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Gregory Hoblit Nicholas Kazan
Michael J. Pagan
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Outside Japan :Released:1998/01/16
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2012/04/22 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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At the beginning the story tells the process until the main character at the end of the story comes there ... Muslid itself.
Furthermore, the hints towards the bat end from there are put in a casual scene on the way.
The evil spirit that appears in the play can be transferred one after another to the opponent who just touched it,
It is unclear what level of creatures can be possessed by humans, etc. At first the weaknesses are shown but there is no limitation on the ability of the weaknesses although they are shown.
Although the feeling of hopelessness of the main character side is emphasized, the feeling of despair of the main character side is emphasized, while the nature that was not sealed etc. was also uncontrolled, the fact that mankind was safe itself lost its persuasive power and the truth of the story faded away.
Suspense horror featuring devilish possession Horror's "Exorcist" and "Hidden" depicting serial crimes by parasitic aliens divided by two.
Although the butt end is a horror system, it is bad aftertaste as an entertainment to the last.
For a devilish work the devil is increasing the negative emotions inside humans Steps to the depths of a kind human psychology is not a reminder of the world view of God and devil fighting, but a demon aliens Content to be established even if it is replaced with.
The story itself is twisting and it can be enjoyed as it is, but once it is seen, it is enough. Evaluation is "good".