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Evil Dead Trap


Miyuki Ono, Y?ji Honma, Hitomi Kobayashi, Eriko Nakagawa View All


Takashi Ishii (Writer), Toshiharu Ikeda (Director) View All

Release: May 14th, 1988
Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes
A talk-show hostess takes a camera crew out to an abandoned factory to investigate a purported snuff film that was made there. As she gets closer to the truth, she and her friends are subjected to a brutal nightmare.
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The performances at the center of the film, Ono and Honma, are definitely solid.
Waddell also cites a rumour that Oliver Stone was a big fan of the movie, and when you see how this movie swerves between film formats and colours, one can speculate that Stone might have drawn a bit from here when creating the fever dream aesthetics of his '90s classics.