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Ghost Month (2009)

Posted on November 8, 2009. Filed under: 2009, Horror |

Alyssa (Marina Resa), needing to escape from her possessive boyfriend, takes a job as a housekeeper for Miss Wu (Shirley To) and her devoutly religious Aunt Chen (Akiko Shima). Unfortunately, her employment begins during the Ghost Month. According to the Chinese calendar, the seventh month of the year marks the time when restless spirits break free from hell to mix among the mortals. During this time, specific rules must be followed to avoid falling prey to the damned: Do not whistle, for it will only invite them into the house; do not turn at the sound of your name, for it will open your soul to them; and never disturb ashes on the ground, for it will only anger them.

Can Alyssa comply with the rules and honor the customs or will she trust that if she simply leaves the spirits alone, they’ll leave her alone?
 

Cast : Marina ResaShirley ToAkiko ShimaRick Irvin   
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The Skeptic (2009)

Posted on November 6, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

 The Skeptic is a 2009 American horror film written and directed by Tennyson Bardwell. Starring Tim Daly, Zoe Saldana, and Tom Arnold, and featuring Robert Prosky and Edward Hermann, it depicts the story of an attorney who inherits a seemingly haunted house, though he does not believe in the supernatural.

Written in the 1980s, the film was shot in upstate New York from late 2005 through 2006. Completed in 2008, it was screened at the Cannes Film Festival before being purchased by IFC Films for airing on their video on demand channel as well as a limited theatrical release. The film received poor reviews and was criticised for its lack of suspense, poor dialog, and for being reminiscent of 1970s television horror films.

 Lawyer Bryan Becket (Tim Daly) moves into his late aunt’s reputedly haunted Victorian mansion after her passing. Becket does not believe in supernatural events, and continually ignores signs that the home really is haunted, while trying to explore the connection he feels to the house. His partner in the firm, Sully (Tom Arnold), does believe in the supernatural, and tries to warn Becket that something is wrong about the house. As the haunting turns more personal, Beckett is unable to ignore it any longer and begins doubting his own sanity. He seeks help from a scientist (Bruce Altman), a psychiatrist (Edward Herrmann), and a priest (Robert Prosky), unaware that they all know more about him and the house than they are telling him. Eventually, he turns to a psychic named Cassie (Zoe Saldana), who quickly determines there is a “very bad secret” in the house. Together, they try to learn what this secret is, while dealing with repressed memories from Becket’s childhood.

Cast : Tim Daly, Tom ArnoldZoe SaldanaAndrea Roth   
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7The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007)

Posted on November 6, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

 The film opens with a brutal scene of a restrained woman giving birth who is then killed by a mutant (Papa Hades). There follows a synopsis of the previous movie, explaining that electronic surveillance was ordered installed in the New Mexico military base. The scientists are then shown working on the electronic surveillance installation and encountering problems with rats chewing the insulation on their power cables. Some ‘false’ readings are seen before the system fails. The antagonists are introduced at this point and the scientists and their colonel are depicted meeting various untimely and gruesome ends.

Next the film cuts to an apparent military operation in Kandahar, Afghanistan in which the troops are depicted as not being cohesive as a group and show individual weaknesses. The operation ends when a ‘civilian’ woman approaches the group and reveals multiple grenades under her garment, at this point the operation is revealed to be a training exercise for rookie troops on US soil. The sergeant lambastes the troops for their failure then tells them they are going on a mission to bring supplies to scientists working on a surveillance system in a top secret area. By this time many of the troops have their individual characters established, namely that Napoleon is actually anti-war and that Crank is particularly gung-ho, but violent.

