interesting and creepy enough to be very entertaining. I also knew beforehand what they were about. (I always do my research before buying! Unlike some-- ahem.) Plus, I don't always watch "horror movies" for the purpose of being scared. If they're just supernaturally fun and keep my attention then that's fine with me. These were more than adequate for the task. 5 stars from me for the whole package. Gotta bump up that 2 star review to something more fair. Hehe.
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I don't think my review can do it justice, I say pick it up and watch it for yourself, anyway, here is what I originally wrote on another site:
So, I FINALLY got this movie and I thought it was actually pretty good. There were some minor flaws, but excusable because I think this movie didn't have a high budget, but pretty good entertainment. I picked it up for around $10, definitely a movie I will revisit a few times. The scare factor was there and the camera work made the scare effects work. If the cameraman didn't know what he/she was doing, this movie would not have worked. The Grudge appears many times through the movie, however when you see it, you get just enough to know what is happening. I like how many of the scenes let you know exactly what is going to happen with the proper props. You get to see almost every murder take place, the ones that I consider quite gruesome are shown by the camera moving away from the action and you see what is happening by the movement of the shadows or just enough that you can see an act take place, but will not get disgusted. So, if you have a light stomach for that kind of thing, this movie is definitely good for you if you want to watch a scary movie, but not get grossed out like many American movies do. It seems like the whole movie was filmed raw with very little special effects, so blood shown is accurate by having a few spots here and there where in many Hollywood scary movies people tend to bleed way too much from a paper cut or something silly. The main thing I thought was clever about this movie is that it was shot from many different perspectives and the viewer gets to piece things together as you watch it. In White Ghost for example, you see from a perspective of what seems to be a minor character, but actually has a big reference in the end.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sparky_magic_rainbow on August 1, 2013
Format: DVD
This is a review for "White Ghost" only. The thing that bothered me was the grandmother holding the basketball. While I can see how this element fit into the plot ... it was a distraction more than anything else. Extremely graphic in some parts. I'll definitely never watch this again as "Ju-on The Curse" has a better plot with less gore.
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It's a very interesting movie! How each character was connected by this Grudge. First in the white ghost then you go to the black ghost different characters in each one they do show a glimpse of the little boy that sounds like a cat from Ju-on and from the US movie Grudge. I am happy I made this purchase! This movie is Japanese audio only with English subtitles.
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I really liked this when I first saw it on Netflix. Same twists and turns that I love with the Asian style of horror. If you like the Ju-On movies, this one is quite different but not in a bad way. New characters and storyline made this stand apart from the original Ju-On, but same suspense and fear as the originals. I watched it twice the day I got it. Love it!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on March 8, 2013
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Ju-on: White Ghost and Black Ghost are the continuation of the Ju-on franchise, although they are not directly related to the original installments. White Ghost tells of a young man that brutally murders his family, then kills himself; Black Ghost tells of a young girl who, after fainting and receiving several medical tests, finds out she has a cyst in her body, which is actually her twin sister. The stories are a bit more complicated, but I'll leave it at that. Ju-on: White Ghost/Black Ghost is a creepy and effective horror film.

The stories in this film use the same formula as the original films; it uses creepy visuals, eerie sounds (the iconic croaking sounds makes a return), and loud jump-scares to create an effective horror atmosphere/mood. Additionally, this is the most violent and disturbing entry in the series- from the brutal stabbings to the implied pedophilia. After the recent disappointing entries in this franchise (ahem, The Grudge 2 and 3), the return to the original formula is welcomed. The storytelling is still a bit confusing- it really leaves you asking questions until the end, as the film skips around from character to character; part of me enjoys the direct focus on a specific character's story, but it feels a bit sloppy or overly complicated. I think the storytelling issue will be a more significant to those that aren't familiar with this style. The acting was good throughout the film, about what you'd expect from a low budget j-horror film.

I own the Blu-ray of this film. Both films run at about an hour each, and both share the same disc. The Blu-ray picture and sound quality is fine, basically standard. The film has English subtitles, it does not have an English dub. The blu-ray does not have special features.
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