The Bloody Disgusting-powered SCREAMBOX just debuted brand new SCREAMBOX Exclusive horror movie Story Game today, written and directed by Jason K. Lau (The Tempest, Terrace House: Aloha State) and shot on location in Hawaii and Japan.
In Story Game, “On a camping trip in Hawaii, three fine art students make a bet: who can tell the best supernatural story? According to the rules, each tale must have three items: a metaphysical piece, a character with green eyes, and a Japan location.
“The three young campers try to outwit each other, as they bring three famous Japanese ghost stories to the world, and things take an eerie turn as each tale takes them deeper into the Story Game.”
To whet your appetite, you can watch three clips from Story Game below, which feature a horrifying unmasking, a creepy in-mirror doppelganger, and an invitation to your own funeral.
Underneath the clips, you can also check out the Story Game trailer.
Greer Grammar (Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman, Deadly Illusions), Alberto Rosende (“Chicago Fire”, “Shadowhunters”), Ayumi Ito (Tokyo Vice) and Lyrica Okano (Marvel’s “Runaways”) star.
The film was produced by John C. Ching, Deborah Y. Lau and Nicole M. Lau, with Jason K. Lau also acting as Executive Producer. It premiered at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
SCREAMBOX subscriptions include unlimited movies and shows, with no ads: Month to month pricing is $4.99, while you can get discounted rates at 3 months ($11.99) or one year ($39.99).
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