Ghost Ship (2002) + Slit Mouthed Woman (2007) Thriller movies explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Horror Thriller films “Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Women” and “Ghosts Ship” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. In the first plot, the ship has been missing in 1962, but when people discovered it, they claimed the ship. When they are pulling the ship to their port, they’re goes through a series of strange events and they are trapped inside the ghost ship. Soon, they understand that this ship is surrounded by demons and evil powers. This film is not for people with weak hearts, as this film has dark visuals.
While Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Women is the story is about a horror iconic woman of Japan. Her face looked so horrible and It was said that she kidnapped the children. What turned her face into this? Some people say his husband cut her face in anger, some say that it was done by a jealous woman and some call it an accident. That woman ‘Kuchisake-onna’ felt pain and when she died, she reappeared as a ghost and she planned to make other people suffer as she did.
She comes to the people with a covered face and asks them if she is beautiful. If they don’t say yes, she kills them and If they say yes, she takes off her veil and shows them her mutilated mouth. Then she asks them if they think she is beautiful. If they don’t, she kills them. If they say yes, she cuts their mouth in the same way to make them look beautiful like here and they die.
In both stories, we see a unique touch like a sea ghost on one side and a possessed woman on the other side who once used to be pretty. I think both are one of the best horror films that the concerned director has shown us magnificently. Also the script, VFX, chilling scenes and filmmaking are entertaining to watch. Even today, these movies seem to be interesting and unique. This is one of the best thrilling stories and you’ll definitely enjoy it. Definitely recommended!
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