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The series revolves around different tracks and secrets about that Japanese saga. Although the classic Japanese horror epic 'Ju-on' was based on actual events that took place over 40 years, there are other frames that we do not know. Now, the truth appears to be more frightening than we expect.
It makes an earnest attempt at expanding the Ju-On mythology without artlessly rehashing its past successes, but it also feels unmemorable as a result, light on scares and mood, and only intermittently attention-grabbing.
It's an odd, not completely unengaging show that tries hard to steer the franchise out of a rut by refusing to regurgitate much of the imagery we've come to associate with it but in its place, there's something of an empty space instead.
The shorter episode length and six episodes ensured that I was never bored and I think that as long as audiences know to put on their J-Horror hats and focus more on the atmosphere than characters, they'll enjoy the ride.