Creepy
Kurîpî: Itsuwari no rinjin

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Susie

Disappointing, and doens't make sense. A lot of unanswered questions, etc.

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David

Lost interest mid way through the movie as I am not sure where the plot is leading to and just fast forwarded to the end.

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Kimberly

Just when you think you know everything, they masterfully twist it on you.

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Dylan

Who knew plastic wrap could be terrifying?! Horror fans know that Japan is producing the most innovative films in this genre, and "Creepy" is no exception. This psychological thriller about family discord is sure to shock and surprise. It all comes together at the end.

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