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Kuchisake Onna aka The Scissors Massacre (dvd) () Japanese Movie

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  • Title : Kuchisake Onna aka The Scissors Massacre
  • Also known as : The Slit Mouthed Woman
  • Listing date : 07 Oct 2007
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Shiraishi Kouji
  • Cast by
  • Eriko Sato , Haruhiko Kato , Miki Mizuno
  • Synopsis
  • There's an urban legend of a woman who catches and kills kids. Not if they're bad. Not if they disobey their parents. She just does. Because she's a very angry spirit. And ugly, to boot. She's got a gash on her mouth that makes her extremely unattractive. This isn't a legend to keep kids in line, either. Adults seem to believe in this crazy lady as well. She's just a part of life.

    So when kids start getting snatched up, and witnesses describe the kidnapper as the slit mouthed woman, everyone starts keeping a closer eye on their surroundings. And their children.

    Local school teacher, Kyoko Yamashita (Eriko Sato – The Sinking of Japan), gets personally involved in the search for Mika — a young student grabbed from Jane's care, in broad daylight no less (you can't really blame Kyoko, though. That slit-mouth woman has a wicked pair of scissors that are, no joke, like two feet long. She's crazy.). Besides, Kyoko has some spare time on her hands since the school has given her a 'break' seeing how the kid got nabbed on her watch.

    Soon enough, Yamazaki teams up with fellow teacher, Noboru (Haruhiko Kato – Kairo) — who harbors some secrets — and, together, they are determined to end the slit-mouth woman's reign of terror once and for all.

    But how do you kill something that can't be killed?

  • Synopsis
  • There's an urban legend of a woman who catches and kills kids. Not if they're bad. Not if they disobey their parents. She just does. Because she's a very angry spirit. And ugly, to boot. She's got a gash on her mouth that makes her extremely unattractive. This isn't a legend to keep kids in line, either. Adults seem to believe in this crazy lady as well. She's just a part of life.

    So when kids start getting snatched up, and witnesses describe the kidnapper as the slit mouthed woman, everyone starts keeping a closer eye on their surroundings. And their children.

    Local school teacher, Kyoko Yamashita (Eriko Sato – The Sinking of Japan), gets personally involved in the search for Mika — a young student grabbed from Jane's care, in broad daylight no less (you can't really blame Kyoko, though. That slit-mouth woman has a wicked pair of scissors that are, no joke, like two feet long. She's crazy.). Besides, Kyoko has some spare time on her hands since the school has given her a 'break' seeing how the kid got nabbed on her watch.

    Soon enough, Yamazaki teams up with fellow teacher, Noboru (Haruhiko Kato – Kairo) — who harbors some secrets — and, together, they are determined to end the slit-mouth woman's reign of terror once and for all.

    But how do you kill something that can't be killed?
Directed by
Shiraishi Kouji

Cast by
Eriko Sato
Haruhiko Kato
Miki Mizuno