On arriving at the secret base there is no sign of the scientists. A garbled radio message is received followed by a mirror signal from atop a hill. The sergeant orders a search and rescue mission leaving behind Napoleon as punishment for questioning this order and Amber to monitor the radio. Napoleon and Amber discover a man, one of the missing scientists, trying to escape from the chemical latrine who then dies after warning them of danger. Immediately they discover their transport vehicle in flames and their rifles missing. Amber starts up the hill towards the others but is attacked by one of the mutants. Mickey is returning down the hill after injuring his ankle and shoots the mutant from long range, who then disappears down a hole. Mickey gets a bit closer to Amber before a hand appears from underground and drags him gruesomely down the hole. Napoleon and Amber retrieve his weapon and set off to join the others, who by now have scaled a cliff and set up a rope.

Just as Amber and Napoleon join the main group, they come under attack from another mutant and Spitter accidentally shoots the sergeant dead. They decide to turn back, and Spitter volunteers to carry the sergeant’s body down the rope abseil, since he feels responsible for his death. On the way down they fall, and it is revealed the rope has been cut. Having no other way down, the group attempts to find a way down on foot. They find a dead scientist and meet the mortally wounded colonel, who explains briefly their enemy, including the fact that the mutants keep the female victims alive in order to breed new mutants (in reference to the opening scene), and the fact that they can only get down through the mines, before committing suicide with a pistol.

A trap is laid with the two female soldiers, which succeeds in luring out one of the mutants, who is shot dead. In a brief moment of victory, however, Missy is abducted by another mutant who is camouflaged against the rocks. The group give chase into the mines, but Stump won’t follow and decides to climb alone down the cliff and bring help. The others continue, under the leadership of Delmar, onwards and downwards through corrugated iron tunnels and mine shafts. Napoleon and Amber become separated after falling through a hidden shaft.

The captive Missy is carried to a room with makeshift furniture and is assaulted by the chameleon mutant. She fends it off by biting off part of his elongated tongue. At this point the large and menacing Papa Hades enters the room, and the chameleon flees in fear. Missy is subjected to brutal physical assault and rape at the hands of Hades.

Meanwhile, the fleeing chameleon meets and attacks Napoleon and Amber, who manage to kill him using a large rock. A blind mutant armed with one of the missing rifles detects the dead chameleon and Amber and Napoleon retreat down a shaft into the lair of an apparently passive mutant, possibly the product of a mating with a non-mutated female. The remaining National Guard troops (Delmar and Crank) approach and Delmar is shot by the blind mutant who is then killed by Crank who empties his magazine. Delmar claims it’s only a shoulder wound and caries on. Napoleon appears and shows them the secret passage and the passive mutant, who wants them to follow him and they do. They pass through a macabre room where the previous victims bodies and possessions appear to have been stockpiled. A frying pan is seen containing severed fingers. Severed legs hang from meat hooks. Amber finds the mutilated body of Mickey. Delmar breaks down spitting blood and dies from wounds that are revealed to be more than superficial. They carry his body onwards. The passive mutant leads them out to blast door section at the edge of the mines however Amber insists that they go back for Missy. As Amber persuades Napoleon to accompany her, Crank finds a stash of dynamite, however on removing it he triggers the detonation switch and a large explosion ensues, killing him and alerting Papa Hades.

Amber and Napoleon manage to kill one of the final mutants who is hiding amongst some WW2 mannequins using knives and bayonets. They then find the room containing the captive Missy. After distracting Hades with a cell phone, Amber and Napoleon manage to free Missy. Hades returns and a frantic fight insues. Amber finds a single bullet and shoots Hades in the head but he continues to fight, despite brain matter exuding from his skull. Enraged, Missy beats Hades severely with a sledge hammer, leaving his testicles smashed. Eventually the soldiers prevail and leave the body of Hades with a bayoneted rifle in his mouth.

The three survivors stumble towards a light in the background and finds it as the exit of the mines. Text appears on-screen stating that none of the guardsmen were ever found, are currently listed as AWOL, and that military officials refuse to acknowledge that Sector 16 even exists. The image turns into a thermal visual and is being viewed by someone in a thermal monitor. A mutated hand slams on the monitor (which explains the disappearances of the remaining soldiers) and the film ends.
 
