Drama Chinese Horror Story Information

Chinese Horror Story
  • Drama Title: Chinese Horror Story
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Horror, Thriller
  • Country: Chinese
  • Published Date: 2015
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    Chinese Horror Story is a 2015 Chinese horror thriller film directed by Bowie Lau. It was released on November 20, 2015 Google Translate:- The film based on "Beijing 375 bus", "Chengdu Dead Rising", "Guangzhou corpse oil", "Harbin cat face Granny"...

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Chinese Horror Story
Chinese Horror Story

Chinese Horror Story is a 2015 Chinese horror thriller film directed by Bowie Lau. It was released on November 20, 2015 Google Translate:- The film based on "Beijing 375 bus", "Chengdu Dead Rising", "Guangzhou corpse oil", "Harbin cat face Granny"...

Suzuki Koji Real Horror SP
Suzuki Koji Real Horror SP

"Ring", "Spiral", "Dark Water" short stories that given by maestro horror world, Suzuki Koji, titled in "Eyes" (Novel by Kadokawa Publishing). The story is lurking in between daily and non-daily ultimate fear. "It was drawn in a scary story that was really full-scale drama of the real horror. This 6 different short story collection was worked by some of "gorgeous cast" who delivered the story in a great way.

Midnight Voice
Midnight Voice

Prachaya, is a young author who loves to write about horror stories, but his wife PunNee never like his horror stories. Simply because she find them silly and not scary enough. However, Prachaya never gives up; his aim is to write the most frightening ghost stories in Thailand. To feel the real horror, the couples decided to travel around for new inspiration and they end up in a cottage surrounded by beautiful nature! While they are enjoying the beauty of nature, Prachaya always feels that there's someone peeking at them from a small house near their cottage. And here comes his idea for his next horror story. He named it "GIRL NEXT DOOR". "GIRL NEXT DOOR" will be a story that he wish he had never written it, what is coming after him is more than he can imagine"

The Man behind the Courtyard House
The Man behind the Courtyard House

'Director Xing Fei creates anything but a horror film despite the marketing of The Man Behind the Courtyard House as such. Billed as the Chinese Silence of the Lambs, it is more like a Chinese version of ….well, anything else...'(by japancinema)

Red Tears
Red Tears

Producer and star of the film Yasuaki Kurata wanted to make a film with a female protagonist which led to an idea about making a vampire film.[1] Kurata hired director Takanori Tsujimoto as it was his first horror film he worked on and Tsujimoto was known for his horror films.[1] Kurata gave Tsujimoto the elements he wanted in the film (vampires, female protagonists and opportunities for extended action fight scenes) and had him build a story around them.[1] Screenwriter Eiichi Yonekawa wrote a script involving two police detectives in Tokywo who are trying to catch the serial killer. Using it as a framework, Tsujimoto added large elements that would involve fake blood.[1] The action scenes in the film were inspired by Hong Kong action cinema. Kurata compared the Hong Kong style to the Japanese style by saying that “Hong Kong films are about over-action, or overdoing it; whereas Japanese action is often too subtle. It doesn’t satisfy the audience in the same way. I prefer Hong Kong style myself, but keep in mind that wire work was not used in Hong Kong until ‘Chinese Ghost Story’ (1987). My production company introduced wire action to Japanese films, about nine years ago, in a film called ‘Yellow Dragon’.”

Skeletons in the Closet
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an integral part of their daily lives. In the program, Japanese filmmakers, Hollywood producers and scholars talk about the traditions of horror in Japanese writing from the past, which often featured demons, hell, vengeful spirits and other supernatural entities. (From the US, in English and Japanese, English subtitles) The ubiquitous ‘Japanese Horror’ boom is a film world phenomenon. What is this fascination with J-horror? The origin of J-Horror can be traced to the ghost story classics popularized during the Edo period known as Kwaidan. Indigenous to Japan, “Kwaidan culture” has a history of over 1000 years. Belief in ghosts and demons has been deep-rooted in Japanese folklore throughout history. SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET will demystify the extraordinary thousand year history of the supernatural as experienced by the Japanese and celebrate this “culture of horror” that has always been an unrelenting part of Japanese life. Coproduced by NHK/Plug-In2 This 90 minute English-language documentary was a co-production of NHK Television in Japan and a Canadian production company--I actually appear in this film, as myself, along with film producer Roy Lee (THE RING) and other scholars and J-Horror luminaries. It is a weird film… The thesis put forward by the producers (which I totally agree with) is that the J-Horror boom of the 1990s and early 2000s was a modern iteration of the collections of ghost stories that were compiled by the likes of Lafcadio Hearn--a contemporary folk mythology. So, to explore that idea, they have an actor playing Lafcadio Hearn in a sort of mini-biopic--and then that leads into an Amicus-like horror anthology film that turns some of Hearn's stories into short ghost movies, which are then woven into a more traditional documentary about J-Horror films that has talking heads (like me) and behind-the-scenes footage of the making of some of the films… and faked "behind the scenes" footage of a made-up film used as a generic example.