Ju-on: The Grudge Reviews
Giving this one another day in court made me want to revisit Takashi Shimizu's other films in the same series, as they're all roughly the same yet slightly varied. It reminds me of listening to different people tell the same urban legend in some respects.
The film plays with the narratives of each interconnected character, all linked to the house where a great evil occurred.
But when stripped bare, the film actually explores psychology; the relationships between the parent and child, and patterns of behaviour, showing how these in turn are given to the next generation.
Filled with so much fear, terror & tension this film made me jump regularly. A few scenes in particular makes the viewer very uncomfortable.
This technique behind the film was to be commended also, the shots added to the terror & the director really did so much especially the final scenes of the vacant city of Tokyo.