Cast : Michael McMillianJessica StroupJacob VargasFlex Alexander   
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ZombieLand (2009)

Posted on November 6, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

The film takes place within a post-apocalyptic America, wherein a zombie apocalypse has occurred triggered by a virulent form of human adapted mad cow disease.

College student Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) is on his way to Columbus, Ohio to see if his parents are alive. He loses his car in an accident and encounters Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson). They travel together and when they stop at a grocery store, they meet two sisters, Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin). Through a con, the sisters manage to steal their weapons and truck. The two men walk and soon find a Hummer H2 truck loaded with weapons. They then meet the girls again, who attempt to take the Hummer, but Columbus proposes a truce.

Columbus tells Wichita he is heading home to Columbus, but she blurts out that Columbus, Ohio has been burned to the ground and is overrun by zombies. Columbus decides to not go home and stays with the group. Wichita tells Columbus that she is taking Little Rock to “Pacific Playland” in Los Angeles, an amusement park rumored to be zombie-free.

On the way to the park, they pass through Hollywood and Tallahassee decides to take them to Bill Murray’s mansion. Tallahassee and Wichita meet Murray himself, uninfected but disguised as a zombie with make-up so that he can walk safely among the infected. In Murray’s home movie theater Columbus shows Little Rock Ghostbusters; when Murray enters in order to scare Columbus and Little Rock as a practical joke, Columbus shoots and kills him, thinking he is a zombie.

After a makeshift funeral, Tallahassee reveals he lost his son to the zombies; Wichita begins developing feelings for Columbus. Fearing attachment, Wichita leaves with Little Rock for Pacific Playland. Columbus decides to go after Wichita, and he and Tallahassee pursue the sisters in one of Murray’s vehicles.

Wichita and Little Rock arrive at Pacific Playland and turn on all the rides and lights, attracting nearby zombies. A battle ensues, leaving the sisters trapped on a drop tower ride and running low on ammunition. Tallahassee and Columbus arrive just as the sisters’ ammunition is depleted. Tallahassee manages to lure the majority away, then intentionally locks himself in a game booth while Columbus goes after the sisters. Columbus save the girls and in thanks, Wichita reveals her real name (Krysta) to him. The two share their first kiss. Tallahassee eliminates the remaining zombies single-handedly. Columbus comes to the realization that this is the only family he needs, and the four leave Pacific Playland together
 

Cast : Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson , Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin
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Infestation (2009)

Posted on November 1, 2009. Filed under: 2009, Horror |

 When hapless cubicle dweller Cooper (Chris Marquette) awakens strung up in a silky cocoon, he finds himself face to face with a swarm of enormous, man-eating insects intent on devouring the entire human race. It was his first day on the job, but as nervous as Cooper was coming in to work, he never imagined that things could get this bad. Breaking free of his slimy prison with no time to spare, Cooper races to unravel his coworkers before they’re all sucked dry like human milkshakes. With a small battalion of terrified office drones under his command, the company’s newest employee fights to find a safe haven, and smash as many creepy crawly invaders as possible along the way. Perhaps in the frenzy of this mutant insect invasion, Cooper will finally summon the courage to break the ice with his pretty colleague Sarah as well. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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 Director: Kyle Rankin
Genre: Horror
Movie Type: Creature Film, Horror Comedy
Themes: When Animals Attack
Main Cast: Chris Marquette
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 97 minutes
MPAA Rating: R





Cast : Diane GaetaDeborah Geffner, VJ Kewl, Chris Marquette          
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Dead Snow (2009)

Posted on October 31, 2009. Filed under: 2009, comedy, Horror |

Dead Snow menceritakan sekelompok mahasiswa yang sedang berlibur di pegunungan Norwegia. Namun malang bagi mereka karena sekumpulan zombie Nazi bangkit dari dalam tumpukan salju dan mulai meneror mereka.

