An insurance salesman turns his life into a hellish nightmare by answering a phone call.
I must admit this was the first "horror" movie I saw in a theater, and I was on the edge of my seat--that is until I just couldn't help laughing any longer. This isn't one of those movies where you throw your bag of pop-corn at the character on-screen who just decides to go check out what that screaking noise could possibly have been. You just laugh at the guy and his contorted expression, and when he decides to hang around longer in the killer's house while scaring himself silly--you just have to laugh at him!
Whether intended or not, this effect made the movie a very enjoyable experience, and the movie also has one of the best *SPOILER* make-out-scene-editing that I have ever seen--no nudity.
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A meek agent at the Showa Life Insurance company receives a phone call from a customer who says that she's planning to commit suicide and wants to know if her policy will pay out. Concerned about her safety, the agent visits her house only to find that her young son has hanged himself. As he investigates further, more and more people connected with this family start having "accidents," and if he's not careful, he might be next.
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