My latest Asian film was “Kakashi”. I bought this one for $15. it is put out by Universe (www.u333.com) is widescreen and has a trailer as an extra. This film is not in the same league as the “classics” of the Asian theater (audition, freezer etc) but it stands up against US efforts to make the same type of thing. Actually, this comes across more like a TV episode of some mystery show. We have a missing brother, a sister who is searching for him, and a strange. Possessed village – will she find her bother? Will they save his lover? What is going on I the village? Unlike some Asian films that had me engrossed at several levels (great film making, cultural differences etc) this one runs pretty straight. We have some strange architecture, but nothing much beyond that. It takes place in a single location (the village) so there is not much variation in the location. And there are no city scenes. So it feels like a smaller film. All in all – Steven King must have thought about writing something like this. This is not a “Gosh, this is brilliant!” movie experience, but it was entertaining, and I am glad I have it in my collection. If you are just getting into Asian horror, then this should probably be a little way down your list. But at some time, pick it up for a good 90 minutes entertainment. Ps: The transfer was only “quite good” – artifacts exist, blacks are a bit washed out.