Tomie: Replay

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Prepare for the ultimate in supernatural screen terror as Japanese horror icon Junji Ito's immortal schoolgirl returns from the grave to torment the living in the second entry of the popular fright series. When a young girl is admitted to a hospital and an ultrasound reveals a moving organism that is living inside of her, doctors waste no time in operating and removing what they discover to be the disembodied head of a beautiful girl named Tomie. Tomie can never die, and as she continues to regenerate, the surgeon who performed the operation becomes infected with her blood. When the surgeon disappears, it's up to his daughter Yumi to find her father and discover the mystery behind Tomie's murderous powers.


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Replay is a very suitable subtitle for this third film in the series. It starts off much weirder than the previous installments. This time Tomie starts her life as a head in a young girls stomach. It was a very unsettling and queasy opening and probably the most memorable moments of the series so far. It plays to the same beat as the last two films, with Tomie gradually manipulating and possessing the lust of man. This time though, men are literally infected by her as she gets into their bloodstream and begins to regenerate. Once again it's cheap, but not as noticeable as the TV movie that proceeded it. A pretty good continuation.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

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Weird and suspenseful. I will look into the other "Tomie"-movies and recommend this one to friends that like japanese horror.

Stefan P
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