Noroi: The Curse
Directed by Koji Shiraishi
SADAKO VS. KAYAKO director Kôji Shiraishi helms this highly praised, riveting found-footage horror must-see. NOROI takes the form of a documentary by a prominent paranormal journalist named Kobayashi, who went missing shortly after completing it. What begins as an investigation into strange noises soon evolves into the chilling mystery of a demonic entity named Kagutaba, as suspense and terror build steadily to a heart-stopping finale. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE
A paranormal journalist explores a series of strange events that may be connected to an ancient demon.
Cast: Jin Muraki, Rio Kanno, Tomono Kuga
This was awful. i sat through an hour but couldnt finish. Shudder is buying reviews
Awesome found footage horror! Great story, haunting mystery.
Ghost stories are all about the presence of something (ie a ghost) that should be absent (ie dead people shouldn't be able to bother you still). Digital video is all about the absence of stuff that should be present (ie details of images, lost amongst pixellation and artefacts). They work pretty well together! Thought I saw faces in the mosaic of darkened trees; the freeze frames, enlargements and fleeting glimpses of the actual spirits those had the look of those double-exposure "ghost photos" published in double-page spreads in Usborne books. Spectacularly realised found footage horrro!
is the new season of documentary out now google
really good found footage film! creative premise and lots of good scares. but I have to say... it tends to overexplain a lot, and yet leaves you confused as to how the curse works