I am sorry to announce that I have made a decision to officially close Cypsis' Blog.

All the reviews stay up as they are, but I will not write more reviews. Cypsis' Blog had many ups-and-downs during those 7 years and I have tried to give the best I could, but unfortunately my life has moved on so much that finding time for reviewing has become more and more difficult. Closing the blog is breaking my heart, but I have thought a lot about it and understood that it is for the best. I am very thankful to everybody who have enjoyed reading my reviews.
(PS. I am still continuing to watch Asian dramas and you can always find me on

Thank you for all these 7 years. I hope that those 240 reviews made you happy. I truly had unforgettable time writing them!

Sincerely, Cypsis

Friday, July 24, 2015

The Huntresses (2014)

Country: South-Korea
Format: movie
Genre: action, comedy
Cast: Ha Ji Won, Son Ga In, Gang Ye Won, Song Sae Byeok, Joo Sang Wook, Ko Chang Seok, Choi Seung Min, Jin Ji Hee, Chae Sang Woo
Synopsis: Jin Ok, Hong Dan, Ga Bi are bounty hunters in Joseon times. They receive a job offer to find a man, who in action dies and girls are made into killers. While they try to find the real killers, then understand that problems go much deeper and way back in years than they could think of it.
Rating: 3/5
Despite that Yanne's opinion on it was "lousy story and built-up on action scenes", I really enjoyed watching it. Of course, after all these weeks of watching "low-quality" horror movies, it was delightful to watch something not depressing.

Friday, July 17, 2015

One missed call (2006)

Country: Japan
Format: movie
Genre: horror
Cast: Kuroki Meisa, Horikita Maki, Jang Geun Suk, Itao Itsuji, Asakura Erika, Kamiwaki Yu, Oshima Karen, Tsuneyoshi Rie, Tochihara Rakuto, Kawamoto Takanori, Hashimoto Mami, Morioka Ryu, Takagi Koto,
Synopsis: High school student, called PAM, makes a suicide after severe bullying case. She is left in coma, while all other students go to Busan, South-Korea to have fun on school trip. One by one students start to receive death message saying that only way to escape is by forwarding it to others. Panic arises when students actually start to die to horrifying deaths.
Rating: 1/7
While I was hoping that third movie is at least better than second then I was totally wrong. Despite having famous cast playing the main characters, movie itself was more than disappointing.

Monday, July 13, 2015

One missed call 2 (2005)

Country: Japan
Format: movie
Genre: horror
Cast: Mimura, Yoshizawa Yu, Chisun, Seto Asaka, Peter Ho, Ishibashi Renji, Shadow Liu, Okubo Hakobu, Kobayashi Toshie, Wanibuchi Haruko, Koizumi Nana, Oshima Karen,
Synopsis: One year has passed from the death of Yamashita-san and the chain has started again when a man dies after picking up the call meant for her daughter. It goes on with group of friends of the daughter. After police starts the investigation, they find that this time there is no jawbreaker candy. but only goal dust in the stomach. Threads lead them to old Chinese goal mine every things might have started.
Rating: 1/5
This is the least known movie from "One missed call" series, because they have really unknown cast also. I had know idea what to expect from it and it turned out to be even worse than my no-expectations, but it sure was funnier  than the first movie.

Monday, July 6, 2015

One missed call (2003)

Country: Japan
Format: movie
Genre: horror
Cast: Shibasaki Kou, Tsutsumi Shinici, Kazue Fukiishi, Nagata Anna, Ida Atsushi, Tsutsui Mariko, Imai Kumiko, Oshima Karen, Shimizu Sena,
Synopsis: One night while being out Yumi's friend Yoko receives weird phone call from her own number. The phone call is from 2 days into the future. When exactly the time arrives, Yoko dies from suspicious reasons. Few days later same happens to Kenji. Yumi understands that there is some creepy thing behind the deaths of her friends and with the help of ex-detective whose sister died the same way, Yumi decides to find the way to stop it.
Rating: 2/5
Sunday night is horror night! Just kidding! I bet most of you know already that I am really bad with horror movies - I am easily scared and I just hate watching scary things. Luckily I can say that the first movie of "One missed call" did not make me feel any kind of emotion at all. Though it would still be scary to receive a call from my own number. I rather have my ex calling me after 2,5 years to say that he misses me than have a call from myself (story of today).