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    Spiral (Uzumaki)

    The movie centers on the inhabitants of a small Japanese town who become increasingly obsessed with and tormented by spirals.聽This abstract concept manifests in grotesque ways, such as a teenager's long hair beginning to curl and take over her mind, or a corpse wound around itself.
    Duration: 90 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2000
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "Spiral (Uzumaki)"

  • Directors of "Spiral (Uzumaki)"

    Higuchinsky. Director of Spiral (Uzumaki)
    Birthdate: 27 February 1969, Ukraine
  • Creators of "Spiral (Uzumaki)"

    Junji Ito. Director of Spiral (Uzumaki)
    Junji Ito
    Birthdate: 31 July 1963, Gifu, Japan
    Kengo Kaji. Director of Spiral (Uzumaki)
    Kengo Kaji
  • Critic Reviews of "Spiral (Uzumaki)"

    February 11, 2010

    Pic duly places less emphasis on narrative than on the sort of surreal set pieces that might have worked better in the graphic-novel form.

    Chicago Reader
    April 18, 2007

    Adapted from a horror comic by Junji Ito, this debut feature from Japanese music-video director Higuchinsky begins eerily but doesn't take long to descend into silliness.

    Chicago Tribune
    October 03, 2002

    Gussied up with so many distracting special effects and visual party tricks that it's not clear whether we're supposed to shriek or laugh.

    Seattle Times
    July 12, 2002

    Required viewing for horror fans, Japanese-cult-cinema fans, and anyone who digs settling in for an unsettling David Lynch evening.

    Hollywood Reporter
    May 15, 2002

    Ultimately the, yes, snail-like pacing and lack of thematic resonance make the film more silly than scary, like some sort of Martha Stewart decorating program run amok.

    New York Post
    May 01, 2002

    At some point, all this visual trickery stops being clever and devolves into flashy, vaguely silly overkill.

    Combustible Celluloid
    June 03, 2006

    A brilliant horror film with an original idea and style to spare.

    Rue Morgue Magazine
    May 01, 2004

    'Uzumaki is a masterfully rendered living portrait of warped, apocalyptic art...'

    Film Threat
    January 15, 2004

    Mostly the film creates an infectious feeling of apprehension that slowly crawls up your spine.

    ReelTalk Movie Reviews
    November 03, 2002

    Special effects can be tastefully managed even on a shoestring budget, but here they are merely ludicrous.

    Nitrate Online
    September 09, 2002

    Succumb to its creepy charms, and you'll never see inner-ear anatomy diagrams, umbrellas, or escargot in quite the same way. You might even hand over laundry chores to someone else.

    eye WEEKLY
    August 26, 2002

    Eerie and slimy enough to give Tim Burton nightmares, Uzumaki is a superb piece of fantasy cinema.

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