The Cursed Pond (1968) Yoshihiro Ishikawa

The Cursed Pond (1968)
aka Bakeneko: A Vengeful Spirit
aka The Ghost-Cat of the Cursed Lake
 aka Kaibyô nori no numa
Genre: Horror
Country: Japan | Director: Yoshihiro Ishikawa
Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English & Hungarian
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Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 86mn
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Nabeshima Naoshige murders his lord, Takafusa Ryuzoji, seeking to gain power and steal his Lord's wife. To avoid her fate, Lady Takafusa drowns herself along with her cat in a nearby marsh. A decade later, Naoshige's efforts to steal another woman triggers a curse on him when she also commits suicide at the same marsh forcing him to suffer the consequences of his past actions. This a an awesome black and white samurai/ghost story with terrific fighting, and believable special effects. One of the better films in this genre, thoroughly entertaining!

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2 Response to "The Cursed Pond (1968) Yoshihiro Ishikawa"

  1. Owen says:

    wow! been wanting to see this one forever! thanks NLZ!

    Good one! Much better than Ishikawa's earlier "Ghost Cat of Otama Pond"

    Hope to see more vintage Japanese ghost stories (with plenty of creepy atmosphere) like this. Thanks.

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