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Tuesday, November 10, 2020

J-Horror Director Curses Chinese Chiller ‘The Perilous Internet Ring’

Hong Kong-based sales company Autumn Sun has picked up international rights, excluding China, to Chinese horror film The Perilous Internet Ring, directed by Japan’s Norio Tsuruta, writes Screendaily ahead of AFM.

The film revolves around a college girl (Sun Yihan) solving the mystery of a cursed internet novel that causes its readers to die.

Screendaily notes that “Tsuruta was one of the pioneers of the J-horror boom, along with filmmakers such as Hideo Nakata and Takashi Shimizu, directing films including Ring 0: Birthday (2000), which was a prequel to Nakata’s world-renowned Ringu series. His credits also include Premonition (2004) and Orochi: Blood (2008).”

Produced by Beijing-based Dasheng Legend, the film is based on popular internet novel She Died On QQ, written by Ma Boyong, who also executive produced the film.

“Tsuruta is bringing the celebrated J-horror aesthetic to Chinese cinema, while carefully navigating the boundaries of the genre within what’s allowed to pass for Chinese screens,” said Autumn Sun founder Elliot Tong. “The result is a contemporary and cool hybrid.”

Watch for U.S. distro news as it comes in.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3640901/j-horror-director-curses-chinese-chiller-perilous-internet-ring/

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