Date Released : 9 January 2009
Quality : DVDRip
Info : imdb
Starring : Charlotte Frogner
Genre : Adventure | Comedy | Horror


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One Missed Call Final (2008)

Posted on October 17, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

 

DON’T ANSWER THAT PHONE!!! The cursed calls are back, this time decimating a group of high school students on a field trip to South Korea. Obnoxious screaming youth, a heart-wrenching tribute to the beauty of sign language, helpful tips on where to “hang” out in downtown Seoul, and a whole new way to be wrong about basic internet functionality are ALL included in this third and hopefully “final” installment of the One Missed Call saga.
intro
 Well here we are again with another Chakushin Ari sequel. The original Chakushin Ari was directed by Takashi Miike in 2003 and was relatively impressive (to me) for its rather foreboding and destructive display of malevolent ghoulie mayhem. A US remake of Miike’s film (or at least its premise) by director Eric Valette entitled “One Missed Call” was just released in theaters on January 4, 2008. I haven’t seen the remake but the IMDB trivia blurb states that director Valette didn’t watch the original until after he had finished his film. Make of that what you may, but its current score at RottenTomatoes.com of a whopping 0% (0 positive reviews and 59 negative reviews) may be all you need know about the remake…
The Japanese sequel entitled, you guessed it, Chakushin Ari 2 was directed by first-time feature director Tsukamoto Renpei in 2005. Though it utilized by far the same premise, Tsukamoto broadened his sequal at least geographically by carrying the storyline and filming beyond Japan and into Taiwan. When I reviewed that film, I suggested that the Taiwan locale may have been in part a tribute to Miike whose many other films involve a Japan-Taiwan overlap of cultures and filmed locations. I guess I’d still like to believe my tribute theory but am second-guessing it now since this third film retains the international aspect but this time uses a Japan-Korea connection. Why Korea, you ask? Me too.
This third film is entitled Chakushin Ari Final. NOT Chakushin Ari 3, but “final”. And let’s pray it is so. A steady and perceptible trajectory of decline in quality and plausibility is apparent amongst these three films and I don’t think I can survive another iteration of de-evolution (let alone the US remake!). By the time we throw this film into the mix, primary elements of the narrative and plot are there NOT because they need or should be there, but simply because they canbe there. For example, why make Korea the setting? By the end of the second film, we learned that the Phone Curse started and supposedly ended in Taiwan. So why set the entire film as a sight-seeing trip to Seoul? I’ll tell you why. For absolutely no reason at all. Initially I thought it was perhaps due to the director’s (or some executive’s) desire to introduce audiences to the sole Korean cast member in this film, Yun-seok Jang. But then I realized this theory makes no sense, since Jang plays a deaf mute who uses sign language throughout the entire film. They could’ve simply flown him to Tokyo for the part and his Japanese language skills still would have been irrelevant.
Okay. I’m rambling. I’ll move on.
Chakushin Ari Final (aka One missed Call: Final) is directed by Manabu Asao whose directorial work in Senriganyou may be familiar with. This is Manabu’s first flat-out horror film but he brings to this his experience in the thriller genre. One of the two leading characters here is Maki Horikita in the role of Asuka. Maki was only 18 when she appeared in this film but by then was already a familiar face in contemporary Japanese horror films. Prior to this she appeared in Shibuya Kaidan (The Locker, 2003), Yogen (Premonition, 2004), and the theatreical release of Kaidan Shin Mimibukuro (Tales of Terror, 2004). Starring alongside her as the character Emily is the young knock-out hottie Meisa Kuroki, whose non-existent horror resume I will forgive due to my having a crush on her.
plot
An exuberant third year high school class is taking a cultural field trip to Seoul, Korea. All are there except for a notable one or two students; Notable, that is, for being the class outcasts and objects of class scorn and ridicule. One such student is Asuka (Maki Horikita), who recalls nothing but cruel bullying at the hands of her classmates. And those classmates that did not actively participate in the bullying simply watched quietly from the sidelines. Another missing student is Pamu, who was recently found hanging by the neck at the school. She apparently committed suicide following the continued mistreatment she received from her classmates.
Asuka was at the school the night Pamu hung herself and discovered the body. As school personnel took Pamu down, her phone fell from her pocket, a momento which Asuka picked up and kept.
During the boat ride from Kyushu to the Korean Peninsula, one student’s phone rings with an unfamiliar tone. (To those having seen the prior two prequels, the tone is hardly unfamiliar!) The phone indicates that the call is from Pamu, but the message left is of the student’s own voice. Attached is a photo of the student hung by the neck. The date and time of the call is listed as having come from the following day, as if she called herself from tomorrow.
Needless to say that something terrible befalls the student involving hanging from the neck while uttering the same exact words as were on the phone message. Then another student’s phone rings, a similarly strange message is left followed by an equally dismal fate, and soon the students are convinced that the dead spirit of Pamu has cursed them to die one by one, signaled only by the strange call. They begin to take seriously the phone’s message that if they do not forward the call to another of their friends, they will surely die.
