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Introducing the illustrations received from the viewers.
I asked the ghost Tsu-chan, who requested “I want to watch a movie” last time, about the movie genre I want to watch.
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① Voice imitation doll
② Walking doll
* Minimize the depiction of moving dolls and the depiction of shadows and sounds.
* Viewer illustrations will not be posted from the perspective of writing and portrait rights.
■The genre of the movie you want to watch and is it okay to watch it together?
“Comedy” “Yakuza” “Love Story” “Manga anime” “Horror Thriller” “Youth” “Jidaigeki” “Other”
Tsu-chan chooses a “Horror Thriller”
The doll that Setsu-chan was playing has collapsed.
Move the fallen doll and laugh.
The doll is cute today too! What about balloons?」
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” Horror Thriller “THE 200 BEST HORROR MOVIES OF ALL TIME
The wind forces open the curtained window. Candles snuff out in darkness. And a shiver cascades down your spine. Nope, it’s not just your imagination. Something is stalking on your screen, primed to to kill all your free time: The big, boo-tiful list of Rotten Tomatoes’ 200 Best Horror Movies of All Time!
The wonders of seeing the unknown has always been the luring temptation of movies, and so horror feels especially close to this medium, a genre that exposes audiences to beyond normal, and into death. So we’re pulling from 100 years of movie history, from those early days of German expressionism (Nosferatu, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) and Universal monsters (Dracula, The Wolf Man). Creature features (King Kong, The Fly) nestle with Best Picture nominees (The Exorcist, Get Out). Slashers (Scream), zombies (Dawn of the Dead), vampires (Let the Right One In) abound with terror of the more psychological persuasion (Don’t Look Now, The Innocents). Or so it would seem.