Eko Eko Azarak: Awakening AKA Eko eko azaraku (2001) Kôsuke Suzuki, Natsuki Katô, Mitsuho Otani, Hassei Takano


A girl dressed in white stands alone in the woods, her hands smeared with blood. Around her lie the dead bodies of three boys and her three girlfriends. She is Misa Kuroi (Natsuki Kato) the teenage witch. Rushed to hospital, Misa awakens with no memory of past events, which draws scant sympathy from the cops hovering at her bedside (“That’s convenient”), while reporters swarm outside. When a mysterious force kills a nurse and a forensic pathologist, scoop-hungry Maeda (Kenichi Endo) fans the flames of controversy around Misa, causing her to be shunned by all her friends, except loyal Hitomi and Kenji. Kenji’s psychologist dad tries to convince Misa she isn’t a witch. He briefly draws her out of her shell, but when Maeda hires a girl to pose as Misa for a TV stunt, the repercussions prove apocalyptic.

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File Name : Eko Eko Azarak 4.mkv
File Size : 898.1 MB
Resolution : 704×400
Duration : 01:29:22
Video : AVC, 929 kb/s, 25.000 FPS
Audio : AC-3, 448 kb/s (CBR), 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: DVDRip
Language: Japanese
Subs: English (idx/sub files)
Country: Japan
Genres: Drama, Horror

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