Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura. Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.
Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.

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Film review: The Inerasable – superb addition to J-horror genre stars Yuko Takeuchi, Ai Hashimoto

Strong performances and a deliberately paced script combine to offer a suffocating experience that never relinquishes its grip

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Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura. Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.
Yuko Takeuchi (left) and Ai Hashimoto look into the creepy history of a house in the Japanese horror film The Inerasable (category; IIB Japanese), directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.
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