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Furîzu mî (2000)
Exploitational film that leaves a nasty taste in the mouth
Worrying, disturbing, sensational, exploitational rape drama. All about a Japanese woman who was visciously raped by three men. Five years later they each come back for more, in quick succession, one after the other - despite the fact that she's moved home since at least two times, they still manage to find her. The film is full of sexual violence, which would be more acceptable if there was something here we could learn from, but it seems these sequences were probably only included for sensationalism, and it's difficult to detect any artistic merit for the graphic way these sequences are portrayed and the film leaves a nasty taste in the mouth.
Cabin Fever (2002)
Plenty of bloody action, but very little else.
Very disappointing horror. A group of young men and women drive out to an isolated cabin in the woods for a bit of a break, and come across a man infected with a deadly unknown virus that turns the unfortunate infected into a murderous maniac. Alright it is a bit of a change from the usual lame brained slasher pic, but this ends up little more than a poor man's cross between "28 days later" and "The evil dead" and it's nowhere near as accomplished or effective as either of the aforementioned. There's little excitement or atmosphere generated, plenty of bloody gory sequences, but there's nothing of any real substance, and no finesse. Humour is tried for but even here it usually fails. Unsurprisingly it ends up disappointing.