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In Takeshi Furusawa's Ghost Train, a group of high school students tries to unravel a mystery that leads the teenagers into the bowels of their city.
The occasional eerie moment can't elevate this routine piece of by-the-numbers J-horror above the pack.
Ghost Train's opening shot recalls the roaring spirits of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead films, but it is, unfortunately, the sole example of what might have otherwise been a favorable comparison.
Absolutely unterrifying. Ghost train is a disappointing J-Horror about a mysterious railway pass where people have gone missing. The plot was confusing and acting was even worse.
erika is so cute...but movie plot rather tame, ending a disappointment..if you want to see a superior ghost train movie..I suggest the korean 'redeye'..better atmosphere and story..
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