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Spiral (Uzumaki)
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Spiral (Uzumaki)

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The movie centers on the inhabitants of a small Japanese town who become increasingly obsessed with and tormented by spirals. This abstract concept manifests in grotesque ways, such as a teenager's long hair beginning to curl and take over her mind, or a corpse wound around itself.
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Film Threat
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January 15, 2004

Mostly the film creates an infectious feeling of apprehension that slowly crawls up your spine.
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Chicago Reader
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April 18, 2007

Adapted from a horror comic by Junji Ito, this debut feature from Japanese music-video director Higuchinsky begins eerily but doesn't take long to descend into silliness.
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New York Post

May 01, 2002

At some point, all this visual trickery stops being clever and devolves into flashy, vaguely silly overkill.
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews
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November 03, 2002

Special effects can be tastefully managed even on a shoestring budget, but here they are merely ludicrous.
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Combustible Celluloid
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June 03, 2006

A brilliant horror film with an original idea and style to spare.
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Variety

February 11, 2010

Pic duly places less emphasis on narrative than on the sort of surreal set pieces that might have worked better in the graphic-novel form.
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Chicago Tribune

October 03, 2002

Gussied up with so many distracting special effects and visual party tricks that it's not clear whether we're supposed to shriek or laugh.
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Rue Morgue Magazine

May 01, 2004

'Uzumaki is a masterfully rendered living portrait of warped, apocalyptic art...'
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eye WEEKLY
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August 26, 2002

Eerie and slimy enough to give Tim Burton nightmares, Uzumaki is a superb piece of fantasy cinema.
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Hollywood Reporter

May 15, 2002

Ultimately the, yes, snail-like pacing and lack of thematic resonance make the film more silly than scary, like some sort of Martha Stewart decorating program run amok.
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Nitrate Online
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September 09, 2002

Succumb to its creepy charms, and you'll never see inner-ear anatomy diagrams, umbrellas, or escargot in quite the same way. You might even hand over laundry chores to someone else.
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Seattle Times
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July 12, 2002

Required viewing for horror fans, Japanese-cult-cinema fans, and anyone who digs settling in for an unsettling David Lynch evening.
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