Living Hell: A Japanese Chainsaw Massacre (2004) Horror Movie Review
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Bound to a wheelchair, life has been difficult for poor Yasu (Hirohito Honda of Battle Royale). His mother has vanished, his father and brother think he’s crazy, and his sister shelters him from the outside world. But Yasu has yet to experience the true meaning of torture until new relatives mysteriously move in. Labeled “The Japanese Chainsaw Massacre” (minus the chainsaws) by fans, director Shugo Fujii has fashioned a mysterious horror film with stylish sequences that pay homage to directors Brian De Palma and Alfred Hitchcock. Filled with moments of sheer terror, Living Hell joins ranks alongside Ringu (The Ring) and Ju-On (The Grudge) as a masterpiece of modern Asian horror.
About Living Hell: A Japanese Chainsaw Massacre (2004)
Starring: Sei Hiraizumi, Hirohito Honda, Noboru Mitani, Naoko Mori (II), Umitarou Nozaki
Runtime: 104 minutes