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

I love horror movies with a hint of emotion, and this film takes the cake

CrazyM
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a day ago

This is my second viewing of this film. This is what I love about Japanese horror films. They capture fear in a creepy way that no American film seems able to. American directors who try to attempt horror films can learn a lot from movies like this one. "Dark Water" can be viewed multiple times without losing its atmosphere and effect.

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2 days ago

Much more frightening than the American version.

ANON_SVOD_USER_1536544930664
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11 days ago

Sad, creepy, atmospheric. Very good film if you don't mind slow-burn movies. I like that there's no real antagonist out to hurt someone for no real reason. Just a lot of betrayal and abandonment, that turned into jealousy and anger.

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12 days ago

scary

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22 days ago