It's well made. The look of it makes it makes it come across as authentic. The forest is absolutely beautiful. The acting was good too. Aside from the look and feel of the movie there really isn't anything else that stood out as a big positive, But it held my attention to the very end so it still deserves 2.75*.
This is a 70's rating, which takes into account the time period it was made in. I loved the fact that I throughout the run time for this movie I thought was so predictable, yet the ending caught me totally by surprise. It has a great '70's vibe (the way they act, talk, etc). I would recommend this for those that have a love for the classics. It;s not scary but it's a good enough ride that you won't regret it.
Wow. This was amazing. It's one of those movies where after it ends you just watch all the credits and think about what you've seen. And definitely stick around after to listen to the credits song. I thought that changed my perception re the conclusion. The fact that is not only animated, but made in 1982 is incredible. What a piece of high quality art. Not everyone will be able to handle the subject matter but those who can watch it will experience a very moving film.
My first foray into the Dabbe franchise was with Dabbe: Cin Carpmasi (Possession), which pleasantly surprised me. This one wasn't as good but it was still serviceable. It didn't scare me and was sort of a standard
blueprint/cliche, but it held my interest throughout even with the long run time. Yet I wouldn't go so far a s to recommend it.