This is half a film's worth of ultra-low budget Japanese horror. We are given the general back-story that five girls went to a spooky place for a dare and were never seen again; so what better way to celebrate the anniversary than assembling a cast of psychic believers and a load of TV cameras and see what happens this time round? What happens doesn't really make a whole lot of sense, there is a weird, grotesque mask on the floor and someone puts it on, and what happens after that should really have been a good deal better than what it is. However, it is compact in its brevity and I really did like the music. If you are into mandibles, then I think you'll love it.
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