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Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s ‘Creepy’ is Coming to the U.S.!

While I wait patiently for Arrow to release Kairo (Pulse) on Blu-ray, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s latest genre offering is getting a U.S. release thanks to KimStim Films. Kurosawa returns to the suspense/thriller genre with Creepy, the “supremely enthralling and thrilling adaptation” of Yutaka Maekawa’s mystery novel. Screened to acclaim at The 2016 Berlin International film Festival, […]
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