Dark Water

Dark Water

Directed by Hideo Nakata

In the midst of a divorce, Yoshimi moves with her daughter Ikuko into a shabby apartment to start a new life. But there’s something strange about this building. The water leaking from the ceiling that doesn’t seem to have any natural source, and then other creepy H20-hauntings occur. What supernatural secrets does this building hold? Director Hideo Nakata cemented his position as the godfather of J-Horror after adapting another scary tale by author Kôji Suzuki, who wrote the source material for Nakata’s breakout 1998 smash RINGU. Contains strong horror.

A mother and daughter are haunted after moving into a building with supernatural secrets.

Cast: Hitomi Kuroki, Rio Kanno, Mirei Oguchi

Member Reviews

Sufficiently creepy and surprisingly brilliant to boot. A real tragedy, but in my opinion of the self-made kind. Very relatable.

tbar4848
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24 days ago

Not a good movie, the mother irritated me, but the ending wasn't bad.

4realmedium
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25 days ago

This is less scary than stuff like Ringu, but it's still an excellent creepy movie, with an emotional mother-daughter story. Even when Mom overreacts a little much >=>

Lallyzippo
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a month ago

Classic J-Horror

jeanjeanie1477
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a month ago

A felt like this movie was just a big PSA, which in this case, is a good thing. The atmosphere was really creepy, but I think it had very little pay-off, however. Definitely not the scariest movie I’ve seen, but that’s okay. I don’t need to have my blood curdle to feel afraid. This movie did its job and I think the concept was nice 👌🏻👌🏻

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a month ago