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Double Feature | Year 5 (2013)
The Eye films 1-5. Ghost stories. No Indian remake of The Eye. A big announcement from Double Feature – then, another announcement from Double Feature! Revisiting the historic Edgewater Beach Hotel. The Panic Room. What Killapalooza is about. The Eye. The Pang Brothers. The Chinese culture divide. Subtle treatment of ghosts. Unexpected types of suspense and horror. Sight. Making someone doubt their senses. Seeing for the first time. What do we really know about China? The Eye 2 walks it off. Why explain something if everyone’s already aware of it? The horror of what’s always been. The last necessary birth scene has already been filmed. Ghost drama. Putting the ghost shoe on the other foot. The Eye 3: The Eye 10: Is this even The Eye? Road maps and attention spans. A list of fables to try at home. The 2008 American remake of The Eye. American remakes of recent horror films. Remakes do not ruin the original. What the United States did with the Chinese source. Spontaneous Double Feature generation. The Child’s Eye – clearly part of The Eye franchise. What is this series about? Anxiously waiting for confirmation. The special abilities of children and dogs. Dog boys. Ghost dogs. Ghost Minecraft dog boys. A crack at 3D! Animal reaction shots. Cellular Memory pseudoscience.
00:07:04 The Eye
00:23:06 The Eye 2
00:34:04 The Eye 10
00:44:11 The Eye (2008)
00:59:16 The Child’s Eye
01:11:36 Next Time
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Killapalooza 18: The Eye
Released: May 9, 2002
Runtime: 99 min | IMDB | Wikipedia
Director: Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun
Writer: Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun, Jojo Hui Yuet-Chun
Starring: Angelica Lee, Lawrence Chou, Chutcha Rujinanon
A blind concert violinist gets a cornea transplant allowing her to see again. However, she gets more than she bargained for when she realizes her new eye can see ghosts. She sets out to find the origins of the cornea and discover the fate of its former host.