Friday, October 11, 2013


Naina is a 2005 Indian horror film many say is an unauthorized remake of the Hong Kong movie The Eye. The movie's plot revolves around a young woman who was blinded in a car accident when she was a child and who now receives a corneal transplant allowing her to see again. Only now she sees ghosts. And impending deaths. It seems the cornea donor was cursed. I like Naina. I'd be interested in seeing the original that inspired it.

Weird Wild Realm has a review comparing it to and contrasting it with The Eye. DVD Talksays it's "deadly dull, painfully derivative, and endlessly redundant" and "about as scary as a soap commercial". Planet Bollywood says, "On the whole Naina is worth the watch. When compared with other Bollywood horror´s in it head and shoulders above the rest!" Monsters at Play says it's ok "for those who aren't burned out on the "creepy Asian ghost story" subgenre".

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