The boys over at Twitch where the first to discover the trailer for the Japanese Killer Motel, which comes from Robogeisha producers Akira Yamaguchi and T.O. Entertainment. Directed by Kazuya Ogawa, Killer Motel will star a host of young actresses including Emi Ito, Akari Hoshino, Ren Ayase and Yuki Maeda. “There is a Japanese style inn located in an out-of-the-way area near Mount Fuji. No one knows if it’s in business or not, but the inn is owned by two people: the expressionless host, and his bewitching daughter. The host lures six patrons to stay at his inn for one night. All the guests feel the inn has an odd feel to it, but none of them pays attention to it in particular. In reality, the host and his daughter have a hidden agenda. They are hunting in order to feed the host’s son: a huge living zombie hidden away in a locked room, whom these cruel hunters dote on as if he were still part of the family. A twisted tale illustrating conflicts of consciousness, cold-blooded insanity, and the depths one will sink to for the love of one’s family is about to begin…”
Also added inside is a look at The Four, which comes from Fist Of Legend director Gordon Chan, and stars Colin Chou, Anthony Wong, Crystal Liu, Deng Chao and Ronald Cheng. “An undercover agent is assigned by his corrupt chief to infiltrate a rival department and sabotage their investigation of counterfeit currency. What he discovers is the counterfeiter’s real plan. To overthrow the capital. Not by flooding it with funny money, but with an army of undead.”
Trailers for both films can be found after the break.
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