A young girl receives a message in the mail that reads I know you were meant to marry me. As she starts getting more and more messages she begins to realize who they’re coming from as she has to fight for her life.
Directed by – Ataru Oikawa
Written by – Yumeaki Hirayama, Ataru Oikawa, Noriko Tanimura
Starring – Seiji Chihara, Yuka Hayashi, Sachiko Kokubu, Mizuho Nakamura, Masashi Taniguchi
I started writing this blog a few weeks after I began my attempt to watch at least one movie a day and while I have missed a few days here and there I’ve been pretty consistent. It wasn’t until after I watched Tokyo Psycho that I realized that this was the 100th movie I had seen since I started. I really wish that it hadn’t been because this flick was terrible.
The cinematography is terrible, the writing is awful, the acting can be painful to watch at times and the villain of the story is laughable at best. There was nothing in the movie that could make it worth watching. I mean, it’s only about 80 minutes long and even that was too much. Even more confusing is that at the very start of the movie the lead character is attacked by a really odd looking lunatic who is never seen from again. They don’t even mention what happened afterwards.
I just couldn’t find anything good about this one. I was bored after the first 5 minutes and knew that it was going nowhere fast. With so many great Asian horror flicks out there I’d recommend that everyone steer clear of this one.
Under the marquee – Will