University students, Feng (Tsao Yuning), Victory (Carlos Chan), Mei Qi, Xiaoyu and Ali, are assigned to do special research in The Moral Education College during summer vacation. The school...
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University students, Feng (Tsao Yuning), Victory (Carlos Chan), Mei Qi, Xiaoyu and Ali, are assigned to do special research in The Moral Education College during summer vacation. The school has been occupied by the Japanese to do cruel human experiments, they found an alumni records about ghost experience, and also found that some girls was mysterious disappeared. A staff of the school, Miss Fang (Esther Huang) led them to know the environment, then a chain of strange things happened in that evening, and finally they are forced to flee to a century-old tree, unexpectedly they saw the Principal of the college dig out some bones unconsciously under the tree. Are the bones and all the strange things related? Can the 5 people go out of the school safely?Written by
Binding Souls have a great idea for R-rated horror. It is set in an abandoned place with a horrific past, but fails to deliver on anything. It is about 4 students who visit a school before it closes down. As they stay, paranormal occurrences happen. The movie tries to provide mystery and suspense but fail. The acting is wooden, and the twist can be seen a mile away. The climax is underwhelming, and there is no fear for the characters. I guess the director wanted to portray the characters as innocent teens, which they succeeded. But with their cheery mood, it destroys the dark tone of the movie and fails to make anyone scared. The ghost design is generic, and there are no scary sequences at all. The only decent acting comes from one of the cast, who pretends she can see ghosts. Not a movie I would recommend
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