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Synopsis partially derived from back cover:
"Whoever picks up this railway pass will die".
High school girl Nana(Erika Sawagiri) thought her life was complicated enough. Her graduation is looming, her ailing mother is in the hospital, and her sister Noriko is in a constant need of attention. But, the train ride between all her responsibilities will prove to be the most horrifying part of her day. Somewhere, deep underground in the tunnel near Mizunahsi Station, a dark spirit yearns for revenge. One by one, people begin to mysteriously disappear. Eventually, Nana's own sister falls prey to the wicked tracks. Together with her friend Kanae(Chinatsu Wakatsuki), they now take one more trip into the supernatural and confront the sinister and malevolent force haunting below the depths. Together they must uncover the truth, but terror awaits them as the hand of death comes ever closer.
Although Ghost Train may be considered a typical J-horror flick, taking gimmicks from more popular Japanese Horror films,(Ringu, Ju-on, Kairo, One Missed call) it does have its redeeming moments. Furusawa has spent a lot of time as an assistant to Kiyoshi Kurosawa(Pulse aka: Kairo), so his skill for intense thrills have been developed.Read more ›
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Ghost Train is a Japanese movie dubbed in english. The movie had a good story line with a supprise ending. I gave it a 3 rating mainly because of the quality of the film. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by DrGizmo2002
the movie ghost train is a very interesting movie,beacuse the innocent victims in the movie has no ideas what is
going to happen to them when they arrive to take the train.
...the movie has very bad acting and directing. (Warning, might contain spoilers)
1. When the mom reached down for her son, usually we would have this scene in a more... Read more
OTOSHIMONO is not the greatest ghost story ever made (nor does it claim to be), but it certainly creates an interesting setting for a ghost story. Read morePublished on September 20, 2008 by L. C. Tomas