Masters of Horror: Season 2, Episode 13

Dream Cruise (2 Feb. 2007)

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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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Episode complete credited cast:
Jack Miller
Thom Irvine ...
Young Jack (as Thomas Jones)
Ethan Amis ...
Sean Miller
Maky Soler ...
Receptionist 1 (as Maki)
Tiffany Martin ...
Receptionist 2
Ian Moore ...
Jack's Assistant
Katsuhiro Nagano ...
Cab Driver
Yoshino Kimura ...
Yuri Saito
Eiji Saito


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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Treading on familiar ground
13 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

J-Horror's career can be summed up by the audience's potential fright at being confronted by the righteously malcontent spirits attempting to breach their world for ours. However, visions of decrepit, deformed stringy-haired Asian women slowly reaching out to take our lives is no longer anything haunting because of their ubiquity in the early 2000's. Therefore, it'll have to take a memorable narrative twist, or unique emotional characterizations to be affected by their work. Neither are found in this exercise because of the director's erratic tendency to play temporal puppetmaster whenever he sees fit. The lack of faith I placed on the director's control of what is dream/what is reality led my mind astray and distracted me from the strengths of the singular setting. You get bits and pieces of the three main characters lives...but nothing sincere enough to create a lasting impression. Also, I found Ryo Ishibashi's acting to be cheap and second-rate though his character's breakdown is less involving and more two-dimensional than the other two leads. The film-making and the eerie green colors reflecting the malevolent spirit is fine...but the storytelling's too shoddy and incomplete to matter. An addition of western/genre plot reveals would have added more pleasure to this experience.

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