Rabitto horâ 3D (Tormented) (2013)
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Critic Reviews for Rabitto horâ 3D (Tormented)
with dizzying camerawork and lighting from master cinematographer Chris Doyle (working for his first time in the 3D format), it's a psychedelic meta-J-horror that is part ghost story, part Freudian merry-go-round, and utterly in your face.
Audience Reviews for Rabitto horâ 3D (Tormented)
The in lighting in Tormented 3D could literally be another character it has such presence throughout and is used so well both subtly and forcefully. Takashi's direction and the beautiful camera work are equally impactful, not to mention anthropomorphic visuals that are extremely creepy and disturbing. While not as strong as Ju-on, it's still a good ghost story with a lot of emotion and a great addition to Asian horror
A young boy has nightmares about a giant bunny after he euthanizes a wounded rabbit on the playground; his mute older sister tries to keep him from being sucked into another world. Spooky psychological horror full of images of people in cute anthropomorphic animal suits doing disturbing things; there is a big, satisfying revelation two-thirds of the way through, but the movie then pushes its luck with a third act that muddies the waters.
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