Horror movies mostly.
It's not disturbing, nor is it scary or shocking. What's shocking is that the director actually got away with a lousy ending, and the audiences bought it. This, once again, confirms that most horror movie fans have no taste. Only the first half is enjoyable, then it goes downhill. Overrated, pseudo-philosophical, predictable garbage.
Clocking in at only 71 minutes, this is a relatively short Japanese horror movie. The opening sequence of the movie consists of six college students around a campfire at night. One of the three guys is telling a real-life horror story, involving himself, only to fail in scaring everyone gathered around the campfire. Meanwhile, one member of the group decides to grab some beer, which is placed in a bag near a river, and hears a crying baby.
I didn't plan on writing a review before, but after reading some of the "reviews" -- really just people questioning where the sequel was -- I decided to help out everyone else who was questioning the same.
For the noobs asking where the sequel is, *4 years later,* you were clearly misinformed. Don't worry, I was in the same boat as you lot, except I did some research. Turns out, this is actually the second installment of a three-part horror…
Ju-on: The Beginning of the End, mistakenly labeled as "Ju-on 3", is a reboot of the infamous Ju-on franchise. I didn't feel like writing a review before, however, that changed when I read these half-assed reviews which are clearly biased to the point where the authors seem like precious snowflakes. Obviously, a review is supposed to be biased, but the reviews here take it to a whole new level. I'll be amazed if anyone above the age of 14 wrote…