This latest low budget Asian horror sees a TV cameraman and his assistant track down the maker of a suicide manual in DVD form, which has seen a rise in the number of teen suicides.
The pair learn that the DVD has spawned a cult of followers and they soon become obsessed by the manual's presenter, Rickie.
What follows is a bland and strangely acted film with some poor CGI and effects work and an equally poor and utterly redundant score.
The film had a decent enough premise as the filmmakers set out to explore a current phenomenon and managed to blend it with new technology. The film failed to sustain my interest however, as it moved far too slowly and the effects sequences were so obviously CGI that they had no impact whatsoever.
Not the worst Asian horror movie I've seen lately but one of the most banal. Let's hope the sequel manages to up the ante.