Noroi: The Curse

Noroi: The Curse

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Noroi: The Curse is a Japanese horror and thriller film directed by Koji Shiraishi. It was released in the year 2005 following an indie documentary setting. It starred Jin Muraki, Rio Kanno and Tomono Kuga.

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  • Margaret Little
    Written on July 9, 2018
    "This is one of the best paranormal movies out there. It has an in-depth storyline which traces back to cultic rituals appeasing creatures of the unknown. It was also made using a sort of documentary style which makes it more realistic than the common movie."
  • Billy Fernandez
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "Noroi: The Curse is a very effective horror movie. What I mean by that is that the movie does induce horror, fear, and anxiety. However, it's not great filmmaking in general. It's pretty underwhelming as art."
  • Cathy Jiang
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "Noroi: The Curse is a horror film made in Japan. It is the style of "found footage" and is really good. It's very unique and has some pretty funny mockumentary style horror to it as well. I would recommend."
    Olivia Sims
    Written on June 2, 2018
    "Noroi: The Curse is a Japanese found-footage horror thriller. It's a great ghost film, particular for anyone interested in an alternative take on them."
  • Patricia Hawkins
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "Noroi: The Curse is one of the best Japaneses movies out there . It's a Japanese horror film about ghosts/mythology in a documentary type style. Noroi: The Curse will leave you on the edge of your seats. While it starts what some would say boring, but as the movie progresses your mind will be changed very quickly."
  • Josefina Correa
    Written on July 9, 2018
    "This creepy province cult movie uses screams of infants as effect which in my opinion is really creepy you know.... :D"
  • Jane Cunningham
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "Asian horror fanatic here-and supernatural thriller fan. The early 2000's were good years for this type of horror classic, with ghosts, psychics, and complicated plots. Watch it and tell me what you think."
    Michelle Parker
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "Lots of people are saying this is a slow burner. Might be too slow for some who are used to faster-paced horror films. I do not think this can be included in any list of best Asian movies of all time."
  • Doris Perkins
    Written on November 26, 2018
    "I really like the documentary format of the movie. This is truly a disturbing and scary film."
  • Vincent Bailey
    Written on May 22, 2018
    "As a J-Horror fan I find this movie fun to watch. It had a slow start but it picked up towards the end."
  • David Castro
    Written on May 31, 2018
    "looks good but i would go with the classics"
  • Dan Li
    Written on June 11, 2018
    "I believe Noroi is the better version of the Paranormal activity, less drama and more of an actual scare. Plus it isn't as flairy as other movies in the horror department but let me tell you this, the afterthoughts and ideas it will give you will haunt you deeply especially at night."

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