David Bond and Amanda Manuel, producers of the upcoming anthology film The Profane Exhibit, are proud to announce the name of another of the film’s directors. And with such movies as Tokyo Gore Police and Helldriver to his credit, this one fits right in.
Yoshihiro Nishimura, director of (including the films above) Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, Mutant Girls Squad and a segment in The ABC’s of Death, will helm “Jigoku,” a 10-minute Japanese segment of The Profane Exhibit. Although the cast has not yet been named, the score for Jigoku is by Gallhammer. The executive producer is Uwe Boll.
Nishimura joins previously named directors Michael Todd Schneider, Marian Dora, Ryan Nicholson and Andrey Iskanov. Follow the film’s progress on The Profane Exhibit Facebook page.
You’ll find info on the first announced segments in our previous news story.
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