A young woman returns to Tokyo, following a car accident that fractured both of her legs. While her brother Koichi provides hospitality for Haruka, weird noises and events transpire in the house - leading to a more horrifying truth.
After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem.
Prepare to see what is allegedly the "actual footage" of the supernatural events leading up to the 2008 murder of Samantha Finley. Released against the wishes of the authorities, this D.V.D... See full summary »
Shane Van Dyke
Erin Marie Hogan,
After a young couple moves into a new house, they start to experience some strange events, that just might be demonic. So they decide to videotape the whole thing. Sound familiar? At least this time the demon has a sense of humor.
Haruka Yamano returns from America to Tokyo in a wheelchair, both legs having multiple fractures from a car accident. She is helped by her brother Koichi and their father. Their father travels to Singapore for business meetings and Koichi takes care of his sister and films her most of the time with his camera. The next morning, Haruka tells that her wheelchair has moved during the night and Koichi check the windows of her room to see if a stranger has broken in their house. He tells that probably a spirit had moved the wheelchair and he uses salt near the door of Haruka's bedroom to protect her against evil spirits. However, the next morning they find that the salt is spread near the door. He checks the tape and believes that the house is haunted by a ghost. He decides to tape his room too and during the days, weird noises and events happen in the house. They invite priest Saionji to purify the house against ghosts and over four days nothing unusual happens. Haruka tells to Koichi ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I have come to known Japanese horror movies as a form of art. This piece of tihs is a below average American horror movie, it just happens to be made in Japan. Absolutely nothing even remotely scary happens, just another movie that benefits from Paranormal Activity's success. A prime example of how easy it is to fool the audiences to watch a dozen horrible sequel- prequel- bs when the first one is actually some what decent a movie. I have completely given up on all of the PA-movies, even the 2nd one was garbage.
The only reason why I give this 2 instead of 1/10, is the fact that it is in Japanese and filmed in Japan. But still this makes as much sense as the American ones; e.g. if your sister and/or sister's room is haunted and you want to protect her, why do you sleep in your own room like 2 floors down? You talk about leaving the house but you don't, why won't you? Your sister walks around loudly and you don't wake up on the noise? BS.
No more this, now I will release myself of the horrible franchise that is Paranormal Asstivity. Gomennasai, Arigato gozaimasu.
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