J-Horror

Japanese horror is Japanese horror fiction in popular culture, noted for its unique thematic and conventional treatment of the horror genre in light of western treatments. Japanese horror tends to focus on psychological horror and tension building, particularly involving ghosts and poltergeists, while many contain themes of folk religion such as: possession, exorcism, shamanism, precognition, and yōkai.

  • Splatter: Naked Blood
  • Tormented
  • Big Tits Zombie
  • Sadako 3D
  • X Game
  • Samurai Princess
  • Entrails of a Virgin
  • The Complex
  • Tomie: Unlimited
  • Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad
  • Deadball
  • Sword of Blood
  • The Vampire Doll
  • The Dollhouse
  • Entrails of a Beautiful Woman
  • Blood
  • Rika: The Zombie Killer
  • Inferno of Torture
  • Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead 2
  • Zombie Self-Defense Force
  • Gurozuka
  • The Suicide Manual
  • God's Left Hand, Devil's Right Hand
  • Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead 3
  • New Tales of Terror from Tokyo and All Over Japan: Ghost Story
  • All Night Long: Anyone Would Have Done
  • Snake Woman's Curse
  • Curse
  • Killer Motel
  • Cellular Girlfriends
  • 964 Pinocchio
  • Sexual Parasite