Unborn but Forgotten (2005)
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Borrowing its premise from the popular Ring horror movies, Unborn But Forgotten concerns a female reporter who investigates a website called The White Room. She learns that every woman who visits the site dies within 15 days of viewing it. Once she visits the site, she has that much time to solve the mystery before she herself perishes. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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Supernatural cyber-horror from Korea about a cursed website that condemns its victims to death in 15 days after viewing it. It's creepy but not as much as it could have been, ultimately the slow pace and lack of scares damage it. But the story was compelling enough and the film ends quite stongly I thought with a couple of twists thrown in. It's a good enough film but not one that will blow you away.
The opening credits are very slick, but it does seem to go downhill from there. There are a few scenes which do manage to create an appropriate creepy, uneasy ambience, but most of the film doesn't incorporate them, or other bits of potential, to its advantage. Somehow the plot manages to be both a touch unusual and mundane at the same time. I felt that the climax struggled under the weight of contradictory messages regarding gender responsibilities, conception and abortion, and though the cast gave good performances ultimately all their effort was difficult to appreciate.
Creepy but not that good. I'm not sure I really understood the very end. Has weird anti-choice vibe to it as well.
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