12 May 2015 | bmaschi
Expect a low budget horror and you won't be disappointed.
There was obviously a gap between what they wanted to produce and what they were able to produce but this is impressive for a low-budget horror series. The writing is good. The stories are creative. The camera work is fine and, unlike with a lot of low-budget flicks, the sound is well done. There aren't a lot of special effects and the ones they do use can feel a little cheesy. But hey, that's one of the more enjoyable aspects of a low-budget. The acting was probably constrained by a limited amount of time and takes, but definitely not bad. A big shout out to Maho Honda playing Tsukiko. She flips from erotic to scary to humorous faster than a fast food burger. If you don't expect a Spielberg production you'll probably enjoy it.