Overall Rank: 4049
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 58
Theatrical Release Date: 06/06/2003
Genre: Horror, Drama
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Oxide Pang Chun, Danny Pang
Actors: Angelica Lee, Lawrence Chou, Chutcha Rujinanon, Yut Lai So, Candy Lo, Yin Ping Ko
Plot: A blind girl receives a cornea transplant and suddenly can see the world. Soon, however, she begins to see ghostly images, some of which are anything but friendly. She and a doctor begin to track down just who her new eyes came from.
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Billie - wrote on 03/09/2009
A movie worth seeing if you like a plot in a horror film. Not the remake with Jessica Alba, that one sucked.
Junoverse611 - wrote on 06/18/2008
Yes, another remake of a Japanese horror movie, like the Ring, and the Grudge, however, don't expect to be scared at this one. It's so hard to find movies that are genuinely scary- the Shining, the Ring, The Sixth Sense, even the Grudge- now, those were scary. But then you get the lame ones like this one, and One Missed Call. So basically, Jessica Alba plays a blind girl who gets a cornea transplant, and then begins seeing "creepy" things that the girl before her saw. I took my nine year old sister to see this movie, who has barely even seen a scary movie before, and even she was not that scared. Scary movies are supposed to scare you- and this just doesn't cut it.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 07/16/2007
If you like horror that creeps up around you and atmosphere over spurts of blood, then the Pang Brother's The Eye is the horror film for you. A twist on the Sixth Sense, this none-the-less has its own style, and a it's truly a find.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 04/02/2012
A young woman blinded as a little girl has an operation to restore her sight only to be haunted by ghostly apparitions and images of a black clad stranger. The Sixth Sense gets the J- horror treatment in this inventive Korean chiller. The premise is an interesting one and there are some very creative and effective visuals from the Pang brothers, although they are on occasion guilty of over egging it a little. The biggest problem with it is its schizophrenic nature; the first half has some genuinely chilling moments, particularly when she first regains her sight but half way through it changes tack and decides to be a supernatural thriller, and this part does not work half as well. Still, some of the imagery is brilliantly done and there are a couple of excellent scenes but it does not …
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