Scary True Stories - Ten Haunting Tales From the Japanese Underground (2005) Horror Movie Review
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In the early 1990s, film director Norio Tsuruta (Premonition, Ring 0: Birthday) and screenwriter Chiaki Konaka (Marebito) collaborated on a three-part series of television programs based on actual paranormal events. Collectively known as Honto Ni Atta Kowai Hanashi (Scary True Stories), it was an immediate hit. Not only did it mark Norio Tsuruta’s directorial debut, it also became a pioneering work which lit the flame of the Japanese horror boom, shedding its influence on such films as Ringu, Ju-On: The Grudge, and Pulse. Set in contemporary Japan and highlighted by creepy visuals and sound effects, these chilling dramatizations of supernatural horror are presented for the first time in the U.S. as a complete edition.
About Scary True Stories - Ten Haunting Tales From the Japanese Underground (2005)
Starring: Yumi Goto, Rie Kondoh, Akane Aizawa, Daisuke Ban, Ryuushi Mizukami
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Norio Tsuruta