New UK Trailer for Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Scary Neighbor Thriller 'Creepy'

August 30, 2016
Source: YouTube

Creepy Trailer

"When the two connect, the true terror begins." Eureka Entertainment has debuted an official (subtitled) trailer for the Japanese horror-thriller Creepy, which has been playing the film festival circuit all year so far. The latest from filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the film is about an ex-detective and criminal psychologist who discovers that his new neighbor isn't quite who he says he is. The cast includes Hidetoshi Nishijima, Teruyuki Kagawa, Y√ľko Takeuchi, Haruna Kawaguchi, and Masahiro Higashide. Not only has it played at numerous fests, but the film has received some great reviews so far. One review on ScreenAnarchy says "it's an example of a master attempting a new direction -- in the form of a good, old-fashioned, bloody, spirited thriller." This definitely does look creepy. That guy's smile is the freakiest part about it. Have a look.

Here's the official UK trailer for Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Creepy, direct from Eureka's YouTube:

Creepy Poster

Takakura is a former detective. He receives a request from his ex-colleague, Nogami, to examine a missing family case that occurred 6 years earlier. Takakura follows Saki's memory. She is the only surviving family member from the case. Meanwhile, Takakura and his wife Yasuko recently moved into a new home. Their neighbor, Nishino, has a sick wife and a young teen daughter. One day, the daughter, Mio, tells him that the man is not her father and she doesn't know him at all. Creepy is directed by veteran Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa, of the films Bright Future, Ghost Cop, Tokyo Sonata, Retribution, Journey to the Shore, Seventh Code, Charisma previously. The screenplay is by Chihiro Ikeda & Kiyoshi Kurosawa, based on the novel by Yutaka Maekawa. This first premiered at the Berlin Film Festival this year and opened in Japanese theaters this June. Creepy arrives in US theaters starting on October 21st this fall. Interested?

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Some say that thrillers are stories about political and social correctness of the police or law in general. I guess, everybody else looks creepy ...

shiboleth on Aug 30, 2016


K U R E E P E E!! // Dig it. The daughter's hands are not clean.

DAVIDPD on Aug 30, 2016


...anybody else has Tech N9ne's "Am I A Psycho" in their brains while watching this?

Mark Brackney on Sep 3, 2016

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