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Hausu(1977)

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  • Definitely Different

    • Gregg Hill
    • 3/18/12

    As someone whose experience of Japanese movies has mainly consisted of giant monsters (when young) and Kurosawa ( when older) this horror-comedy was quite a departure. With the so uniquely Japanese schoolgirl uniforms, nicknames (we never hear the proper names) for all the young ladies, and wild and wooly visual style and effects, this could be a live action version of "Sailor Moon" except that there are no Europeans, and unfortunately for the girls no super powers to help them. For lovers of Japanese cinema this is not to be missed, and for fans of horror and especially horror-comedy ditto. Not particularly scary but for its off-kilter approach definitely worth seeing.

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