Some Hollywood execs apparently didnt get the memo that PG-13 Japanese horror remakes stopped being interesting years ago. Joshua Jackson plays a photographer who has moved to Tokyo with his new wife (Rachael Taylor). While they drive to their honeymoon, a strange ghost-like apparition (as opposed to a normal ghost-like apparition) jumps in front of their car, and so the haunting begins. The story is very easy to predict, which makes all of the stuff leading up to the inevitable ending a waste of time. Taylor has an impressive screen presence, but here, shes just laboring in hackneyed swill thats not the least bit scary. Theres a whole spirit photography angle, in which ghostly blurs appear in photographs. Most of the time, it just looks like overexposed film, which brings back memories of failing grades in high school photography class.