The first story this week is pretty straight forward, though the unresolved ending leaves a lingering feeling that things are not over yet. The story is kind of focused on an urban legend about having your fortune told by a stranger at the crossroads only a number of girls who have done this have ended up committing suicide at the crossroads when the fortune wasn’t exactly favourable.
While functional as a story, the over-reliance on fog at the crossroads to create atmosphere kind of felt like overkill, though it did make a nice contrast when the fog cleared.
The second story was very short but I found it incredibly disturbing when the slug popped out of the girl’s mouth even though I was waiting for it to happen.
While this story isn’t exactly complex and the way it ends is a bit strange, it kind of hit the tone I’d been looking for in this series.
Overall, this show remains an interesting watch even if not a particularly horrific one.
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