Ghosts of Hiroshima (2022) FIRST LOOK

Ghosts of Hiroshima (2022) FIRST LOOK

Horrorific content by all-horror on January 12th, 2023 | First Look |

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First Look: Ghosts of Hiroshima

Ghosts of Hiroshima is directed by Brandon Walker and stars Robert Palmer Watkins, Ashley Park, Akihiro Kitamura (The Human Centipede), Max Bishop and Tony Gibbons.

Ghosts of Hiroshima (2022)

77 years after the bombing of Hiroshima, a malevolent force lingers at the site of nuclear calamity. Those who encounter this vengeful spirit are forever consumed by its wrath.

Ghosts of Hiroshima Reviews

"This is an unusual movie and you could almost call it experimental found footage because of the way the plot unfolds. I had a nightmare about the story told by the survivor. There are also several jump scares that got me pretty good!" - nadiahardman-03552

"Overall, I liked this one based on its attempt to blend the horrors of history with the supernatural and unexplained. This is obviously a very small budget movie and there are a few problems here and there, but I can still recommend it to fans of both found footage and paranormal horror." - adrianchavo

"Personally, I think the slow burn story with the old footage of WWII was even spookier than the big obvious scares. If you like Marvel movies you might not like this because it only has a couple characters and 2 locations. But if you like Japanese, Tai and Korean ghost movies you will enjoy it!" - mikelevian

"The storyline in "Ghosts of Hiroshima" was not entertaining, and it fell short of providing me with much of any sense of enjoyment or entertainment. So writer and director Brandon Walker just failed here." - paul_haakonsen

"The acting, camera work and story are a cut above most ultra low budget movies in the category. There is an Asian horror feel combined with an American leading man for an East meets West angle. I appreciate original ideas and for this reason alone, the movie is worth watching. Creativity and scares can be found in this small movie!" -  ryanwhitmere

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