Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Goth is a 2008 Japanese suspense|drama directed by Gen Takahashi, and starring Kanata Hongô, Rin Takanashi and Kunihiko Ida.

Amidst an increased rate on the cases of the victims of a serial killer, two high school students, Itsuki and Yoru Morino, share a certain fascination for the way in which the murderer kills his victims. One day, they decide to join together and start tracking the brutal serial killer in an attempt to find the latest two victims. However, their intentions are not necessarily to help bring the killer to justice, but to simply satisfy their own morbid need to inspect his handiwork.

Monday, October 17, 2011


Kuronezumi (a.k.a. Black Rat) is a 2010 Japanese horror film directed by Kenta Fukasaku, and starring Misaki Yonemura, Hiroya Matsumoto, Rihoko Shimomiya and Rina Saito.

Six high schools students are summoned to their school in the middle of the night, after receiving a text message from one of their classmates. The only problem, however, is that the person is Asuka, who had committed suicide some days before. But at 1:00 am things become really weird as a person wearing a rat mask appears in the classroom stating that s/he is going to take revenge on them because of what they did to Asuka; whom apparently, they had bullied one too many times.

Sunday, October 9, 2011


Sundo is a 2009 Filipino suspense|horror film directed by Topel Lee, and starring Robin Padilla, Sunshine Dizon and Rhian Ramos.

The film tells about Romano, a young man who has just healed after a terrible accident. Soon after he returns to to his hometown in Baguio, things change as Louella, an ex-girlfriend of his, pays a visit and suggests a peace offering, due to a family feud years back. The aid consists in helping Romano’s blind sister Isabel with the money for an eye operation.
Everybody accepts the offering and they decide to go to Manila. On their way to the city, Romano has a premonition and he believes something odd will happen, possibly a horrific accident. The group decides to seek help from a local witch who confirms that Romano can see everybody's  Sundo (the ghost of a dead person who comes back to take one of their beloved to the other world), and they can not escape their fate. However, it seems that Romano has found a way to get rid of their curse, but they soon realize that the price they have to pay for gambling with the spirits is the hardest and most ruthless battle they will ever come across.

Friday, October 7, 2011


Mutant Girls Squad is a 2010 Japanese gore|action film directed byNoboru Iguchi, Yoshihiro Nishimura,
Tak Sakaguchi, and starring Asami, Yoshihiro Nishimura and Noboru Iguchi.

Rin, a constantly bullied teenager discovers her arm is mutating after some days of tremendous pain. It soon turns into a razor-sharp weapon the day of her 16th birthday. However, a mutant-seeking government organization immediately begins to hunt her down, eventually killing her parents. Rin is saved during the raid by a super-powered man named Hiruko. Soon, a group of mutants from all everywhere in the country, gather together and begin their training to overthrow the government and their group of assassins.

Friday, September 16, 2011


Futago is a 2005 Hong Kong horror film directed by Yuen Man Fung, and starring Tony Ho, Emily Kwan and Samuel Pang.

The film revolves around the story of the inhabitants of a rundown apartment building in Hong Kong. They think they new person who has just arrived in the place is the vengeful ghost of a former occupant who dissapear some time ago. When the strange girl arrives, she instead claims to be the twin sister of the missing girl. However. right after the girl's arrival, people at the building begin to die one by one. Later on, a detective is hired to start an  investigation. At first it looks as though everybody has committed suicide, but it is later revealed that their apparent suicides has much to do with their karma about a certain something they did than with random occurrences.

Sunday, August 14, 2011


Paranormal Activity 2: Tokyo Night is a 2010 supernatural|horror film directed by Toshikazu Nagae, and starring Aoi Nakamura and Noriko Aoyama. The film is based on the 2007 American film Paranormal Activity and follows the events right after the original film.

College student Yamano Haruka returns to her home in Tokyo after being involved in a car accident in the US, where she was studying. In the accident, she broke both her legs so she decides to stays with her younger brother Koichi.
Soon after settling into the house, strange things begin to happen without apparent explanation. After realizing that their house can be possessed by an evil spirit, the two siblings decide to call upon a Shinto Priest to perform a traditional blessing of the house; however, nothing seems to work and the strange occurrences continue to happen. Haruka later asserts that the person that she had the accident with in California might have been Katie from the original American movie. Haruka then fears that the supposed demon that possessed Katie has now latched on to her. It is now up to her brother to try and help his sister get rid of the demon.

