A pleasant horror short-narrative that showcases Miyahara’s talent.
“A compelling exploration of how certain subjects, psychotically structured, attempt to mend the problematic nature of the symbolic and the imaginary.”
“A horror without well-developed horror and a romance story without satisfying romantic moments.”
“A worthy attempt to offer something fresh to the horror-table, but Shimizu struggles to blend the many pleasing parts into a whole that truly engages and pleases the spectator.”
“A thrilling masterpiece.”
“A very enjoyable fantastical horror period-drama that excels in creating an unsettling spooky atmosphere.”
“Amane does not only blend horror and eroticism fluidly together, but does so to deliver a satisfying critique of how social media eventually becomes a tool for male subjects to chase their phallic fantasy.”
“A mystery-horror experience that is, in all aspects, better than ‘Howling Village’.”
A veritable horror classic.
“Masamura delivers a phenomenal narrative, a true post-war classic.”
‘A classic that offers an unforgettable experience that is as touchingly lighthearted as is it disturbingly horrifying.’
“A pleasant and truly satisfying ride for the whole family.”
A short experiment that succeeds in engaging the spectator and keep him on the edge of his seat until the very end.
A great sequel that delivers everything what Kajju fans desire, but in a less thrilling manner than the first reboot film did.
A fabulous and unique romance horror narrative that uncovers the often-forgotten truth that all speaking beings are driven by a desire to be loved/desire to love.