List of Kadokawa Pictures movies, listed alphabetically with film trailers when available. Kadokawa Pictures has produced some popular movies, so film buffs can use this list to find a few that they haven't already seen. This best Kadokawa Pictures movies list displays shorts as well as feature films made by Kadokawa Pictures, including theatrical releases, limited releases, and made-for-TV Kadokawa Pictures movies.
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Ju-on: White Ghost is a 2009 Japanese horror film produced in honour of the tenth anniversary of the Ju-on series, marking the fifth installment in the franchise. Like all films in the series, White Ghost is told through anachronistic order, with each vignettes titled after a character central to the story. The Saeki murders, central to previous Ju-on films, are absent from the sequel, with Toshio Saeki making a brief cameo being the only exception. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Akina Minami, Mihiro, Hiroki Suzuki
Directed by: Ryûta Miyakesee more on Ju-on: White Ghost
Chō Gekijban Keroro Gunsō 3: Keroro Tai Keroro—Tenkū Dai Kessen de Arimasu! is the third anime movie based on the series Keroro Gunso produced by Sunrise. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Chiwa Saitō, Koyasu Taketo, Yui Horie, Akira Ishida, Jōji Nakata, + more
Directed by: Susumu Yamaguchi, Nobuhiro Kondôsee more on Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel
Zatoichi: Vol. 3: New Tale of Zatoichi is a 1963 action and drama film directed by Tokuzô Tanaka. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Shintaro Katsu
Directed by: Tokuzo Tanakasee more on New Tale of Zatoichi
One Missed Call is a 2003 Japanese horror film directed by Takashi Miike and written by Minako Daira. The film is based on the novel Chakushin Ari by Yasushi Akimoto. The plot revolves around Yumi Nakamura, a young psychology student whose friend Yoko gets an unusual voice message on her cell phone. The message is dated two days in the future and Yoko can hear herself screaming in it. After Yoko mysteriously dies, her death sets off a chain of events which leads Yumi to discover that this phenomenon has been occurring throughout Japan long before Yoko received an anonymous call from her future self. When Yumi receives a call with the date and time of her future death, she struggles to save ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Kou Shibasaki, Anna Nagata, Renji Ishibashi, Yutaka Matsushige, Shinichi Tsutsumi, + more
Directed by: Takashi Miikesee more on One Missed Call