Hrm. I'm really curious about these two new Ju-On films. Reviews have been in the middle. Nobody seems to really like or dislike them either way. This is the type of thing that makes me want to consider Netflix.
Ju-on White Ghost Black Ghost has undeniably spooky elements, but this franchise may be nearing the end of its lifespan (deathspan?), at least for a while. White Ghost is suitably moody, though its denouement leaves a little to be desired, and while Black Ghost is also creepy at times, it plies a too often seen storyline to ever really get to really creepy levels. Both of these shorter outings work best when thought of almost as television movies, lo-fi works that don't really aim for the bleachers and which will satisfy when taken on their own limited terms. Both of these films look nice, if obviously glistening-smooth courtesy of their HD video sources, and the soundtracks are nicely detailed if not overwhelmingly immersive. If you're a fan of the Ju-on series, this Blu-ray is Recommended.