Tragedy Tourism: Aokigahara
Over the Halloween weekend, I went to the movie theater for the first time since I’ve returned from Tokyo. Crimson Peak, the new del Toro “horror” movie was actually more of a period drama more than anything, which I would like if I intended to see a period drama. Even so, I did enjoy the costumes and my date was interesting enough that I could always look over to him whenever the screen started to bore me. However this post isn’t about that movie as much as it is about one of the trailers that came before it.
There was this trailer for a new horror film starring Natalie Dormer called “The Forest.” Ok, I really like her in Game of Thrones. It’s about her trying to find her twin, when she feels like something is wrong with her “twinometer.” Creepy twins… it’s a little cliche but otherwise inoffensive. Then it shows her going to Japan to find her sister and she recruits a rugged American...
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