Then all hell breaks loose. What they all thought were friendships quickly dissolve into suspicious chaos as no one trusts anyone else. The one receiving a call must decide to whom he/she will forward the curse, amounting to a death sentence for a classmate. The others decide it is better to take things into their own hands than wait around to see who will be handed such a cursed fate. Friend turns upon friend, victim turns upon bully, and all the while calls continue to stream in from Pamu’s phone.
verdict
Well, I think my plot summary makes this film sound pretty decent, doesn’t it. Kinda like a Battle Royale using cursed phone messages. But there are a few confounding items I left out due to their being potential spoilers. There is a decent plot twist just after the halfway point, but its impact and meaning are soon buried under stuff which is either inexplicable or simply implausible.
I’m afraid to say that this will not be a very satisfying movie to anyone looking for something similar to or better than the original Chakushin Ari. The Fright/Horror factor is significantly less, the special effects team is apparently on a shoe-string budget, and there are so many unnecessary layers to this narrative that it boggles my mind. Throw into that mix a group of twenty screaming high school kids whose cumulative acting experience adds up to, well, this film, and you start to get the idea.
This is another one of those films that you will certainly want to rent rather than buy. This is not yet available in any Region 1 subtitled version, but chances are its already in the works. Unless, of course, the crash and burn reviews of the recent US remake (of the original) scare such an effort away. (In which case you may just be spared potential agony.)
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Okay, I can’t resist. If you plan on seeing this and prefer to discover things for yourself, I encourage you to read no further and perhaps come back to this after you’ve made up your own mind.
This narrative consists of three dueling (tri-ueling?) layers which, at least in the current film, seem to unsuccessfully clash which each other. First, you have the layer consisting of the high school class (on a trip, yada yada) and a bullied, deceased student (Pamu) who wishes revenge. The dynamic of this narratival layer in and of itself could easily support a very decent horror tale of this variety. The only problem with such a simple plan is that it would not fit into theChakushin Ari franchise and title.
So the second narratival layer is put in place involving not only the phone (through which the curse/malevolence is transmitted) but also Mimiko, the formerly-abused-but-now-ghastly-little-girl from the original film (but not the Taiwanese formerly-abused-but-now-ghastly-little-girl from the second sequel. That’s a different formerly-abused-but-now-ghastly-little-girl!). I understand the marketing necessity of sticking with the “One Missed Call” brand. But what exactly is the connection between Pamu and Mimiko? It is explicitly clear from the storyline that Pamu hangs herself, not due to anything involving a “phone curse” but purely out of deep despair spawned by the bullying from her classmates. So why does Mimiko suddenly show up? Simply because Pamu is angry and owns a cell phone? This is the only reason I can deduce. The narrative remains silent on this point and apparently expects the audience to do the heavy lifting here. Yes, there is the traditional notion that malignant spirits are often merely hovering about waiting for human hate and fear to emerge as a means for them to disrupt lives. (For example, see the recently reviewed Kokkuri.) But doesn’t that simply amount to the sheer coincidence that Mimiko was hovering around Pamu at the moment of her death? I don’t get it.
But wait! There’s more. Director Manabu decides to add a third layer which is not only wholly unnecessary but also shows a complete ignorance regarding what he is depicting. From the prior films we know that the transmission of these curses uses cell phones. Okay, I can grant that. Its not any less plausible (??) than curse transmission via the internet (Kairo/Pulse), VHS (or Beta?? Ringu), TV broadcast waves (Dead Waves), or even cassette tapes (The Cursed Cassette Tape). In fact, I might be so brave as to suggest that the primary premise of the “One Missed Call” franchise involves phones (Skype included!).
Isn’t the “phone” angle good enough? Brave enough? As a storyteller would’t that be difficult enough for anyone who wishes to remain plausible? Apparently not. In the final act of the film, it is determined (out of the blue) that rather than the phone, Malevolent Mimiko’s primary abode is the internet (too?). Why this shift? Only Hell and Manabu know. But when Manabu attempts to depict and resolve his “creative departure” from the franchise storyline, he lands us in sheer incredulity.
Internet aficionados brace yourself. Here’s the set-up: Devilish Mimiko, who heretofore has been using cell phones, suddenly migrates to the internet, whereby she manipulates Asuka’s computer. According to the “InterTubal Manual of Spiritiual [Dis]Position” (okay, I made that up), this obviously means that Mimiko is somehow confined to and contained within Asuka’s computer. (???) The proposed solution is to destroy the PC. The only hitch is that everyone is in Korea, so they enlist the help of web-surfing strangers to attack the PC using… (drum roll please) EMAIL. That’s right! Email with messages such as “We shall not be overcome!” and “Die! You Ghoulish Little Girl inhabiting that Japanese girl’s PC!” and “pr0n rulz!”. (Okay, I made that last one up).
Maybe this is too geeky a point, but anyone who knows anything about computers and the internet understands how absurd this premise is. You cannot kill someone’s home computer by sending them lots and lots of email. Its simply not going to work, much less cause the computer to literally explode in a huge ball of flames like it does here. In any event, to bypass this doom, all little ghoulie Mimiko would need is a decent Spam filter. Then she could appear in another, fourth film where she haunts one of those cutting edge internet-enabled refrigerators. Then they could freeze her in an ice cube and ship her off to the North Pole. Hell in a Snowball.

