Ju-Rei: The Uncanny (2004)

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Ju-Rei: The Uncanny (2004) Poster

Japanese school girls die violently after seeing a man wearing a black hood.


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18 January 2020 | SyoKennex
4
| I did want to catch up on some sleep...
This is a hard review to write and I'm trying to be nice but... this film was just boring. It has a very interesting premise and the actors are mostly solid enough to bring it around but it just... fell flat. I found myself bored, focused more on editing data than I was on the film, I couldn't focus on it, and almost fell asleep once or twice. The incorporation of the Grudge like sounds seemed much like a grab at trying to keep the audience listening - maybe it was inspired somewhat by the "Ju-on" films, maybe it was the same sound editor, but either way, it also fell flat. I really did try to like this but the only nice thing to really say is, "hey, this didn't 100% suck and come in at 1/10".

I'm a really big fan of Shiriashi Koji, and it pains me a little to be writing a mostly negative review for him, however, this is a nice look into where he started and how he developed and adapted when it comes up to films released after this.

More of an insight into a director rather than a horror film, "Ju-Rei" just left me wanting more and wishing I'd picked something else.

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Release Date:

24 October 2004

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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