Directed by Takashi Miike
A man begins a relationship with a very deadly female killer in Takashi Miike's ultra-gory masterpiece. Widower Aoyama falls for the radiant and mysterious Asami. But as he delves into her past, he learns her former acquaintances have either gone missing - or have missing limbs. Will he be next? Thanks to its heart-stopping final act, Miike's chilling tale put him in the pantheon of great horror directors, and led to the J-Horror genre becoming a worldwide phenomenon. If you haven't seen it, be warned: when the needles come out, there's no turning back.... (In Japanese with English Subtitles)
A man begins a relationship with a very deadly female killer.
Cast: Ryo Ishibashi, Eihi Shiina
awesome movie , just how i like it more gore the better.
Jesus I love this film, have for two decades now. In my top five all time, and trust me, that’s saying a lot. While not for everyone, especially if you have ADHD and prefer the horror that right up front zero suspense or build up, this one isn’t for you. If you can appreciate a suspenseful, taught tension build up This incredible Japanese horror film is simply as good as it gets in a slow burn, tension building, nightmarish psychological terror and unforeseen brutality, horror film; heavy on style, mystery, terror, unease, tons of tension and the excruciating truths it shares-that the only true and real monsters we have to fear are our fellow human beings. Be nice to that girl, you never know what she’s hiding to give you when you’re not. Or where she’s hiding it. Maybe In a bag. Maybe in a piano. 😂
I was told to expect a lot of gore. I didn’t expect to watch such a great film! Intense and gripping cinema!
no body does horror like the japanese.
gross and self-absorbent