We told you about Hiroshi Takahashi’s latest Japanese spook-fest Kyôfu a few weeks ago and even showed you a few stills from the flick to get you into the long black-haired spirit of things. Ready for the one-sheet? No? Well, here it is anyway!
For those of you following along the steps of the “J-Horror Theater” franchise, the sixth installment in the series (the other five films being Hideo Nakata’s Kaidan, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Retribution, Takashi Shimizu’s Reincarnation, Norio Tsuruta’s Premonition, and Masayuki Ochiai’s Infection), Hiroshi Takahashi’s Kyôfu, is getting set to make its debut in Japan this July. To help you gear up for this auspicious occasion, the official Kyôfu website has been updated with some bells and whistles including the artwork you see below.
There are no details available about the movie just yet, but we’ll let you know when something more meaty comes our way.
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