I mean why did none of the other ghost girls try to stop the murders before hers, 'hey happened almost a half dozen times before. Maybe she was the chosen one to stop it? Nothing really seemed so special or unique about her as a main character to warrant it could have only been her to end the reign of terror. And there might be the underlying problem, she's not enough of an interesting heroine to warrant being the special.
Oh well, the ghost murder is stopped, the family we don't much about or have spent time with lives, and the main character gets to stay dead. Whatever will be will be, I guess.
Not as many Pokemon as there should have been.
Really interesting story with some twists here and there, but overall it felt way too complicated when it didn't need to be. But still it was more than you would expect from an independent "horror" movie, from one of the most creative and interesting horror directors, Vincenzo Natali.
~November 27, 2015~
I have to go back to this movie again, because to me it looked like the movie "The Sixth Sense". I don't want to get into more of this because I don't want to give any spoilers of that movie
Anyways, it looks like a good movie, but overall, the sequence of days kept repeating and it started to get boring. I fell asleep because of that and really didn't even wake up until the final twenty minutes left of the movie.
Stayed pretty interesting through out the film. Nothing scary with no scenes to make you jump. I enjoyed it, and would recommend this as being a good watch.