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Nakata directs Japanese horror Inhuman

HideoNakata.jpgAlthough Hideo Nakata is tied to a few Hollywood projects with a possible Ring Three and The Entity, he's still keeping his other foot firmly in Japanese horror with Kaidan, L, and now Inhuman.

Inhuman will see him reteam with Producer Taka Ichise who he has worked with previously with the Ringu series (remade as The Ring's in Hollywood) and Honogurai mizu no soko kara (aka Dark Water and remade as the same name in Hollywood).

Although there aren't that many details out about the film as yet, the story from Yahoo News tells us that it seems to be based on a real life murder case in Japan. More details as I can find them, unless anyone out there knows more and can expand on it.

I'm a Hideo Nakata fan, despite his move to Hollywood he's managed to keep his films very much in the same vein as the originals, and he's kept his roots firmly planted in his home film industry. That's something that so many non-Hollywood talent seems to forget to do when they are tempted by Hollywood, and quickly they lose what they were once about and become.



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