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Rosalio Galvan almost 3 years ago
simple spooky
Zoltán Baráth over 2 years ago
Jonathan Ray Mitchell almost 5 years ago
Dániel Rudolf over 6 years ago
Matt Musick almost 7 years ago
Onibaba (鬼婆, literally Demon Hag) (1964) is a Japanese horror film based on a Buddhist parable. Directed by Kaneto Shindō, the film is set in rural Japan in the fourteenth century and features Nobuko Otowa and Jitsuko Yoshimura as a woman and her daughter-in-law who attack and kill passing samurai, strip them of their valuable armor and possessions, and dispose of the bodies in a deep pit. During the Nanboku-chō period, a woman (Nobuko Otowa) and her daughter-in-law (Jitsuko Yoshimura) live in a small hut in a susuki grass swamp. They make a living by killing samurai, disposing of their bodies in a deep pit and selling their armor and weapons. A neighbor named Hachi (Kei Sato) who went to war with the woman's son/daughter-in-law's husband returns and reports that he was killed in combat. Hachi starts to help the two women to kill passersby and take their possessions. Hachi begins blatantly lusting after the daughter-in-law, who quickly is seduced and starts to sneak out of her hut...
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