|Tae Kimura 木村多江|
Perennial wonderment:Why do Asian horror films always have to be about haunted objects? Forget the rings, wigs, grudges et cetera. Kaidan works on many levels, offerin a variety of rewards for every type of viewer. It's perhaps best described as an excellent introduction to classical Japanese period horror for those in this generation of cinema who only know the post-modern era made commercially viable by success stories like Ringu (1998) and such.
Here are some stills from the movie plus a couple of neat photos from the set.
|You must watch this movie.|