Ghost Train (2006)

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On her way to school, high school girl Nana sees a train accident. Then Nana and her friend Kanae start to come across various bizarre phenomena, including red fingerprints and a female ... See full summary »

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28 October 2016 | Horror-88
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'Ghost Train' may not be too scary, but still maintains the feel of a good J-Horror movie. Set mainly in the Tokyo subways, Ghost Train surrounds the mystery of a lost train ticket dropped by a woman named Yaeko Aonuma. When Nana Kimura's younger sister finds the ticket and disappears in the subway, she begins learning more about Yaeko Aonuma and searches for conductors and train engineers who may have knowledge of this spirit. 'Ghost Train' is actually very engaging and fun to watch. The CGI may have been awful towards the end of the movie, but before then, it's not really noticeable. Many similarities to 'Ringu' or 'The Ring', so if you like those, it's probably worth watching. Special mention to Erika Sawajiri, who did a surprisingly good portrayal of Nana Kimura (protagonist)

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