Sunday, July 17, 2011


Kyôfu is a 2010 Japanese horror film directed by Hiroshi Takahashi, and starring Yôko Chôsokabe, Mina Fujii and Momoko Hatano. Last installment in a series of six films produced by Takashige Ichise and release under the umbrella of J-Horror Theater. The series comprises Infection (2004), Premonition (2004), Reincarnation (2006), Retribution (2007), Kaidan (2007), and Kyôfu (2010).

One night, Dr. Hattori and her husband decide to watch a film that depicts a brain surgery experiment performed on some Manchurian, Russian and Japanese people. The tape, which they found in the basement of a hospital, seems very old and has a very low quality. Suddenly, a white light appears on the screen and when the two doctors look back, they see Miyuki and Kaori, their two young girls, staring at the light. Some years later, a grown-up Miyuki has disappear from the Tama Medical University Hospital and her sister Kaori starts seeking her. However, soon she discovers, that Miyuki and some young people have made a suicidal pact. Nonetheless, while trying to fulfill their pact, the group is submitted to a nightmarish experiment by Dr. Hattori and her team who are investigating a strange phenomenon that occurs in the human brain.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Takut: Faces of Fear is a 2008 Indonesian horror anthology. It comprises six different and unconnected stories directed by seven directors. The stories go from witchcraft and possession, to zombies.

Segment One: Show Unit
Directed by Rako Prijanto, and starring Marcella Zalianty, Lukman Sardi, and Donny Alamsyah.
During a party at his new apartment where he lives with his fiancee, Bayu listens to strange noises coming from the second floor. As he begins to check some places around the apartment, he decides to grab a knife for safety reasons. However, when he enters a room wielding the knife, he ends up stubbing his fiancee's young daughter. While trying to find a place to hide the body, Bayu discovers that someone has taken it and demands a ransom in order to keep the secret and give the corpse back.
Segment Two: Incarnated Naya
Directed by Riri Riza, and starring Dinna Olivia, Junior Liem, and Dewi Irawan.
Naya is a very modern and city-style girl, but she was born in a very traditional Javanese family. During a ritual secret ceremony, Naya decides to avoid staying with her elders and instead goes around looking for her cousin to seduce him. As the flirt goes about, the lights go out and Naya is left in the dark looking for her mom amidst horrible visions of mortality and strange imagery.
Segment Three: Peeper
Directed by Ray Nayoan, and starring Wiwid Gunawan, Epy Kusnandar, and Tiara.
Bambang, a man working in a theater company in the cleaning department, is used to looking at the actresses through a peeping hole in the wall. One day he is approached by one of his colleagues who tells him that one of the most beautiful performers enjoys being watched. Bambang decides to go take a look and discovers that the door of the woman's room is open. While in the room, he discovers some jars containing human body parts and he realizes the woman has strange plans for him, and everyone who dares peeping on her.
Segment Four: The List
Directed by Robby Ertanto, and starring Fauzi Baadila, Shanty, and Prisia Wulansari.
Sara, a very obsessed girl, decides to pay a shaman to perform strange voodoo-like witchcraft on her ex-boyfriend. The ritual includes eating cockroaches and a small scorpion entering the man's ear canal.
Segment Five: The Rescue
Directed by Raditya Sidharta, and starring Eva Celia, Ananda George, Tegar Satrya, Sogi Indra Dhuaja, and Reuben Elishama.
A strange virus has quickly spread around Jakarta, causing a strange mutation on people who now are wandering about looking for human flesh. Among the last survivors are Gadis and Anton who decide to star looking for a way to survive such horror.
Segment Six: Dara/Darah
Directed by The Mo Brothers (Kimo Stamboel and Timothy Tjahjanto), and starring Shareefa Daanish, Mike Muliadro, Dendy Subangil,and Ruli Lubis.
This segment is the short movie that preceded the full length Rumah Dara, released in 2010.
Dara is a chef at a very elegant steak house restaurant. However, the secret to the success of her very famous home-made beef is about to be discovered by Adjie, or so he thinks.

Monday, June 20, 2011


Ta-Kien is a 2003 Thai horror film directed by Chalerm Wongpim, and starring Sorapong Chatree, Nantawat 'Tor' Asirawat and Pipat Arphirakchonnakarn.

