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Corpse Party DVD

3.5 star rating out of 5
2 Reviews
SKU: 814131011497

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About Corpse Party DVD

Horror Movie Lesson Number One: if you want to stay in touch with your friends, performing a binding ceremony on the grounds of a school that was demolished after a series of horrific murders may not be a great idea.

Otherwise, as a group of Japanese teens quickly learn to their horror, the simple ritual may open a doorway to an otherworldly dimension where the infamous Heavenly Host High still exists, and the demonic occupants within seek to redecorate the gore-soaked and carnage-strewn halls with a new set of bloody corpses. 

Now, it's a brutal education in supernatural survival as the students fight both the resident spirits and each other, where the odds of graduating alive, let alone in one piece, are sliced shorter and shorter with every heart-pounding second. Japan's ultra-violent videogame and anime phenomenon becomes a shocking live action feature film as hell is unleashed at the CORPSE PARTY!

Special Features: Scene Select, Corpse Party Trailer.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: SWITCHBLADE PICTURES
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Horror
  • Themes: Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 94
  • Release Date: 9/27/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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Ratings & Reviews

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3 star rating out of 5

Will we ever have a proper Corpse Party adaption?

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After the abysmal that is the Corpse Party OVA, I had to say I had hope that this adaption done by Switchblade would be a well executed adaption of the Corpse Party we all know and love.

However, I was left disappointed with the fast pacing and the horrendous acting. Rina Ikoma, who made her debut performance playing Naomi in Corpse Party can't act to save her life. While I feel horrible for insulting a newbie actor, I was appalled by the fact that she doesn't know how to fake a cry.

The special effects were good for Japan's standards, and the blood and gore were impressive to say the least.

I was a bit saddened by the overall setting, and the lighting was also done quite poorly.

Giving this movie a 3/5 since the disc itself came in superb edition, and anything Corpse Party is welcomed to my collection.

4 star rating out of 5

Creepy and entertaining enough to make this decent

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I’m not too familiar with the games or the books, but I have seen the 2013 anime and thought it was pretty decent. This movie adapts the same storyline and as a live action adaptation, it ain’t bad. The plot is easy to follow, it doesn’t drag on, and the acting was fairly good. The cg and practical effects can look a bit off, but you can say it adds to the experience. As a horror movie, it has a nice creepy atmosphere that doesn’t rely on jump scares to be scary. And the ending scene still gets me as a horrific and interesting way to end a movie. I’d recommend this one if you enjoyed any of the other adaptations or enjoy Japanese horror films.