It is very creepy. I like the teeth and eyes. It gives stalker-ish feeling, like he is watching you getting ready for his next move. I enjoy the colors, the red stands out and makes it more prone to look into his eyes, making you have a shiver up your back. The background makes you think he might be on your house, or close by. The shadows are amazing and give it a like like image. Under the left eye it seems like there is blood ready to come out from the pain of his past. Over all the picture is amazing!
I absolutely love this. If I saw this in a Haunted House (because I LOVE Haunted Houses) my throat would get sore from screaming "Oh my God" repeatedly. The divinity and detail of this fascinating to my eyes. I could see this being in a classic or phenomenal drama or some sort of horror film. To me, it's like a perfect mixture of the Slender Man and Jeff the Killer. Absolutely brilliant and well put and coordinated. The perfect lines and coloring and detail of the eyes and teeth are mind-blowing. Absolutely fantastic, darling. I applaud you for more. =3
This remakewill be better thanthe original. In the originaltoo littleshocking scenes,hestill moreas a work of art. Andin this version- nothing more , purelyentertainmentsadistsover their victims. Andit's cool.
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Thanks for the information ; I had no idea that this saga had continuations in the West. The youtube link is blocked , so I looked for another and I found the trailer www.kaotic.com/43360_Other-Vid… .html . Do not think there are less shocking scenes in the original is a real problem ; in my opinion, the horror of this kind of film does not lie in the component of blood or viscera shown as three feelings : 1) that such executioners exist and are not crazy, but normal sane and rational to act as a hobby or business ; someone you could you know (remember that in Guinea Pig II , the Ripper behaves as a collector of art objects showing their work, and gives the whole movie a total air of intimacy thanks to the bill home video makeshift without plans or some choreography (never understood the need of costume samurai, perhaps to give alxecutor highlight ; the skull of satanic ram left over here, it seems as if the players were afraid to be recognized and captured , or shamed foulbrood are doing and need justification , or as if they tried to judge how evil that they do) . 2) that being chosen as a victim is presented as a fact not impossible, and it shows how easy it is to be plundered (remember that there is a scene chase/survillance/ambush prior to execution ) 3) it appears, by defragmenting the body, the physical basis devoid of any dignity (maybe you know the sculptures based on the technique of plastination of Gunther von Hagens ) . Note that in Guinea Pig II , to victims of drug (or you do not want to suffer , or do not want to get mixed or shout ) .
Think moreover, that if you neglect these 3 aspects (sanity, vulnerability and fear of not being special) and you spend with bloody scenes , then a horror film can get changed into something really funny. Think about why they work so splendidly as comedy Braindead , Evil Dead , Reanimator or cartoon series "Happy Tree Friends " . And this in the best case ; at worst you may find that you have a tasteless medical documentary. Goodbye evoking the emotion of terror.
And a fourth aspect doesn't be neglected. And the viewer is confronted with the fact be having a great time watching the movie and it makes he fears himself , seeing that the executor is not a better or worse person as the viewer (think of the disturbing scene Ferris wheel in the Third man by Carol Reed, or at the scene of the purchase of the Magnum pistol in Taxi-driver ) , you're recording it to make money or because it is his hobby ; I think it is important that the viewer gets to some form of identification with the executor ; may flee from others, but try to be always self becomes maddening.
There is some coke and popcorn movie in this remake ...