During an animal hunting, Wittaya and Lokrai have a scary encounter with Nang Ta-Kian, the guardian of the forest. Some time later, Tong Kam,  Lokrai's son falls in love with Vittaya's daughter Porn; however, Vittaya goes instead for Trai, a civil engineer who has come to the village to coordinate the construction of a dam. As soon as the dam is completed, the village is threatened with a flood and Wittaya is asked to clear every tree, including a big scary Ta-Kian tree. But soon after he starts his task, awful events begin to take place and everyone close to him seem to be in danger. Wittaya then decides to plant a tree stub in order to appease the wrath of Ta-Kian and thus break the spell. Nonetheless, more things are yet to come his way and the spirit has more to do before letting them continue in peace.

Monday, June 13, 2011


Biotherapy is a 1986 Japanese sci-fi|horror film directed by Akihiro Kashima, and starring Jun'ichi Haruta, Yumiko Ishikawa and Hirohisa Nakata.

In this film, a group of Japanese scientists are stalked by a creepy-looking alien who systematically kills all of the them. Only one young man and his girlfriend manage to survive and discover the intentions of the creature as well as the easiest way to get rid of it.

Monday, June 6, 2011


Senrei (a.k.a. Baptism Of Blood) is a 1996 Japanese horror film directed by Kenichi Yoshihara, and starring Rie Imamura, Risa Akikawa and Mie Yoshida. The film is based on Kazuo Umezu's manga of the same name.

A pretty actress is forced into retirement due to an ugly disfiguring skin disease that attacks her mainly in the face. Crazed by desperation she sets up a sinister plan that consists on transplanting her own brain into her young daughter's. As soon as she realizes of her mother's strange plan, Sakura, tries to escape in vain. After undergoing a horrible operation, Sakura is no longer who she used to be, she is now her own mother who is ready to start a new life as a normal little school girl. In her new body, she seduces the piano teacher, and tries to inherit her mother's properties to escape abroad and begin a new life. Police detective Takamatsu who is suspicious of Matsuko's disappearance starts investigating and ultimately uncovers the uncanny true behind the newly reborn woman.  

Monday, May 30, 2011


Dalaw (a.k.a. Visit) is a 2010 Filipino horror film directed by Dondon S. Santos, and starring Kris Aquino, Diether Ocampo and Gina Pareño.

Three years after her husband died, Stella decides to marry another man. Anton, a younger man, was her love even before she was forced to marry Danilo. But right after the wedding, she starts to experience strange visions of a dark figure. She soon realizes that her life is endanger  as well as the people around her. Everything that happens around her seems to point to her dead husband as the culprit in the events. As she starts to feel guilty about her late husband's death, Stella tries to save everyone in her family from the ghost's wrath. To her bad luck, she also begins to suspect her husband is cheating on her with another woman whom he apparently got pregnant. Along the way, a lot of secrets start to unveil and Stella is now unsure of whose haunting she is being victim of, and more important, why she is being haunted.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Kadokawa Mystery & Horror Tales: Volume 1 is a 2005 Japanese horror short films anthology. This is the first in a series of three collections released by Kadokawa Films. Each collection contains three tales by three different directors.

* Mei Nichi [Death Anniversary] (directed by Akaishi Tomoyuki).
This first short stars Mizukami Asami.
The story follows family that moves into their new strange house. Soon after they move, the weakest member of the family, one of the two girls living there with their parents, proves to be very vulnerable to the spiritual forces inhabiting the house. Although mysterious signs slowly emerge, no one in the house realizes the real nature of the malevolence until its strange cycle of curse soon devours the entire family.
* Cruel Kidnapping (directed by Akaishi Tomoyuki).
The story tells about Kamijo, a father whose infant is suddenly kidnapped  and for whom a 3 million yen ransom is asked. At first, he is completely devastated because of his unsuccessful schemes; but, he soon embarks on a foolish and ultimately tragic plot which discards any common sense that is left on him.
* Desire to Kill (directed by Nakanishi Kenji).
All alone in her house, a mother comes face-to-face with a cold-blooded murderer. Determined to protect her only son, she makes a lot of desperate attempts to convince the man to leave them alone. However, the crook has some plans of his own.

Monday, May 16, 2011


Rampo Noir (a.k.a. Rampo Jigoku) is a 2005 Japanese fantasy|horror film directed by Akio Jissoji, Atsushi Kaneko, Hisayasu Sato, and Suguru Takeuchi. The film stars Tadanobu Asano, Yûko Daike and Chisako Hara. The film is compilation of four short stories by four Japanese directors. Each of the segments is an adaptation of stories written in the early twentieth century by Taro Hirai -better known as Rampo Edogawa.

