Reviews Tagged with Supernatural - Page 4

Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) (2000)

Chihiro suffers from muliple personalities - and one of them is deadly.
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Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) - Chihiro suffers from muliple personalities - and one of them is deadly

Although filled with traditional Japanese horror supernaturalness, wild flights of fantasy and schoolgirl beatings, Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) is not a traditional J-Horror with long black haired sexy ghosts crawling along ceilings and jump scares via dead people's reflections. The majority of the movie creates an air of mystery through som... Click to read more "Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo)"

The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu) (2005)

Supernatural horror from Singapore.
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The Maid - Supernatural Horror from Singapore

Kelvin Tong's The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu) is a fairly typical J-Horror (despite being Singaporean) for the best part, but takes on a fairly disturbing twist as the story closes. Relying on an eerie atmosphere and Singaporean superstitions rather than an abundance of guts, The Maid manages to create a more disturbing and dark feel than is usual withi... Click to read more "The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu)"

Marebito (2004)

They didn't see something that terrified them. They saw something because they were terrified.
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Marebito - They didn't see something that terrified them. They saw something because they were terrified.

Takashi Shimizu (director of Ju-On: The Grudge and Reincarnation) brings us an original J-Horror movie by the name of Marebito AKA (The Stranger from Afar). The movie takes the humble vampire movie in a new direction, in a Japanese kind of way, but is much less focused on the supernatural ghosts and spirits that we tend to associate with your typic... Click to read more "Marebito"

Mother of Tears (La terza madre) (2007)

If she lives, we all die.
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Mother of Tears - If she lives, we all die.

The third and final part of Dario Argento's Three Mothers Trilogy is Mother of Tears (La Terza madre). 27 years after Inferno, the final part of the trilogy that began with Suspiria ends pretty much how it began. I must admit that I was expecting to be disappointed with this movie and envisioned it to be bastardised by Hollywood influences but with... Click to read more "Mother of Tears (La terza madre)"

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