A murderous, flesh-eating undead young girl haunting the remote stretch of woods where she was murdered decades earlier, discovers a kidnapped and abused boy hiding in the trunk of one of her victim’s cars. Her decision to let the boy live throws her aggressively solitary existence into upheaval, and ultimately forces her to re-examine just how much of her humanity her murderer was able to destroy.
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Andrea is harassed by life, love and wicked college schoolmates. When she is reunited with childhood friend Brandy, it is bright spot in an otherwise morbid existence on campus. The two are drawn together when an unusual bottle of ancient origin comes between them. When one of the girls falls ill and goes on a tirade of vampiric revenge, the other must evade her long enough to solve the mystery of her illness and destroy it’s source.
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Years after moving to Tokyo with her parents, Hinako returns to her hometown in rural Shikoku. She soon learns that her childhood friend, Sayuri, died several years ago and that Sayuri’s mother, who used to perform seances and exorcisms, has gone almost insane with grief. After seeing Sayuri’s ghost several times during the night, Hinako consults with some local experts on the paranormal and discovers that Sayuri’s mother has something planned for her daughter…
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