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(Horror) When a Canadian research photographer is killed, leaving behind a photo of a boy in an otherwise empty room, paranormal investigative scientist, Hashimoto, and his team investigate the scene. Armed with a newly invented material they capture the ghost: an unidentified 13-year old boy. Who is this ghost? Why does it kill people? As they seal off the room and monitor the captured spirit, they soon learn that even though its energy can be visibly seen, humans are unable to hear it. In an effort to learn the ghosts past, Hashimotos team enlists the help of special agent Ye, gifted with extraordinary eyesight and ability to lip-read. As Ye gets closer to solving the riddle of the boys past, he learns the horrifying truth of the boys death. Fearing that the ghost child is dangerous, the team decides to isolate the ghost but in doing so they unknowingly unleash a mysterious force, a much more powerful and ferocious energy to which the boy somehow seems connected.
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A rather worn-out premise and not too original story line, and it works. The secret to Asian Horror cinema. Read more
Pretty decent movie. I bought it on whim because Amazon recommended it and I don't regret buying it. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Sun
I saw this movie on cable and it is an awesome production and I hold it in high regard in horror movies. I love this movie!!! Excellent!!!Published 17 months ago by Jimmy Bryant
Inventive and innovative take on a ghost story. Nice to see a movie about the supernatural that takes a more intellectual approach rather than drenching everything in buckets of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mike
In this film, Writer/Director Chao-Pin Su tries to escape the formulas
of modern Asia horror cinema, by introducing many disparate plot elements:
A secret military... Read more
The movie arrived in good condition and played flawlessly. Another very very good Horror movie from the Tartan Asian extreme collectionsPublished on February 13, 2013 by Dwight Delarge
I was told this was a horror movie. I was told wrong. Silk is, in fact, is a touching tale in which you come to sympathize with the ghost. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Joseph Attaway