A fear-obsessed freelance cameraman investigates an urban legend involving mysterious spirits that haunt the subways of Tokyo.

A 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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Marebito torrent reviews

Ronnie S (us) wrote: Fuck ... Jeg har set en del fede film p det seneste, men dette ... Dette var et fucking MESTERV?RK!! En af de fedeste film jeg nogensinde har set, og jo, det mener jeg satme serist! Norsk animationsfilm om en cirkuselefant der har 7 kilo heroin indopereret i rven, stjlet fra den russiske mafia, og som er afhngig af speed og hash, men ender med at finde en sand ven i en elg. GENIALT!!!!

Katie A (nl) wrote: See it. That's all you really need to know.

Rodney E (us) wrote: Jamie Lee was one hell of a scream queen with Johnny Carpenter but stuff like this and Prom Night weren't very good.I'll watch it if it's ever on TV because it's one of those which I always forgot who the killer was.

Timothy J (ag) wrote: Classic musical of the era. We seemed to be fascinated by little British kids in the late '60'. This one starred a kid who would star in the Show H.R. Puff n' Stuff in the early 1970's.

Randy M (au) wrote: Perfect. Satisfyingly thrilling/disturbing and profound. Kept me on the edge of my seat.

Gerard C (nl) wrote: A riveting psychological thriller from the 1930's-----spellbinding scenes and special effects for its time.

Elolo N (br) wrote: This has to be one of the worst movies ever made...

Francisco L (ca) wrote: The way that Spike Jonze choosed to approach this theme is really thankfully strange, and so Being John Malkovich could be a refreshing and original addition to its genre, however its jokes are far to be funny, it has lack of interest and the script should be more solid than it is.

Laurel S (au) wrote: Not in the top 10. But I guess its okay.

John C (mx) wrote: What an incredible ride.