Vietnam, Japan to jointly produce horror movie hinh anh 1Japanese director Kazuhisa Yusa directs an actor on set. He will direct Gameshow Tu Than, a joint production by Vietnam and Japan (Photo:
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – Vietnam will for the first time cooperate with Japan to produce a horror movie about zombies, entitled Gameshow Tu Than (Game Show of Death), which is a remake of famous Japanese horror flick St. Zombie Girls’ High School.

The film tells the story of four beautiful and famous Vietnamese girls entering the final round of a Japanese gameshow with a top prize of 100,000 USD. They move together to a school in Tokyo, following a tough training regime and strictly following the rules of the contest. As soon as they enter the school, they begin to encounter strange and mysterious phenomenon.

Gameshow Tu Than is directed by famed Japanese director, Kazuhisa Yusa, who is known as a master of visual effects. Some films showcasing his skills include Real Onigokko and Samurai Marathon. Besides working as a director, he was also responsible for editorial work and special effects on St. Zombie Girls College, released in 2017.

Gameshow Tu Than is filmed in many popular Japanese locations, presenting viewers with a range of spectacular scenes. The film, produced by Vietnam’s MBCS Film Studio and released by Galaxy Studio, gathers top young Vietnamese actors like Ngo Kien Huy, Hoang Yen Chibi, Thuy Anh and Katleen Phan Vo.

Gameshow Tu Than is scheduled to hit screens next summer.-VNS/VNA