Ekusute (Exte: Hair Extensions)
Ekusute (Exte: Hair Extensions) (2007)

Chiaki Kuriyama (Kill Bill, Vol. 1) and prolific character actor Ren Osugi (Nightmare Detective) star in Suicide Club director Sion Sono's alternately satirical and terrifying tale of hirsute horror. Yuko (Kuriyama) is a eager… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: February 9, 2007
DVD Release Date: August 26, 2008
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Wesley Morris
Boston Globe

This Japanese horror movie is weirder than anything life could offer.

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Donald J. Levit
ReelTalk Movie Reviews

With fewer possible resolutions than recent J-horror ringtones and video cassettes, 'Exte: Hair Extensions' goes nowhere surprising.

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Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out

No amount of absurdity -- and this film delivers plenty -- can clip the essential enjoyments of Sion Sono's hair-horror flick, about haunted extensions that strangle their style-obsessed victims to death.

Nick Pinkerton
Village Voice

An erratic J-horror fable.

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JY Skacto
Sion Sono's <i>Exte: Hair Extensions</i> provides a second guessing of using hair extensions. In that regards, this film is a… More
Kylie B
With Asian horror's slight obsession with the hair of wronged women, this film was bound to be created. As long as you don't take it too seriously… More
Drew Smith
Oh my God, Sion Sono, how do I feel about you? I'm so confused. What an unpredictable director he is - I can't find much information about Exte on the… More
Anthony Valletta
One of the reasons I appreciate Japanese cinema is because of films such as this. Twisted, original and some good scares. Something this far out there could… More
Emily Armstrong
I was a little disappointed by this film; I thought it could have been way scarier and creepier than it was. The imagery of long creeping black hair is really… More
Christopher Brown
Good film that mixes 2 J-horror staples. The serious minded ghost film and the wacky over the top "anything goes" film. Very entertaining and really… More