Hashima Project (2013)

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Hashima Island was once the most densely populated island but has been a ghost island since 1974. A group of teenagers will now step foot on this island to capture paranormal encounters on ... See full summary »


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9 November 2014 | gothic-fiction
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| Weak, so weak!
Firstly you'll have to endure around 30-40 minutes of almost nothing, just a presentation of the group, some very dramatic music and personal choices, the love affairs, the group dream and the boredom itself. Afterwards the drama begins!

I would never recommend H Project, it is slow, weak, not quite easy to predict but that could be because you don't wanna look into it too much. It takes too long to begin and too much to end, the middle is confusing, some decisions are very questionable, instead of a better character built you get to see just how stupid they can act and the ending itself pretty much comes as a slap in the face because it will make the middle almost completely useless. The plot it thin, the acting is OK, characters are, diverse, but nothing looks real, cardboard people that you get to see only in movies.

You want a good haunted movie? I don't even have to recommend any, there are plenty since the beginning of Poltergeist! Go look elsewhere!

Cheers!

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