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Boogiepop Phantom Vol. 2 back to product details

Walking that fine line between bewilderment and horrific suspense
written by hneline1 December 6, 2002 - 7:31 PM PST
5 out of 6 members found this review helpful
What characterized the episodes on this disk to me was an edgy confusion -- now we meet more and more characters to whom weird events happen, and there may or may not be sufficient hints to tease out answers. Scenes and people that weren't explained in previous episodes suddenly have great significance, and I'm left to sulk over how bad my memory is (yes, you may want to have all four disks available when you watch this series, unlike me who returned volume 1 already).

What I find amazing is that this series continues to walk that fine line between bewilderment and horrific suspense so well -- although I'm confused, I'm enjoying my confusion as I try to figure out this complicated puzzle while being freaked out by the ghosts and demented people. This series is not for everyone but if you mysteries and psychosis, this second volume will not disappoint you.


(Average 7.11)
152 Votes
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