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Usagi ga Kowai

Alternative Titles

English: U-SA-GUI
Synonyms: Usagui, Thinking and Drawing: Nihon no Shinseiki Art Animation, Thinking and Drawing: Japanese Art Animation of the New Millennium
Japanese: 兎ガ怕イ


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 2002
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Dementia, Game, Horror
Duration: 13 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 4.901 (scored by 275 users)
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Ranked: #77132
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Popularity: #7709
Members: 575
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Tetsuji Kurashige's nightmarish U-SA-GUI (2002) begins by citing a section from Brillat-Savarin's 1825 treatise, The Physiology of Taste, in which the renowned French epicure suggests that stimulating foods, meats in particular, can have an influence on one's dreams. The film depicts a macabre game played by two rabbits and a blindfolded woman. The rabbits face each other over an old-fashioned illustrated board game. When they land on a square, the woman must eat the food indicated in the illustration. If she has chosen correctly, a die pops out of her mouth and lands on the floor giving the rabbits their next move.

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Aug 16, 2015
I ended up having a brain-ache from all the screeching noise. And there's no story to it, just two rabbits and a blindfolded girl dreaming about weird stuff.
I'd rather look forward to it if it had dreams including the girl running across the streets naked -_-"
Don't watch this. You'll just end up losing your precious 12.55 minutes.
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Apr 8, 2016

"Oh you can't help that," said the cat. "We're all mad here." -Lewis Carroll

Usagi ga Kowai isn't your typical psychological anime. It takes the so-called reality we humans all take for granted; peels at it until it is forced to reveal itself for what it truly is. It isn't for the light of heart, nor is it for the foolish. I highly recommend this to any fans of true horror.

Story: 10

-The plot may seem simple upon watching it for the first time, however, this is just an illusion created by the mastermind that is Tetsuja Kurashige. I, myself watched read more
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Mar 23, 2016
Don't watch this if you are suicidal.

It might just tip you over the edge

However if you like horrible visuals, sound that'll make your ears bleed and no plot whatsoever then I still would not recommend this to you since it is just that horrible.

I regret watching this entirely and if I had the power to, I would go back in time and prevent this 'movie' from ever happening, or at least stop my poor, vulnerable, past self from ever watching it.

So heed my warning all those in search for a good anime to watch, stay far away from this shit-fest and never return.

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