Mars Canal (directed by Suguru Takeuchi).
Within absolute silence, a naked man wanders through a dark and depressing landscape recalling the excruciating details of his last encounter with his former lover. He finally collapses at the edge of a lake that descends, seemingly into the bowels of hell itself.
Mirror Hell (directed by Akio Jissoji).
A series of women are discovered with their faces burnt and skulls charred for no apparent reason, a young detective decide to take over the case and discovers that a unique hand mirror is always found in the scene.
Caterpillar (directed by Hisayasu Sato).
A war hero returns home with no limbs and only his eyesight remaining. His beautiful wife, tired of taking care of him, turns to torturing her crippled husband for amusement.
Crawling Bugs (directed by Atsushi Kaneko).
A sexy actress is returning home from a successful night on stage, until her chauffeur becomes obsessed with her and decides that she should come home with him.

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Suicide Manual 2 is a 2003 Japanese drama|thriller film directed by Yûichi Onuma, and starring Nozomi Andô, Yûko Daike, and Katsuya Kobayashi. The film is a sequel (althought in name only) to the 2003 Suicide Manual; both films are based on Wataru Tsurumi's novel The Complete Manual of Suicide.

Around Tokyo, a series of suicide cases have kept the police busy for some days. The main fact linking the suicides, and the reason to believe is a series of planned suicides, is a mysterious DVD that has been found on the victims. When even a police officer's girlfriend falls into depression, she decides to join a cult that promises to help her get cured. In the meantime, the suicides continue and new DVDs appear to be passing around among youngsters who get them looking for the thrill of watching something weird and sick. But, it soon becomes apparent that the cult and the recurrent DVD are somehow connected.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Prayer Beads is a 2004 Japanese horror TV series directed by Masahiro Okano. The complete series comprises a total of 9 stories ranging from horror to fantasy and drama.

*First Bead: Prayer Beads (director: Masahiro Okano).
Miki, a very depressive woman, whose two miscarriages and the mysterious disappearance of her husband keep her very stressed out., receives the visit of friend Hiroko, who herself has become pregnant. Later is revealed that the women are experiencing bizarre hallucinations and there is a mysterious connection among them.
*Second Bead: Vending Machine Woman  (director: Shigehito Kawata).
A couple of youngsters decide to take a field trip on a remote mountain cabin. But since the very first moment they arrive, they learn it is a bad idea to leave the house after dark due to a local superstition. In need of water and refreshment, they head out into the night looking for a store. Soon, they find an old and seemingly abandoned vending machine with a few remaining cans of a certain beverage. Later, the couple realize that the energy drink is more addictive than any other, and it's due to really gruesome reasons.
*Third Bead: It's Me  (director: Naoki Kusumoto)
Yuki and his friend, a couple of yakuza wannabes,  decide to embark on a phone scam in which they target the elderly. The fraud consist on calling and saying "It's me", to which the victim suggests a name. With such name, they make up an emergency that requires the victim to receive money. The finish by stating that someone will collect the cash. However, things go awfully wrong when one of the victims seems to know one of the crooks.
*Fourth Bead: Real (director: Masahiro Okano).
After the strange, self-destructive behavior of one of his co-workers, and his increasing migraines, an otherwise aspiring surgeon finds his career on the edge of breakdown. Following the only way that seems clear to him, he decides to subject himself to back-alley psychedelics whose horrific visions he will soon understand.
*Fifth Bead: Mushroom Hunting (director: Masahiro Okano)Some friends at a chat-room decide to meet for the first time and go on a field-trip into the wild to collect edible mushrooms. After a long drive, they meet an mysterious man who warns them into going to a certain shack apparently inhabited by a witch. To their bad luck, the friends stumble upon the house where they decide to spend the night. Soon, they discover the severity of the mysterious warning.
*Sixth Bead: Eddie (director: Toshikatsu Kubo).When all of a sudden, a cute seal-like creature appears in the Edo River, the locals and the media decide to dub it Eddie. Soon after, people in the surroundings start to go missing to later appear headless. It looks as though little Ikuo, a local kid, is destined to be the only one suspecting there is something wrong about Eddie. 
*Seventh Bead: Echoes (director: Naoki Kusumoto).
After realizing that Yumika, a beautiful young girl, was violently murdered at the hands of a gangster, her grandparents decide to track the thug down an plot revenge. It looks like a rather difficult task, however these old folks have a weapon of uncanny and formidable skills.
*Eighth Bead: Cat's Paw (director: Masahiro Okano).
Young Shota's life is dismal indeed. His father is abusive, his parents fight endlessly, he's bullied at school; but one day, he stumbles upon a children's cartoon that promises special results. The cartoon's main character, a humorous cat-like samurai that goes by the name Nyan-chan, promises a cartoon character boy, also named Shota, to grant three wishes. It is not long until real-life Shota discovers that the cartoon overlaps his own life and that having his wishes granted can have strange results. 
*Ninth Bead: Apartment (director: Masahiro Okano)
In the final Bead, an abusive father and husband brings his family to a breaking point. This final story tries to tie up together all the prior tales as pieces in a puzzle.

