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Good and entertaining samurai and demon movie. This is more based on a supernatural concept than samurai, so this may not be the treat for people that want a samurai movie. On the other hand you are not seeing so much to the demons either.
I liked it and it is fairly good acting and an okay story. But be aware it is not a full blown samurai or demon movie.
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