Teruyuki Kagawa (second from right) plays a very weird neighbour to Hidetoshi Nishijima (second from left) and Yuko Takeuchi in Creepy (category IIB; Japanese), directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.

Film review: Creepy – neighbours hide deadly secrets in atmospheric thriller

Japanese horror maestro Kiyoshi Kurosawa gives a masterclass in creating tension in this riveting mystery centred on an ex-detective and his suburban family, their weird neighbour and an unsolved missing-persons case

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Teruyuki Kagawa (second from right) plays a very weird neighbour to Hidetoshi Nishijima (second from left) and Yuko Takeuchi in Creepy (category IIB; Japanese), directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.
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Edmund Lee

Edmund Lee

Edmund Lee is the film editor of the Post. Before joining the Culture desk in 2013, he was the arts and culture editor of Time Out Hong Kong. Since he graduated in English and Comparative Literature, Edmund has also studied law and written an MPhil thesis on Hirokazu Koreeda. He is on a masochistic mission to review every Hong Kong film being released.