Sayuru is an ordinary teenage girl. But one day everything changes when she learns that she apparently died. Even though she is dead, she is still in the mind and wandering around at home on days like a ghost. But her family is ready to do anything to get rid of the ghost.
Tsukimono - Ayumi Kirishima is a college student who has just completed her second interview with a prospective employer. Ayumi then takes a bus to get to class and comes across a creepy barefooted woman. When the woman startes shaking and hiccuping, Ayumi asks the woman if she is OK. The woman responds with a cryptic remark that hastens Ayumi's departure off the bus. Later that day, the creepy woman appears in front of a window in Ayumi's classroom. All the students become startled by her appearance... Nozomi - The memory of high school student Megumi Fujisawa's 11th birthday still haunts her to this day. On her 11th birthday, Megumi's younger sister Nozomi was found dead. Her younger sister drowned in a lake surrounded by the woods. Since her death, whenever Megumi's birthday approaches she experiences illusions and refuses to go to school. Those illusions attacks Megumi and becomes more fierce.
A serial killer terrorizes a town, stabbing people on the street. The killer hasn’t been caught yet. Shiori Ayakawa, a high school girl, aspiring to be a journalist, dares to investigate the case. She stumbles upon a strange fact. A sad voice was always heard on the crime scene. It’s like a woman singing. Shiori discovers that the song is the same as an idol singer’s. The singer, Mika Shiratori, was singing it several years ago. She went missing after her promising career ended when her face was permanently scarred by an accident. People avoided Mika, leaving Mika hopeless. Losing her sanity, she slit her mouth with a knife and deformed her face horribly. Murder is her revenge on the people who betrayed her as well as the only way for her to escape from the reality. All the people who saw her ugly slit mouth were brutally murdered.
Japanese direct-to-video horror film
New mocumentary series following up on director Shiraishi Koji‘s Senritsu kaiki file cho kowasugi. POV style depiction of the TV crew from the previous series as they cover a psychic phenomenon known as "Kokkuri-san." Director Kudo (Osako Shigeo), assistant director Ichikawa (Kuboyama Chika) and cameraman Tashiro (Shiraishi) work at a video production company and set off to sell a DVD called "Way Too Scary!" to boost their profits. They decide their first piece will be about Kokkuri-san, and they interview the high school girl who tipped them off on the story, but…
Three robbers escape with loot from a heist before one of them shoots them; their corpses wash up near the aftermath of a maritime calamity, provoking a policeman's interest.
Glory Enough for All is the 1988 television movie depicting the discovery and isolation of insulin at the University of Toronto by Frederick Banting and Charles Herbert Best. It won the 1989 Gemini award for best miniseries.
Nikkatsu finally responds to Suzuki's growing discontentment by giving him a bigger budget and a better script. This episodic collection of "real coast guard action stories" was the perfect vehicle for Koji Wada. Whatever negative press he had received for Tokyo Knights was quickly forgotten. He became the new "teen star." And Suzuki: "the director to watch."
After a passenger ship sinks in 1954, Go Akutsu devises a life-saving project in the form of a tunnel under the Tsugaru Strait. While working on this project Akutsu becomes involved with Tae Makimura leading to his estrangement from his wife.
"Kamen Rider SD: Strange!? Kumo Otoko" is an animated OVA based on the gag manga Kamen Rider SD: Hurricane Legend. This cute and comedic short movie features chibi versions of the Showa Era Kamen Riders, as they team up against the evil GranShocker organization , while Kamen Rider Black RX tries to confess his love to female sports instructor Michiru.
1980 Roman Porno film directed by Kazunari Takeda. It was chosen as the 7th best film at the 2nd Yokohama Film Festival.
The film centers around the life of Victor Frankenstein. After creating the monster together with his partner Zuckel, the monster attacks the assistant and falls from a cliff. Assuming the monster is dead, Victor returns to his wife Elizabeth and daughter Emily. A police inspector named Bellbeau investigates some mysterious mutilations killings, and Victor is blackmailed by his former assistant, who lost an eye in his fight with the monster.
Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various earth monsters, including the werewolf Waldemar Daninsky, Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet, and the vampire Count de Meirhoff.
The Great Horror Family is a 2004 Japanese horror comedy television series directed by Kenji Murakami, Takashi Shimizu, Keisuke Toyoshima and Yūdai Yamaguchi, which aired on TV Tokyo affiliated stations.
Based on a true story about a Japanese woman, seeking her true love, who lived in Korea before, during, and after World War II but is forced to move back to Japan.
Y’all kids better get around the campfire ’cause Papa HH is about to drop another ghost story. Once there was this kid, a simple lad who just loved life. Let’s call him A-kun. One day, while he was playing outside, he sees a spooky figure off in the distance – in the form of a giantess. He ran back indoors, fearing for his life. His parents did all they could to protect him from this evil spirit. Despite their best efforts, the she-devil still managed to get inside the house. I’m not gonna go into detail about what happened next, but let’s just say he used to be a virgin.