The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)

The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)
  • 2013
  • Japan
  • 1h 46min
  • Directed by: Hideo Nakata
  • Cast: Atsuko Maeda, Hiroki Narimiya, Masanobu Katsumura
  • Language: Japanese

Hideo Nakata (Ring, Dark Water) returns with this horror about a young student who moves to a new housing complex and gets caught up in the mysterious lives and deaths of her neighbours.

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The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)

A master of Japanese horror returns.

Hideo Nakata (The Ring, Dark Water) is back with a new experiment in nerve-shattering terror. Young student Asuka has just moved with her family into a new housing complex. Strange sounds indicate that all is not well there. Soon Asuka becomes involved with the fates of two neighbours: an elderly hermit and a young boy who constantly plays alone… A subtle exercise in mounting suspense that leads to a ferocious climax.

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The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)

20 Jun 20132 stars

Mundane ghost story from Hideo Nakata, director of Ringu and Dark Water

Ringu (The Ring) pretty much kick started the mainstream appetite for Asian horror single-handedly. It tapped into a new mythology of spirits and curses that hadn’t been explored in western cinema and the startling images of Japanese ghosts as brought…

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