Hideo Nakata fans who are eagerly awaiting more on his latest film Chatroom can now have themselves a quick inside peek at the film thanks to three new clips that have come straight out of Cannes!
Hideo Nakata fans who are eagerly awaiting more on his latest film Chatroom have good reason to smile today as we finally have the trailer for you!
Hideo Nakata sure is busy nowadays. We told you yesterday about his next English language feature,, Chatroom and now today comes the trailer for his latest Japanese film, The Incite Mill (7 Day Death Game). Expect his Yiddish, Greek, and Eskimo language films to be announced in the coming days.
Best known for his J-Horror classic The Ring, and even The Ring Two, director Hideo Nakata has a new English language flick coming out called Chatroom, and we've got the first stills and the plot crunch for you.
Having essentially defined a subgenre of horror (long-haired, scary Japanese female ghosts) all by his lonesome, Ring director Hideo Nakata is fixing to get back into the game with what sounds like an amped up version of Saw. Read on for more.
When Japanese director Hideo Nakata dropped The Ring on us several years ago, he basically introduced horror audiences to what would become to be known as J-Horror. Hundreds of films concerning little girls dressed in white with long black hair later, the man himself is ready to spin another ghostly tale.
Viz Pictures announced today that the final chapter in its popular Death Note live action series, L, Change the World, directed by the legendary Hideo Nakata, will be hitting DVD on August 18th.
Still on the fence as to whether or not you want to attend the two-night only theatrical event for Death Note: L, Change the World? Well, how about if you can watch the first 10 minutes and then snag a pair of tickets for Wednesday, April 29th's subtitled screening?
As a reminder to keep next week's two-night only theatrical event for Death Note: L, Change the World in the forefront of everyone's mind, Viz Pictures has prepared a trailer and is offering Dread Central readers a chance to win tickets.
It must be Hideo Nakata Day! First we got news of free tickets to screenings of his Death Note: L, Change the World, and now comes word from UpcomingHorrorMovies.com that his 2007 film Kaidan is set to hit DVD on June 30, 2009.
As you may remember, Death Note: L, Change the World will be shown theatrically during a limited two-night, multi-city run on April 29th and 30th, 2009. Thanks to VIZ Pictures and Trans World Entertainment, you can take part in a special giveaway campaign at participating F.Y.E. and Suncoast stores to receive a free ticket to attend the English-dubbed screening on April 30th (while supplies last).
As they did with the first two Death Note live action films, Viz Pictures, an affiliate of VIZ Media, LLC, that focuses on Japanese live-action film distribution, has announced that it will team with NCM Fathom to present Death Note: L, Change the World in a limited two-night, multi-city event on April 29th and 30th.
Butane just today reported the news that Hideo Nakata is helming a new project called Chatroom, and leave it to Andrew to send over our first look at not one, but two, posters for the film from AFM.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Or at least have lost their footing quite a bit and look on the verge of hitting the ground face-first. Variety reports this morning that Hideo Nakata, the director of the original Ring, is getting ready to step behind the camera for a psychological thriller called ... it pains me to type this ... Chatroom.
In a story over on Twitch about the English-subtitled DVD release of L: Change the World in Hong Kong, my ocular organs ran across a full plot synopsis for the film, which I realized I had never read before. We’ve been reporting on the Death Note sequel/spin-off for months now, but never actually knew what it was about. Strange.