Friday, May 6, 2011


White House is a 2010 Filipino horror film directed by Topel Lee, and starring Gabby Concepcion, Iza Calzado and Lovi Poe.

The film is about six young people who join as contestants in a new horror reality show. The winner will get a million pesos. The only condition is to survive for five days inside an abandoned creepy old mansion while dealing with some strange occurrences and ghastly appearances. As the night approaches, they soon realize that their lives are in great danger as it seems that most of what is happening is real.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Midnight FM is a 2010 South Korean thriller directed by Sang Man Kim, and starring Kim Min-Kyu, Su-Ae and Ji-tae Yu.

Ko Sun-young, a very popular announcer and midnight DJ, decides to quit her job and leave to the USA. her plans include taking her ill daughter, Eun-soo, for a surgery. She begins her last day of work with the promise that it is going to be memorable, soe her sister has to babysits her nieces at Ko Sun-young's apartment. Right after she is on the air, Sun-young receives a call from Han Dong-soo who claims to be her fan. He informs her that he has just kidnapped her entire family and if she doesn't play the songs on his list or attempts to call the police, he will kill her family.

Sunday, April 24, 2011


Lucky Sky Diamond (a.k.a. Bloody Fragments On White Walls) is a 1990 Japanese gore horror film directed by Izô Hashimoto, and starring Naoko Amihama, Reiko Nakamura and Shirô Sano. The film is wrongly included in some Guinea Pig bootleg packages as entry number seven.

The film tells about a girl named Yoko who wakes up in a strange facility strapped to a bed. After being injected with unknown drugs, she is taken by a mysterious doctor and a nurse to an operating room to perform brain surgery on her.


Aftershock is a 2010 Chinese disaster|drama film directed by Xiaogang Feng, and starring Daoming Chen, Chen Li and Yi Lu. The film depicts the aftermath of the 1976 Tangshan earthquake which is believed to be the largest earthquake of the 20th century by death toll, approximately 240,000 people died. The epicenter of the earthquake was near Tangshan in Hebei, People's Republic of China, an industrial city with approximately one million inhabitants.

Da Qiang, his wife Yuan Ni and their twin children Fang Da and Fang Deng live a happy life in their native Tangshan. But on July 27, 1976, a devastating earthquake destroys the city. Da Qiang dies while trying to rescue their children from their apartment. Later, as the building collapses, Fang Da and Fang Deng get trapped among the debris. Their mother, Yuan Ni, is forced to decide whether her son or daughter should be saved. She reluctantly chooses Fang Da. Incapable of moving, her daughter Fang Deng overhears her mother's difficult decision, but miraculously survives. She is then adopted by Mr. Wang, a soldier, and his wife. Thirty-two years later, after another earthquake in mainland China, Wang Deng, now a married woman, travels to China and voluntarily joins the rescue team. There, she meets Fang Da and she leans the drama of her mother and brother all those years.

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Silk is a 2006 Taiwanese horror film directed by Chao-Bin Su, and starring Chen Chang, Yôsuke Eguchi, and Kar Yan Lam.

In Taipei, a group of scientists lead by a Japanese scientist named Hashimoto, are using his invention called Menger Sponge to capture the spirit of a child in an old apartment building. The researchers are later joined by a specialist in reading lips, detective Tung, who comes to the team to try to understand the movements of the lips of the young boy's ghost. Hashimoto, on his side, is trying to discover why the energy of the ghost does not dissipate and leave this world; meanwhile, Tung gets more and more involved in discovering the identity and the dramatic story of the boy, why and how he died.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Dream Home is a 2010 Hong Kong slasher|horror film directed by Pang Ho-cheung, and starring Josie Ho, Eason Chan, and Anthony Wong Chau-Sang.

