A teenager called Noriko Shimabara runs away from her family in Tokoyama, to meet Kumiko, the leader of an Internet BBS, Haikyo.com. She becomes involved with Kumiko's "family circle", ... See full summary »
In an alternate Japan, territorial street gangs form opposing factions collectively known as the Tokyo Tribes. Merra, leader of the Wu-Ronz tribe of Bukuro crosses the line to conquer all of Tokyo. The war begins.
A grisly murder occurs in Maruyama-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo - a love hotel district - a woman was found dead in a derelict apartment. Kazuko (Miki Mizuno) is a police officer called to ... See full summary »
"BAD FILM" is a legendary production that was shot in 1995 over the course of the year, but went unfinished due to funding difficulties. This year, over 150 hours of footage captured on the... See full summary »
Keiko Suzuki is a lonely waitress in Tokyo. Her father passes away of cancer and she becomes obsessed with the passage of time. And so, three weeks before her 22nd birthday, she decides to ... See full summary »
A teenager called Noriko Shimabara runs away from her family in Tokoyama, to meet Kumiko, the leader of an Internet BBS, Haikyo.com. She becomes involved with Kumiko's "family circle", which grows darker after the mass suicide of 54 high school girls. Written by
The poster in the girls' room is of the band Dessert. This was the fictional girl pop band that was a big part of the first film. The poster advertises the song "Write Once", which was the song that Dessert performed in the ending credits of Suicide Club (2001). See more »
Imagine a typically vacuous, dreamy teenage girl (who, incidentally, abandons her family like a selfish imbecile in order to pursue God knows what moronic idea of "personal freedom" she may have gotten from feminist magazines or retarded modern pop culture). Imagine her constant, never-ending stream of thought, jumping around randomly, pointlessly, from one nonsense thought to the next, all wholly unrelated. Now imagine you're stuck in her head for two hours and forty minutes, where every such inane thought is expressed in painful, ceaseless voice-over.
"I wonder where dad is. Is he seeing the same stars I am? I have decided to be more connected to myself. I went to this man's house, there were pictures on the wall. Probably his family. I was moved."
The other characters, when they briefly take the spotlight, are no different. You are treated to the NEVERENDING STREAM OF THEIR EVERY SINGLE STUPID THOUGHT!
That's this movie. Nevermind the horror tag, there is nothing horrific about this film except the utter realization of how lucky you were to not have been born the weaker, mindless sex.
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