Cast : Maki HorikitaMeisa Kuroki, Yun-seok JangErika Asakura   
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One Missed Call 2 (2005)

Posted on October 17, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

 This movie is not as good As the 1st but still very good Sequel. i would Say this is the Worst one out of the Trilogy.

The Plot One Missed Call 2 introduces us to Kyoko and her friend Madoka. Both women are teaching assistants at a kindergarten in the middle of Tokyo and when the pair aren’t working, they seem to spend a lot of time in a Chinese restaurant where Kyoko’s boyfriend, Naoto, works. It is here that Kyoko first encounters the cursed ring tone.

While enjoying a night out with friends at a Chinese restaurant, Kyoko receives an eerie call, but strangely, instead of dying three days later, tragedy strikes almost immediately and not to Kyoko directly. Since one of the deaths in the original film occurred on television, both Kyoko and Naoto are familiar with the urban legend and find themselves at a loss as to how to solve the problem. Luckily for them, a plucky journalist named Takako ) is on the case, enlisting the help of Detective Motomiya (a returning Renji Ishibashi) who’s pieced together quite a bit about how the curse works.

I Can’t tell you too much about this because it will Ruin the movie as there are few Twist and Turns, Which are really confusing at times and You will need to watch this movie more than once to understand it.

And finally – This is a good Sequel as it had some really good Creepy scene in this movie.

What i didn’t like in this movie was the Twist, They are really Confusing it hard to understand what going on and acting was On and Off in some place, Few people are lazy in some scenes but most of time they can act .

