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Katasumi / In A Corner:

Katasumi / In A Corner:

Katasumi / In A Corner:

"Katasumi" 1998 Japanese horror short film directed by Takashi Shimizu. It is part of a prequel to the Ju-on movies and part of the "Gakk˘ no Kaidan G" TV anthology.

In a Corner/Katasumi begins with two Japanese schoolgirls (revealed to be Kanna and Hisayo in the first Ju-On film) who are caring for their school's rabbits....

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anon (11/26/2008 @ 7:11 pm)
that kid gets around.
Scarpia (12/3/2008 @ 6:54 am)
Man how big is this story? Interesting as usual.
Scarprincess (12/27/2008 @ 7:08 pm)
Wtf?! O.o
Ryuuken (1/19/2009 @ 12:54 am)
Dont waste your time, not worth it...
Rachel (1/19/2009 @ 2:04 am)
That was really funny! I\'m sorry but it was so low budget it was hilarious!
Sam (3/20/2009 @ 12:44 pm)
Kayako strikes again!!!
Love Takako Fuji, the role is her inside and out. I couldn\'t imagine actually dating that girl. She\'s cute as hell without her Kayako make-up, but still, waking up to her face in the morning, or worse waking in the middle of the night, eeeeekkk!!! She\'s a scary chick...
Imagineclever (3/27/2009 @ 12:03 am)
*Not bad for a short to a prequel.
who_leo (4/6/2009 @ 10:59 pm)
short but sweet
Amanda (4/13/2009 @ 4:35 am)
lol man that was terrible.
Carly (5/30/2009 @ 6:35 am)
Wow, that girl was NOT scared enough.
bijyiu (6/18/2009 @ 1:57 pm)
what the hell was this O________O not scary at all
Aoi Neko (7/4/2009 @ 7:24 am)
No, not scary. But they really couldn\'t be all that scary as 4-minute shorts. At that length, they\'re almost throwaways.

But still, I\'m glad I saw them, because they really do sort of prefigure Juon, sort of like a doodled preliminary sketch of what will end up a good painting. And the sort of thing that makes me glad for sites like this and for Internet video, because otherwise they\'d be available only on one particular edition of one of the DVD\'s.
Kintai (7/5/2009 @ 5:40 am)
Seems like the girl from Ringu at first.

Was the girl with the ears in the girl band SPEED?
Marshie (7/15/2009 @ 6:39 am)

These are the first 2 short films which Shimizu directed before he was chosen to write/direct the full Ju-on films. If it wasn\'t for this two, there wouldn\'t be the kickass Ju-on sequels! Besides, these are also segments in the first movie--the segments which explain happened to both Tsuyoshi and Kanna.

JenniferLoni (7/29/2009 @ 10:38 pm)
ok to pass some time.
JadeMoon (8/25/2009 @ 3:44 am)
I had watched this a while back, then I downloaded some eps of the Ju-On television series and I was like \"ohhh i remember those girls!\". You get to find out exactly what happened to them in Ju-On ep1. Not a pretty fate let me tell you.
Haiti PI (9/14/2009 @ 11:06 am)
I am still very puzzled here. I had assumed that most of the viewers were fans of Horror and Asian Horror In Particular. But all I see is constant low ball criticisms like \'That didn\'t Scare me\' (Well, unless you\'re 6 years old it shouldn\'t. It\'s a movie Ding Dong! or, \'that was low budget\' Well, so as NOTLD, Evil Dead, or basically All Horror Movies. Most Asian Movies never see a budget of US$5 Million. The 100 Million Blockbuster is not an Asian Concept, so quit watching if you want big buck movies. This little short was great
Curt (9/17/2009 @ 7:18 pm)
Is Kayako played by Takako Fuji here? If not, then it looks just like her. I couldn\'t stand that they changed her with someone else in the American Grudge 3.
Luna PenDragon (10/2/2009 @ 4:18 pm)
there\'s sound....but no picture!!! HELP! Is it just my computer or is it broken??
Sada?? Plz Help!
momo (11/3/2009 @ 5:26 pm)
I only hear the sound as well, damnnn~
anyone help?
momo again (11/3/2009 @ 5:27 pm)
oh now it suddenly works..
sorry, nevermind! :3
LouLou4u (2/14/2010 @ 7:16 am) short for me! 4/10
Roger (6/1/2010 @ 2:19 am)
"Do NOT mess with me, I have a TROWEL."
Tosh (7/23/2010 @ 8:47 pm)
Today's lesson is: Always wear gloves when you work with rabbits, kids. Even the smallest injuries can attract japanese ghosts.
asianhorrorfan (8/28/2010 @ 7:25 pm)
One thing this doesn't show is why that one girl loses her lower jaw. I'm curious about that. It never gets explained.