This is a pretty plain post...there was this movie i seen a preview of awhile ago...i've been going to local conventions asking if anyone had this movie but all i could remember was that it takes place at a store...convenience store i believe...and its haunted? not much info but...how many asian horror movies could there be with a convenience store as the setting?!? thanks for anyone that can figure it out :-D
Long black hair, creepy kids, and balls mysteriously bouncing down the stairs…you know the drill!
Come on, admit it you sick bastards. I'm not sure I picked up on everything going on this film, but the performances, tone, aesthetic just clicked for me. It's like an Asian David Lynch movie.
i like this movie, it kinda gets left out, so i give it the thumbs up, find and watch this one.
right now, i'd have to go with chan-wook park's vengeance trilogy. (lady vengeance, sympathy for mr. vengeance, & oldboy.)
in my opinion i can't pick one or the other because i think that takashi miike's work is usually unbelievably violent, where chan-wook park's work is very physological.
If you haven't seen this one you should.
All I gotta say is thats some %^ up *&^@ right there that is.....
I bought and finished watching Imprint from the Masters of Horror Showtime series. I was kinda surprised that it was Showtime refused to show the episode. The episode touched on several taboo subjects (like good horror should from time to time), but the violence was probably no worse than Dario's Jenifer episode. What are you thoughts on the episode? Why do you think they refused to show it?
Has any seen this movie yet? I've rented it over the weekend and thought it was really good.
I don't know. I just didn't get this movie. People are dying and their imprints are left behind. There is a scary website where people interact with the dead...yadda yadda. (Remember, this was done in 2001) The end took an interesting turn.
Anyone get creeped out by this?