Hallways are overlooked, walked straight through, and generally taken for granted. Not here.
We look at the history of this series and its presence in popular culture.
Not schlocky enough to be fun and not unnerving enough to be a genuine fright.
An assortment of nuanced stories, everyday characters and sometimes-uncomfortable food for thought.
A mostly good time, until it becomes clear that the set-up could only maintain its stamina for so long.
A remarkably sophisticated effort from the writer-director of ‘A Single Man’.
The ‘Old Boy’ director scores yet again.
There’s good reason why this is, so far, the third most successful Japanese film in history.
Somehow, the very worst chapter of the lot.