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MarebitoA cameraman (Shin'ya Tsukamoto) who is obsessed with fear brings a blood-drinking woman (Tomomi Miyashita) back from a nether world of Tokyo. He then becomes a serial killer draining the blood of his victims to nurse the woman.
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Directors of "Marebito"Takashi ShimizuBirthdate: 27 July 1972, Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Creators of "Marebito"Chiaki KonakaBirthdate: 4 April 1961, Tokyo, Japan
Critic Reviews of "Marebito"Seattle TimesFebruary 03, 2006
The gloppy sound effects are so over-the-top, they invite laughter, and the bloodsucking scenes are allowed to become absurdly repetitious.Boston GlobeFebruary 03, 2006
It's actually a pretty lousy thriller.Hollywood ReporterDecember 30, 2005
Marebito is a disturbing supernatural drama that leaves a sour taste in the mouth.Los Angeles TimesDecember 09, 2005
Marebito is no conventional vampire movie but a speculation into the notion that ancient people could sense alien beings in their midst.Newark Star-LedgerDecember 09, 2005
And if the trip doesn't have the clear-cut directions of a Hollywood film, it has all the ideas -- and cold, unsettling flights of fantasy -- of a nightmare, where faceless people look and look and look, but never see.New York TimesDecember 09, 2005
For Japanese horror aficionados only, and even they are likely to be underwhelmed by this stew of half-baked ideas and creepy sensations.Reel Film ReviewsJanuary 27, 2013
An almost stunningly incompetent piece of work...Boston PhoenixApril 23, 2009
It neither musters the campy horror of Ju-on nor follows through on its art-house potential.ESplatterJuly 12, 2008
It is far from a completely successful experiment, but it does create something with a unique enough identity to be worth exploring.Film ThreatMay 22, 2007
As creepy as it is frustrating.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsFebruary 20, 2007
It drops names such as Madame Blavatsky for gravitas, but has as little to do with theosophy as a Westerner has to do with chopsticks.Combustible CelluloidMarch 16, 2006
[An] atmospheric, hypnotic digital video wonder.
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