Cast : MimuraHisashi YoshizawaRenji IshibashiHaruko Wanibuchi   
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One Missed Call (2004)

Posted on October 17, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

 During an evening get-together with friends, Murasaki Yoko’s cell phone suddenly rings in an unusual tone. Not recognizing the tone, Yoko doesn’t pick up soon enough and the call goes into “voice mail” (chakushin). When she sees that the call/message was from her own phone number and dated two days into the future both she and her friend Nakamura Yumi listen intently to the message. What they hear is the voice of Yoko in casual chit-chat, followed by a horrendous scream, and then dead silence.

Of course the two girls attempt to laugh this off and even share the story with their friends, but when Yumi receives a phone call on the very moment…

Yoko, a friend of the two girls, received a call to her cell phone on Apr 16 at 11:04pm. Her cell phone indicated that the message (chakushin) was from Apr 18 at 11:04pm. At exactly 11:04pm on April 18, Yumi receives a call from Yoko. During that call, Yoko goes through the very same chit-chat as was on her previous voice mail. As Yumi suddenly realizes what might happen next, she hears Yoko shriek into the phone.

Yoko is violently thrown by an invisible force through a chain link fence and onto a speeding commuter train below. Then, as Yoko’s severed arm still holds the phone, it begins to dial a phone number…

This, we find, is only one in a long string of similar incidents wherein some unlucky soul receives a call foreshadowing an all-too-soon grisly demise. At the moment of death, another unlucky soul whose number is stored on the dead phone gets a call, etc. In this manner, the curse propagates itself through a countless chain of unsuspecting cell phone users. After several of her friends die in horrible ways before her very eyes, Yumi can only search for answers. She runs into Yamashita whose own sister was violently killed following the same type of strange call. As the two look further into the few clues they have, what they find proves to be an overwhelming and malevolent force intent on destroying all it encounters.

Cast : Kou ShibasakiShin’ichi TsutsumiKazue FukiishiAnna Nagata  
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The Eye 10 (2005)

Posted on October 6, 2009. Filed under: Horror |

In Thailand, Chongwai is welcoming his friends Ted, Ted’s cousin May, his friend Kofei and Kofei’s girlfriend April from Hong Kong. While on a tourist tour, they see an accident on the road, and when they return to Chongwai’s home, they decide to tell ghost stories. Chongwai shows them a mystic book, The Ten Encounters, which describes ten ways to see spirits. They decide to play its game, which they can begin on any step. Once the game begins, they must finish it or forever be haunted by ghosts.

Chongwai reveals the history of where he got the book. One day when he took the wrong bus and got lost, he arrived at a book store to ask for directions where he encounters the book on the shelf. The owner takes the book from Chongwai’s hands and tells him he must pay before reading it. The man offers him a discount saying how karma led him to that book and sells it to Chongwai for 500 Baht. The man tells Chongwai not to open to the last page or be forever cursed. During the night, a strange wind storm occurs and flips the book to the last page. In it, it reveals the book costs fifty Baht.

They begin the game on step three where they try the spirit glass game where only Kofei sees the ghost. The ghost moves the glass around until Chongwai’s mother appears and scares them. Chongwai reveals to his friends his mother is a spiritualist. Afterwards they went to an intersection where they attracted ghost with the fourth method. Ghosts arrived where everyone but May was able to see them. May, frustrated by being unable to see ghosts, tells them to continue the game, even though everyone else is afraid to continue. They continue to method five where they are playing hide and seek in a forest with May being the seeker. May finds everyone except for Kofei, who as said in the book, is the missing person with the ghost. He is considered missing because the ghost covers Kofei’s presence. May releases a black cat, hoping it will break the spell so they can find Kofei. They search around until they find the black cat dead at the tree on which Kofei urinated.

The next day, the police are called to search the forest for Kofei but to no avail. April tries step six and rubs the grave soil on her eyes. Her eyes fall out, replaced by red sun-like eyes. She falls unconscious where Chongwai’s mother cleans the dirt off her eyes and tells her how close she was to the purgatory world. April’s eyes are still intact because she did not have her eyes open with the dirt on long enough. Chongwai’s mother tells his friends to leave before something bad also happen to them. April says she wants to stay and find Kofei, while her friends leave in fear. That night, April in tears, brushes her hair at midnight; then her fate becomes uncertain.

