Directed by : Takeshi Shirakawa
subject : Maijō Ootarō
screenplay : It was Itaru, Fujiira Hisako
Photography : Nakabori Masao
Sound: Ogawara Masaru
Running Time: 92 mins
Release Date: August 21, 2010
Since childhood, Sugina (Aibu Saki) is attracted by the ghosts and has a certain taste to frighten his fellow Takashi games (Yuta Hiraoka). After twenty years we find Sugina that keeps trying to conjure up the ghosts in a university laboratory, convinced that the fear that the emotions that a person feels when he is afraid, if properly used can materialize ghosts. To this end, he is forcing Tomokazu, a student in love with her (Mizobata Junpei), to shut themselves up in a box she built and to grant each experiment. The experiment seems to fail but if Sugina meets Takashi, became a horror writer of success, and his assistant (Chiaki Kuriyama). The four repeated the experiment in a haunted house ….
The director Takeshi Shirakawa, after directing some television drama, debuted in filmmaking with what would be a horror teen comedy. More than a genre, is the mixture of three kinds, where the horror is watered down and “teen comedy” is intended as a passport to the most trivial nonsense. Special Effects manufactured home, murderous dolls, no body armor, magicians coming down from heaven unite in the mission impossible to stir some excitement but do not make it.
Aibu Saki ( Onnatachi wa nest asobu , Golden Slumber )
wastes his innate sensuality, while Kuriyama Chiaki confirms its inconsistency outside of delusions (and is not a compliment) Tarantino. Mizobata Junpei ( Kimi ga odoru, natsu , Halfway ) has nothing more to offer than its round-faced actor “cute.”