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OVER YOUR DEAD BODY (2014) Movie Trailer: Takashi Miike Brings Horror to a Play

Over Your Dead Body Kuime

Over Your Dead Body Trailer. Takashi Miike‘s Over Your Dead Body / Kuime (2014) movie trailer stars Ko Shibasaki, Hitomi Katayama, Hideaki Itô, Ebizô Ichikawa, and Maiko. Over Your Dead Body‘s plot synopsis: “A star, Miyuki Goto (Ko Shibasaki) plays Oiwa, the protagonist in a new play based on the ghost story Yotsuya Kaidan. She pulls some strings to get her lover, Kosuke Hasegawa (Ebizo Ichikawa) cast in the play, even though he’s a relatively unknown actor.

Other performers Rio Asahina (Miho Nakanishi) and Jun Suzuki (Hideaki Ito) lust after Miyuki. Off stage the cast’s possessive love and obsessions exist as reality. Trapped between the play and reality, the cast’s feelings for each other are amplified. When it becomes clear that love is not meant to be both on and off stage, love turns into a grudge and crosses the blurred line between reality and fantasy.”

This trailer had many cringe moments but the moment towards the end (i.e. cracking the windshield), saved for last, was the best. The fact that this horror film is situated (partially) within a play makes it that much more unique.

Watch the Over Your Dead Body movie trailer (via Slashfilm) and leave your thoughts on it below in the comments section. For more Over Your Dead Body news, photos, or videos, please visit our Over Your Dead Body Page, our Movie Trailer Twitter Page, our Movie Trailer Facebook Page, our Movie Trailer Google+ Page, and consider subscribing to us by Email, “following” us on Twitter, Tumblr, Google+ or “liking” us on Facebook for quick updates. Over Your Dead Body will be released in US theaters, DVD, Blu-ray, and on digital formats through Shout! Factory on in 2015.

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