Kuchisake Onna aka The Scissors Massacre

(Japanese Movie)
Kuchisake Onna aka The Scissors Massacre (DVD) Japanese Movie
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  • Title : Kuchisake Onna aka The Scissors Massacre / 口裂け女
  • 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?