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Indie Movies Online Annouce ‘J-Horror’ Titles To Be Shown Online

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The good people at INDIE MOVIES ONLINE Have got a rare treat for you Japanese/Horror fans outthere with a great selection of j-horror movies that will be shown on their website.

There’s a fantastic selection of titles on offer and whats so good about it, you can watch them FREE online plus there’s a New title everyday! There’s a few just been released recently in the U.K, a cult status classic as well as a few which will be new to UK horror fans as well.

IndieMovies Online is a great way to get away from the Hollywood movie world and see some great indie movies which do have a lots of well know actors in them experience something alternative rather than mainstream and the best of all its British, Free and legal.

As I said a new movie will be online everyday and they will be available until next year, so when the first one online? Monday 5th July, check out the promo trailer and below that is some info on the movies.

Indie Movies Online Website Link

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Ju-On White Ghost (2009) – July 5th

A son brutally and methodically murders all five of his family members after failing the bar exam. He then hangs himself. At the moment of his death, he made a cassette tape recording in which he can be heard saying “I’ll go, I’ll go soon…”. On the same tape can be heard the eerie sound of a young girl’s voice. It is the voice of Mirai, who was a friend of Akane whilst at primary school. Mirai was a victim of the mass family slaughter incident. Akane, who is now a senior high school student, has had a strong ESP power since childhood. Suddenly one day Mirai appears in front of her, wearing the yellow cap and red backpack of a primary school student. The terror is just about to begin… [trailer]

Ju-On Black Ghost (2009) – July 6th

Nurse Yuko is left in charge of a young girl called Fukie and begins to experience strange things. Medical examinations reveal that there is a “cyst” in Fukie’s body. The cyst is actually an unborn one that is full of hatred for mankind and curses everyone around her. Yuko’s neighbour is taken by a girl in black, and Fukie’s father commits a murder and goes insane. Fukie’s mother has to rely on the special psychic powers of Fukie’s younger sister to help drive out the evil spirit. However, the exorcism eventually fails, and the worst grudge yet begins…[trailer]

Tokyo Gore Police (2008) – July 7th

Set in a future-world vision of Tokyo where the police have been privatized and bitter self-mutilation is so casual that advertising is often specially geared to the “cutter” demographic, this is the story of samurai-sword-wielding Ruka and her mission to avenge her father’s assassination. Ruka is a cop from a squad who’s mission is to destroy homicidal mutant humans known as “engineers” possessing the ability to transform any injury to a weapon in and of itself...[trailer]

Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (2009) – July 8th

Transfer student Monami has a secret and a past that has caught up with Mizushima. Deceiving Mizushima into eating a token gift of chocolate, laced with her blood, he is then catapulted into Monami’s vampire world of blood, death and love. Jilted girlfriend Keiko has other ideas. With a sudden twist of fate, she is then transformed into the hideous and unforgiving Frankenstein Girl, and the battle for Mizushima’s heart begins…[trailer]

X-Cross (2007) – July 9th

Recovering from a failed love affair Shiyori heads to the country, in the company of best friend and bad girl Aiko. Having taken a long soak in the hot spring they retire to their respective cabins. They soon discover that the tranquil village is the home of a cult with a fetish for cutting off female legs. Trying to escape they are split up and keep in touch via their mobile phones. Multiple points of view and time frames keeps the viewer on their toes trying to discern the grisly fate of these “lost” girls…[trailer]

Starfish Hotel (2006) – July 12th

Strange things always happen in Jo Kuroda’s mystery novels. There is always a sinister rabbit called Mr Trickster; ans someone always ends up dead. A man’s wife disappears and he finds her working in a brothel deep in the heart of the city. There is a universe called the Darkland that can only be entered through a hidden tunnel. There is a young girl that the man had an affair with in the dead of winter, two years ago. She would only meet him in the eerie, crumbling Starfish Hotel. Now she’s disappeared too. If you meet Jo Kuroda one night don’t tell him your dreams…[trailer]

Samurai Princess (2009) – July 13th

Samurai Princess is set during the time of the samurai, only with androids that begin to wreak bloody havoc and destruction. To save mankind from the monsters they have created, a mad scientist transforms a vengeful young princess – the sole survivor from a group of girls who were raped and killed – into a lethal ninja android with built-in weapons all over her body. And she is going to use all of them on anyone who crosses her path of revenge!..[trailer]

Goth: Love of Death (2008) – July 14th

A serial killer is on the loose in the suburbs of Tokyo, one who preys on identical looking young women and identifies his grisly work by removing the left hand of his victim before leaving the mutilated corpse artfully posed in a location where it can be easily found by a member of the public. When two high school kids, Kamiyama and beautiful loner Morino, fatefully meet at the scene of the killer’s latest crime they are drawn together by their mutual morbid fascination with human cruelty and murder and begin a tentative friendship based on their bizarre interests. One afternoon, Morino finds a lost notebook in the café where she and Kamiyama have begun to meet. In it are very specific details of all the recent murders. Believing the book to be the killer’s journal, they follow the notes and find themselves at the murder site of one of the unfound victims. Rather than report their discovery and hand over the notes to the police, they agree to keep the journal and track down the corpses for themselves simply to satisfy their own ghoulish curiosity. Morino decides to take things a step further by adopting the appearance of the previous victims in the hope of drawing the killer into the open. It is a game proves to be a very dangerous, and one that threatens to reveal to Kamiyama her deepest and darkest secrets…[trailer]

Battle Royale (2000) – July 15th

In the beginning of the 21st Century, the economy of Japan is near a total collapse, with high rates of unemployment and students boycotting their classes. The government approves the Battle Royale Act, where one class is randomly selected and the students are sent to an island wearing necklaces with few supplies and one weapon. After three days, they have to kill each other and the survivor wins his or her own life as a prize. The 42 students of a ninth-grade class are selected to participate in the survival game and abducted while traveling in their bus. Under the command of their former teacher Kitano, they have to eliminate each other following the rules of the sadistic game where only one wins…[trailer]


Plus a US horror classic! It might 2 weeks of fantastic japanese horror but the movies finish with an ultimate classic a remastering of the George C Romero Day of The Dead!!!

Day of the Dead (1985) – July 16th

The Dead have conquered earth, leaving just small groups of people out of their clutches. One group made up of both scientific and military personal, hiding in a bunker somewhere in Florida tries to get in contact with other survivors of the zombie infestation, but find themselves quite alone in this new world. Desperately searching for a cure and therefore indulging in strange experiments to overcome this strange transformation into zombies, the scientists loose the faith of the military, resulting in a race against death while the zombies take over the facility.. Only common sense can save them now…[trailer]


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