Ted and May continue their lives without mentioning the occurrence of what happened in Thailand. One day while May is in the subway, she finds an umbrella held by someone invisible. She sees it and runs away. On the bus home, her umbrella suddenly pops open. May then sees a basketball rolling back and forth. She steps over it until it becomes a head and bites her ankle. She screams and jumps, and the passengers on the bus tell her it is only a ball. On the way back to her apartment she sees the ball again. She tries to side step is but the ball follows her. Afterwards she starts running, and the ball outruns her. She stops, and the ball begins to be dribbled by an invisible person. She performs step nine, the peek-a-stoop to find a boy dribbling the ball. The boy performs the peek-a-stoop and reveals his rotting face to her. She screams and enters her house where the basket is thrown on the door and she calls Ted. While waiting for him, she receives a phone call about the disappearance of April.

Ted arrives and takes the elevator to the floor where May lives, encountering many ghosts on the way. He finds the ball May tells him about and kicks it, only to become possessed. As such, he seems to be pop breakdancing. A pair of breakdancers arrive and figure Ted is challenging them. After a breakdancing battle, Ted, still possessed, walks on the wall and stands on the ceiling. The dancers and viewers who have come to watch them dance leave after figuring out he is possessed. Ted, falls and regains regains normal consciousness. He grabs a girl who is in the hallway, tells her it is dangerous and to come with him.

They enter May’s room, where she is wrapped in a blanket with two bug zappers where they talk. Ted asks where that girl he bought in is and she reveals he came in alone. Ted receives a flashback and plays his video camera of the recording of the accident which reveals the dead body of the girl he just brought. He perfects a peek-a-stoop and finds the girl and screams. They leave the house. The girl watches the film and realizes she is dead and crosses over to the other side in a blinding flash of light.

In the meantime, Chongwai is studying the curse that the book places on them and visits the book store. He finds the book and the pictures of the characters have been replaced by him and his friends. He finds out the person who sold the book is the one who is doing the curse. Before he gets to ask questions about it, his mother pulls him away and tells him that man and the curse are more dangerous than he thinks.

Ted and May return to Thailand to try and beat the curse. They figured if they completed the game, they can escape the curse. Thus begins step ten. Ted and May wear traditional Chinese funeral clothes and go to sleep. Before so, Chongwai tells them they have a limited time in the purgatory world and when they hear a bell, they must go into the light to return.

In purgatory, Ted and May encounter ghosts who surround them. They chase the ghosts away with their breaths, which seems to damage the ghosts in some way. They continue onwards and find the ghost who was covering Kofei. He reveals to them he has been waiting for over an hour for them, but they reveal he has actually been gone for a month. They become surrounded in great numbers until April breaks through and guides them to a safe place.

Ted, May, and Kofei hear the bell and they see the light. April says she does not and reveals that because she thought Kofei was dead and that step eight was a failure, she slit her wrist deeply and died. Kofei tells them he will stay here with April and tells Ted and May to go. The light begins to suck and push everything. Kofei pushes Ted and May to the light.

Ted and May end up on the mats where they were laid. Chongwai is nowhere to be seen. They enter the house only to appear at the hallway where they see two male teens playing with the haunted basketball. The teens kick the ball towards Ted and May, and they run right past the two. Ted and May touch each other and find each other to be solid. They are confused by what is happening.

Meanwhile the scene changes to Chongwai and his mother ringing the bell over the unconscious bodies of Ted and May. Chongwai’s mother explains to him that the curse of the book was too powerful.

The movie ends with the bookkeeper selling once more an item of the cursed book to another teenager.
 

Cast : Bo-lin ChenYan Kam ChingNg Wing ChuenLeung Cjun Fai   
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