Apartment 1303 
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Japanese horror tale of a haunted high-rise block. When a young woman takes up residence on the 13th floor of an apartment block, she thinks she's fallen on her feet. Unfortunately for her, she soon wishes she had. As her boyfriend approaches the entrance, his attention is drawn to the top floor where he sees her screaming as she falls from the balcony. This chain of events is repeated with the next female resident, Sayaka, whose sister Mariko (Noriko Nakagoshi) begins to establish a pattern to the events. It transpires that a single mother and daughter, who shared an abusive relationship, once occupied the apartment. When the daughter, after years of abuse, finally snapped, she killed her mother, throwing herself from the balcony in fear of arrest. Mariko, failing to convince the police of her discoveries, returns to apartment 1303 expecting to find her mother. She's not there - but something else is.
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After signing up to Netflix I found the American remake of this film and much like other remakes (including the first two above, The Eye, and One Missed Call) that film was absolutely horrific.
It wasn't until after watching that one and reading the reviews on IMDB like I usually do that I found out it was a remake from an Asian film and I immediately had to go out and get myself a copy.
This one was far superior, it had more of a chill to its atmosphere and relied less on jumpscares, not to say that there isn't any at all but there's significantly less than in the remake. The story flows easier in this story and doesn't seem to jolt from one thing to another as the American one did. The acting was more believable in this one and the occurrences don't work against your mind to pull you out of the experience and make you fully aware that you are just watching a film and feel bad that you've wasted your time on nothing.
If I had to choose between the two to recommend, I'd definitely recommend this one.
The atmosphere portrayed in the film was dramatic and it was full of suspense in all the right places.
The story line was interesting and easy to follow, would definitely recommend to others.
Luckily the main actress is actually pretty good and can carry her role as the determined investigating older sister quite well. She's seeking the true reason for her younger sister's 'suicide' and finds herself drawn back to the place her lil sis died. Cue not very scary at all haunted apartment shenanigans.
It's not a great horror but it's not bad. I enjoyed how it tried to give a tentative stab at exploring the undying bond of an estranged mother and daughter and how that also reflected upon the main character and her own domestic situation. It offered interesting possibilities. Too bad about the weak supporting cast and cheap thrill horror scenes.
I found the climax was all a bit too panto and silly to even be taken seriously. Any suspense it might have created during its build up was instantly blown away by the wafting smoke effects and grabby magic hair extensions. At least the residential creepy kid was predictable but fun. She got the best last line in the whole movie.
Overall, nothing we haven't seen before but I suppose it's worth watching... But only if you can stop rolling your eyes at the truly cheesy bits.