A Japanese ghost town is going to haunt you.
That’s right, there will be a new Japanese ghost movie on Netflix in 2017.
The film will be directed by Japanese filmmaker Yuki Takahashi and stars Koyomi Araragi, Atsushi Inoue, and Yuuki Kaji as three ghostly characters named “Shiro”, “Ryu”, and “Ganpaku” and the ghostly “Shin” (from the classic anime series Ghost in the Shell).
In addition to this film, there’s also an original Japanese animated short series from the same team, called “Gangsta Ghost”, and a feature length documentary film titled “The Story of Ghost Town.”
The title of the new film, Ghost Town, is based on a real-life ghost town that’s a popular destination for Japanese tourists visiting Japan.
According to the official description, “In Ghost Town,” you’ll meet and befriend the local residents and enjoy their stories.
In addition, “Gadget City” will be the backdrop for this new Japanese film, which tells the story of an old Japanese village.
The story follows two teenage girls as they try to solve the mystery of the ghost town.
They soon meet a man named Kazuo, who will guide them to find the answers.
It’s unclear when the film will premiere in Japan, but we will update this post if we hear anything about it.
The official description of the Ghost Town film reads, “Set in a ghost town in central Japan, a young girl named Shiro and her friends are transported to a fictional town called Gadget City where they discover that the ghost-town is actually a real place.
The town is called Ghost Town and there are ghosts living there.
However, the ghost that lives there is not as benevolent as the townspeople seem to believe.”