Rinne (Reincarnation)
Rinne (Reincarnation) (2006)

Grudge director Takeshi Shimizu returns to tell this tale of a film crew that descends upon a hotel that was once the scene of a vicious killing spree, only to find that the horrors of the past have a malevolent means of manifesting… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: November 17, 2006
DVD Release Date: March 27, 2007
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Takes too many liberties with the meaning of reincarnation--making it into a gross literal reality.

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Steve Biodrowski

Shimizu's prodigious talent as a scare-master are still on display, so the film features a handful of virtuoso sequences.

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Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Sem conseguir criar o clima de inquietação exigido pelo roteiro, Shimizu não percebe sequer a falta de personalidade da fotografia de seu filme, comprovando mesmo ser um sub-Hideo Nakata.

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Nicki Marie
Can be confusing if you don't pay attention, but some real scares in this one. I jumped a few times! Japanese horrors with creepy ass kids and spooky… More
Drew Smith
On the whole, I think the best American directors are more talented than the best Japanese ones, but Japanese directors know how to make more out of less. Their… More
Robert C
No perfect...but one of the best that I've seen from the "Films To DIe For" series.
Steve K
Easier to respect than to enjoy, the film is all about atmosphere and not shocks. As such, a lot of the creepiness is telegraphed way ahead of time.
Greg S
An actress is haunted by visions of a young girl, then finds herself cast in the role of the real-life murder victim who is haunting her. Atmospheric J-horror… More
Jesse Ortega
Wasn't really expecting this film to be much, and in some ways it wasn't much, but it also surpassed what I would've expected going into it.… More