Originally posted on Scarina's Scary Vault of Scariness:

I had to cleanse my brain-palate from the mess that was Bell From Hell so I took a break from movies for awhile. Then I watched Harold and Maude, which was excellent but not very scary. Now I’m back with Audition (1999) by Takashi Miike.
I never write about a movie immediately after I watch it. I usually give myself a day to digest. Plus, I find getting screencaps to be very boring and I like to put that off. But I just really had to share the awesomeness that was Audition RIGHT NOW. There may be spoilers ahead.
As the movie started I was captured by the soft, beautiful light and dreamy music. Unfortunately, it’s part of a sad scene. Shigeharu Aoyama’s (Ryu Ishibashi) wife has just died as his son, Shigehiko (Tetsu Sawaki) has come to visit.
Seven years later, Shigehiko encourages his father to date again…

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I like scary movies a little too much. I thought I'd share my obsession with you.
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