Horror Case Files: One Missed Call (2003)

Yumi taking a callOne Missed Call

Not to be mistaken from the american remake in 2008. The One Missed Call series is called Chakunshin Ari and started in Japan, which was actually based on a novel by the same name. Too scared to watch it? The Horror Case Files reveal the background story, kill count, most creative kill, the killer(s), and what happened to the killer(s). WARNING! SPOILERS if you continue.

Story

A phone call that leaves a voice message of the peron’s last words before he or she dies.

Kill Count

4 people

Most Creative Kill

Someone’s head twisted off.

The Killer(s)

It’s a curse that a little girl named Mimiko is the cause of. Mimiko tortured her little sister, but would give her a piece of hard candy to supposedly make everything better. One day their mom caught Mimiko with a knife in her hand and her little sister was cut. The mom grabbed the sister and rushed to the hospital, while leaving Mimiko left to die when she suffered a bad asthma attack.

What Happened to the Killers

Mimiko possesses the main character Yumi and found a new person to torture, which turns out to be Hiroshi, a detective which was investigating the curse. So, the detective who was in the hospital takes the placc of Mimiko’s new torture mate.
Marie's haunting

Horror Case Files Verdict

If you watched Japanese Horror movies, this is nothing new, but the execution wasn’t bad. Even if you didn’t watch a Japanese Horror movie, this would not be the first I would reccomend. It would be Ringu. The parts that weighs this down, it’s very cliche in this genre and doesn’t try anything new break it away from the other movies. You can miss this call.

Random Info I got from this File:
  • If a baby in a jar ends up in your hands, throw it in the air
  • Beware of eye holes
  • If you are cursed, go to a reality show for help
File Status: 5 out of 10
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Graphic designer by day, and movie blogger whenever I can. Been watching films in the 80s and never lost the love for it. Started Movie Case Files in 2012, and kept writing random reviews ever since. Besides movies, I like watching UFC, collecting retro video games, spending time with the wife, and bacon.

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