Masters of Horror (2005–2007)
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Dream Cruise 

Absolutely terrified of the sea, an American lawyer reluctantly goes on an ocean cruise to be near the wife of a client, with no idea of the grim situation that awaits them all.

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Thom Irvine ...
Young Jack (as Thomas Jones)
Ethan Amis ...
Sean Miller
Maky Soler ...
Receptionist 1 (as Maki)
Tiffany Martin ...
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Ian Moore ...
Harrison
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Jack's Assistant
Katsuhiro Nagano ...
Cab Driver
Yoshino Kimura ...
Yuri Saito
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Eiji Saito
Miho Ninagawa ...
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Absolutely terrified of the sea, an American lawyer reluctantly goes on an ocean cruise to be near the wife of a client, with no idea of the grim situation that awaits them all.

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Fantasy | Horror

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The only episode of Masters of Horror that skips the opening presentation sequence. See more »

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Referenced in Unikal'noe pozdravlenie (2014) See more »

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Sea Grudge
2 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although I did enjoy the movie, it was nothing new. A woman with long hair is done wrong and now reeks pain and suffering on anyone who enters her house, oops, I mean space of water. Long hair getting into everything, possessions, did it or didn't it happen situations etcetera, etc. I did enjoy the movie like I said earlier, but I think it is time for J Horror to come up with something new. Expand the genre. Didn't care much for the the DVD extras either by the way. By the standards out today, there is not an excuse to not have deleted scenes or bloopers or separate actor and director commentaries. What the original writer thought would have been nice. Use a camcorder if your worried about extra cost. If Brain Damaged movies can do it, they can too.


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