Posted by: koolcampus | August 7, 2014

“JU-ON 3: THE BEGINNING OF THE END (2014) Japanese Movie Review. The BIZARRE KILLINGS Live On!

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 A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS?

IF SO, THEN THESE “TWISTED” VISUALS MIGHT WELL DELIVER THE MESSAGE.

These visuals are indecently scary, demented enough to evoke distaste and fear in the minds of the weak.

No, the movie doesn’t play nice, fair nor easy.

It is definitely old-school where the use of special effects is kept to a bare minimum.

To say the least,  “JU-ON 3” is one profoundly disturbing film to boot.

 ” JU-ON 3 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END ” (2014) JAPANESE MOVIE REVIEW

For some inexplicable reasons, I’ve yet to establish a valid connection on the JU-ON series, from past to present.

Hence this Review presents an opportunity to level up on a non-comparative edge (as akin to the the old ones).

“Ju On 3: The Beginning Of The End” wastes no time in pushing viewers into the loop.

It sounds the gong that it is a horrific film of the macabre genre. If you have a faint heart, don’t see.

The ghastly boy ghost is still around to deliver shocks, to empower you with his sickly appearance.

He will trample upon the hapless albeit unfortunate visitors who visits his residence.

And curiosity kills the cat (proverbial saying).

His favorite trick is to twist his victims’ heads 360% around with a loud cracking click. As well as to “prise open” the human jaw by stretching the jaw upwards and mutilate the total jaw apart in an elongated manner. It is really disgusting.

For these sick pictures, please browse the visuals provided above.

We are told that this one  is the seventh film in the “Ju On” franchise.

If you are familiar with Japanese actors, here’s a neat line-up of Nozomi Sasaki (Yui Shouno), Kai Kobayashi (Toshio Saeki), Sho Aoyagi (Naoto Miyakoshi), and Reina Triendl (Nanami). They are here to be “bumped” off.

Some of these girls are really attractive.

 Let us have a brief rundown of the hideous plot:

In a peaceful residential area,three persons: a policeman, a child consultation officer and a local office staff assemble in front of a house with grim faces.

They discover the corpse of a murdered boy, dangling from a rope in a garbage-strewn room within the abode.

The boy has been dead for some time as the air is smacked of rotting flesh ordor.

Yui Ikuno (Nozomi Sasaki) is a teacher at an elementary school.

She is asked to take over Year 3 Class 3 following a sudden departure of their form teacher, Mr.Konishi.

Yui has no experience as a teacher but willingly accepts the offer. On her first day of class, Yui notices an unoccupied desk in the classroom.

The desk belongs to Toshio Saeki (Kai Kobayashi).

The class register shows that he has been absent for 7 days. She learns from the Vice Principal that the previous teacher, Konishi, made a home visit but did not see the boy.

Shortly after, he resigned.

Determined, Yui decides to visit Toshio. She may be bold but she is courting trouble.

No spoilers here as the VISUALS have already shown you that “JU-ON 3 is made with brutal fascination and skill.

Go enjoy the movie from here.

RATING: 3.5 out of 5.

LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR:  GSC MOVIES

 

 

 

 


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