As a rule I love J-Horror however somewhat surprisingly The Grudge is the exception to that rule. 2002’s Ju-On: The Grudge, which although the third in the series was the first to be shown outside of Japan, did have some spectacular scares but for me the story was far too random and nonsensical to really […]
Although J-Horror dominated the late 90’s and early 00’s Japan actually has a rich history of supernatural cinema and one of the most beautiful and brilliant films from its past is Kwaiden.
I had heard of the cult classic Japanese movie House in hushed tones and wicked whispers but nothing could prepare me for the sheer insanity of this horror comedy that is both hilarious and horrifying in equal measure.
Watching Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s outstanding Japanese horror movie Pulse 16 years after it was initially released the most shocking thing is both how far forward technology has advanced and yet how tragically relevant the movies message still is.
Indie Movies Online are proud to have starting next week (and available ongoing) a fantastic, new selection of fresh J-Horror titles. There are some killer films here and many of them have only very recently been released.