Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Eye 3|
Actors: Isabella Leong, Bo-lin Chen, Bongkoj Khongmalai, Kate Yeung, Ray MacDonald
Directors: Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror
Some believe that our world is one of many, that our existence is merely an intersection between countless dimensions - known and unknown. We run into strangers we don't see, hear tunes we don't hear. Most of us remain ign... more »
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got fangs | ewa beach, hi | 08/09/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Eye 3 was not as scary as the previous 2 but still it was creepy even with the comedy involved. Didn't understand how the beginning scene interlaced with the rest of the movie. Asian horror fans can't miss this one, I gave it a 4/5."
This is a remarketed title in wave of the recent "Eye" craze
adore_asian_films | WI, USA | 07/28/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is a remarketed title due to the recent craze of the movie, the Eye, thanks to the relentless bad American remakes of good Asian horror. This movie was originally called The Eye 10. This movie came out quite a while ago and techniclaly it is the third installment of the "Eye" series. I am a huge fan of Asain horror, including The Eye and The Eye 2 (The originals of course). However, the Eye 10 has had such terrible reviews I could not bring myself to spend any money on it. If it ever shows up on cable as a free movie, I would try to watch it just to see how bad it really is. I think it is crazy that this movie was retitled for Americans (even though it is not an American movie and has not been remade, make no mistake that this was renamed for the benefits of the Americans through Lionsgate to cash in on the recent aforementioned popularity). If you want a proper review of the Eye 3, google the Eye 10 and read (and weep) all about it!"
A Pretty Good Horror Comedy
Jessica's Bookshelf | Richardson, Texas USA | 08/31/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The Eye 3 (sometimes marketed as The Eye 10) is drastically different in tone from the previous two films. It's a horror comedy about a group of bored teenagers who spend the summer trying to contact the other side. Though some of the ghost scenes are genuinely creepy, much of the slapstick comedy is purile. None of the characters from the previous films appear or are referenced in this one.
Fans of the first two Eye films should not expect to see a similar thriller when they purchase this video. If you are the type of horror fan who can see the humor in a breakdancing ghoul, and if you can forgive a few fart jokes, then you might enjoy The Eye 3.