The Brothers XPants (as Octopunk affectionately referred to them) reviewed this psychological Japanese horror film in 2005. I watched it last weekend and I won't ever look at a burlap sack the same way again.
|It's filled with delicious marshmallows.|
|This guy couldn't hurt a fly if it was wielding a machete and sporting face paint a la Braveheart.|
This one is definitely for the keeping, and worth seeking out other work the director and stars have been in. Audition was great because I was intrigued during the "boring" bits and once weird crap starts happening you care about the characters enough to attempt to make sense of it all. I distinctly remember stealing JSP's popcorn during the climax because it was that captivating.