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(Sep 23, 2010)
Enter the scariest story, PARANORMAL EFFECT (Ju-So) : Japanese Curse.
Discover what happened to Reiko and Darren, a Japanese-American couple whose trip to Japan turned into a nightmare when an unstoppable wrath was unleashed upon them.
Based on the original video files shot by Reiko and Darren, directors Ryuichi Asano and Teruo Ito directed with PARANORMAL EFFECT an incredibly realistic supernatural thriller.
Between THE EXORCIST and RING, PARANORMAL EFFECT is finally available on DVD !
Great Japanese shivers!
Visiting her native Japan with her American boyfriend Darren, Reiko is disappointed to see him spend most of his time filming local stereotypes. Already upset, Reiko draws the line when Darren walks into a forbidden cave, which, according to local beliefs, enshrines shinto gods since the dawn of time. From then, Reiko and Darren start witnessing strange things happening around them, some of which they manage to catch on camera. Will they have time to understand what is upon them before it is too late?
Running time : 90 minutes
Language : English
Release (Uncut/Unrated) : October 2010
DVD Extra Features :
- Deleted/extended scenes
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The plot is actually fairly original in regards to its differences from the other "paranormal" movies that have been out lately. It's a different movie with the same idea of being a documentary. If you really enjoyed paranormal activity 1 and 2, and entity, you will probably like this movie. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie, I would definitely recommend it to fans of the genre.
Suddenly, we discover the husband gone and the rest of the movie was pretty much one long talk session with the woman and the paranormal team. Finally, I was too bored to continue any further so I turned it off.