'Scary True Stories'
Now this sounds fun.
Norio Tsuruta and Chiaki Konaka get together to show us the true force of Japanese horror cinema with "Scary True Stories". snip "Scary True Stories" opens up the book on ten individual Japanese ghost stories, but that's not the only thing we've got to contend with here. And I'll tell you--some of this stuff is creepy and unsettling. There's this picture at the thirty nine second mark that gives me chills just looking at it. In fact, the first four pictures are pathologically creepy, despite the distinct possibility that they're total fakes. And their opening sequence, comprised of these pictures, is very similar to the opening sequence used in the old TV show "Tales from the Darkside."