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Notes

1. Nicholas Rucha, “Dark Water: review.” www.midnighteye.com, Retrieved 29 July 2005, http://www.midnighteye.com/reviews/darkwater.shtml.
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2. Jay McRoy, “Case Study: Cinematic Hybridity in Shimizu Takeshi’s Ju-on: The Grudge,” Japanese Horror Cinema, ed. Jay McRoy (Honolulu: University of Hawaii press, 2005), 181.

3. Mark Kermode, “Dark Water: review,” Sight and Sound, v.13, no. 7 (July 2003): 39.

4. Joy Hendry, Understanding Japanese Society, (New York: Croom Helm, 1987), 40.[return to page 1 of essay]

5. Hendry, Understanding Japanese Society, 45.

6. Ruth Goldberg, “Demons in the Family: Tracking the Japanese ‘Uncanny Mother Film’ from A Page of Madness to Ringu, Planks of Reason: Essays on the Horror Film, eds. Barry Keith Grant and Christopher Sharrett (Oxford, U.K: Scarecrow Press, 2004) 382-383.

7. McRoy, “Case Study,”176.

8. Goldberg, “Demons in the Family,” 372-373.

9. Susan J. Douglas and Meredith W. Michaels, The Mommy Myth (New York: Free Press, 2004) 3-4.

10. Douglas and Michaels, The Mommy Myth, 299.

11. Tateishi, Ramie, “The Japanese Horror Film Series: Ring and Eko Eko Azarak,” Fear Without Frontiers: Horror Cinema Across the Globe, ed. Steven Jay Schneider (Goldalming, U.K.: FAB Press, 2003), 296.

12. Hendry, Understanding Japanese Society, 43.


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