The films tells the story of the young woman searching for her dream home. Ever since she was a child, Cheng became obsessed with the idea of having an apartment in a complex with a beautiful view across the bay as the one her folks had. In the present, she works hard to make her dreams to come true. However, when the realtor tells her that prices have increased considerably in the area, she becomes really frustrated as she knows she can no longer afford the home she has worked so hard for. Devastated, Cheng decides to start a strange campaign to lower property prices in the area so that she can find something she can afford. What she decides to do, of course, is to go on a killing spree in some of the apartment buildings; slaughtering, cutting, chopping, impaling and slicing guards and tenants alike.

Monday, April 18, 2011


The Shock Labyrinth (a.k.a. The Shock Labyrinth 3D) is a 2009 Japanese horror film directed by Takashi Shimizu, and starring Yûya Yagira, Ai Maeda, and Misako Renbutsu.

Right after he is back in his hometown, Ken is joined by his all-time friends who welcome him again in the group. Soon after, one of their friends, who everybody thought to be dead, is back too but seems to be acting a little weird. later, as the girl has an episode that requires medical attention, the group drives her to a nearby hospital. However, the hospital bears an uncanny resemblance to the labyrinth were ten years before their friend had disappeared. Things go even more strange and surreal as they all seem to have entered an alternate dimension.

Monday, March 21, 2011


The Haunted House Project (a.k.a. Deserted House) is a 2010 South Korean horror film directed by Lee Cheol-Ha, and starring Lee Hwa-Jung, Jun In-Kul and Shin Kyung-Sun.

During the last few years, six people have disappear, eight people have accidentally died, and eleven cases of murder have occurred inside a supposedly haunted house somewhere in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. The house, which is now abandoned and banned to all people who might want to enter, has gained the attention of a group of young adventure seekers. Three members of a club devoted to the exploration of abandoned houses, and three members of the staff of a broadcasting company, decide to go into the deserted house to uncover the truth. But soon after, everyone of them disappears without trace, leaving behind only a video.


Doppelgänger is a 2003 Japanese thriller directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, and starring Koji Yakusho and Hiromi Nagasaku.

Hayasaki is a devoted scientist who is working on an "intelligent" chair designed to help disabled people; he is a quiet, hard-worker man who spends most of his time working but still cannot get what he wants; but his main problem is no having the courage to speak out in his current job. All of a sudden, his whole existence is turned upside down by the appearance of his doppelgänger, a man who is physically identical to him, although psychologically quite the opposite. 

Sunday, March 13, 2011


Disbelief Hell (a.k.a. Possessed; a.k.a. Living Death) is a South Korean thriller|drama film directed by Yong-Joo Lee, and starring Shim Eun-kyung, Young-nam Jang and Bo-yeon Kim.

Right after 13-year-old So-Jin disappears, her older sister Hee-Jin receives a call from her mom asking her to return to the apartment. As soon as she arrives, she is received by their religious mother who seems to be acting a little strange. Soon after, Hee-jin meets with Tae-Hwan, a cop, who reluctantly has to take the case of the girl's disappearance. At first he thinks it's not a serious case, but when he is confronted with more and more suicides that seem difficult to explain rationally, he becomes completely involved in the occurrences. At the end, everybody seems to have a strong connection with the So-jin's disappearance and it appears that each of the witnesses holds a piece of this weird puzzle.

Monday, February 28, 2011


Paku Kuntilanak is a 2009 Indonesian black comedy/horror movie directed by Findo Purwono HW, and starring Dewi Perssik, Heather Storm, Keith Foo, Kiwil, Rizky Mocil, Hardi Fadhillah, Edi Brokoli, Nani Widjaja, and, Bolot.

Three corpse hunters are assigned to search for a demon that has apparently reincarnated after having her head nail removed. However, after the hunters' boss falls in love with a pretty girl, the three of them, and the secretary try to convince him that his girlfriend, Kunti, is in deed the reincarnated kuntilanak that is seeking revenge on the people who have done her wrong in the past.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Darah Perawan Bulan Madu is a 2009 Indonesian horror film  directed by Hartawan Triguna, and starring Indah Kalalo, Restu Sinaga, and Adelia Rasya.

Newlywed couple Putra and Amira decide they will have the best honeymoon experience at his private island. However, since the very first moment the arrive on the island, strange ghastly phenomena begin to haunt them. Soon, a terrible dark secret is about to be revealed, and everything will go from romantic nights to a race for survival.