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
great acting and a really good slowburn sort of fount footage movie. conservative with the scary stuff which i usually dont like but it really works here to make the movie alot more tense than it would have been if it was an absolute spookfest 5/5 dashies no doubt
This movie has haunting imagery and atmosphere. The cinematography was very well done. The characters piece together something that would have been better off having not been pieced together. This movie has some imagery that stuck with me and after seeing it the first time I had to watch it over and see how every single scene was significant to the plot. I love this film.
This movie has haunting atmosphere. It has some really well done cinematography.
Really really good, must watch for anyone who loves found footage. It might be a bit slow, which may turn some people off, buts it’s damn good at building tension. The final 1/3 of the film brings everything together in the best ending to a slow burn horror movie I’ve seen.
Slow burn, great payoff.