An appetite to die for…
What They Say:
Amid news reports of “Ghoul” attacks nearby, Ken Kaneki points out Rize, a girl he is interested in, to his friend Hide at a local coffee shop. When Kaneki discovers the two share a favorite author, he asks her out. However, their date ends in tragedy!
The Review: Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
Horror is nothing something that is easily done, in my opinion. On one extreme, you have psychological horror; fear, paranoida, hallucinations, and you never feel safe. Is the door really locked? Did you remember to lock your windows? Does it matter if you did both of those things? And the other extreme, is rain of gore blood torrents and viscera being thrown around the screen like cooking ingredients are on a cooking show. Body parts, fountains of blood, and no matter what you do, how much fire power you have – you’re eventually going to be turned into a lifeless puddle at the hands of the monster.