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Evil Dead Trap 2: Hideki
Izô Hashimoto
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$34.95

A killer is on the loose in Japan. Young women are being horribly mutilated. Aki, a young woman who works as a film projectionist, is haunted by a childlike ghost. Her girlfriend Emi is a TV news reporter covering the horrible mutilations. Emi introduces Aki to Kurahashi, a married man with a haunted past. Everyone involved has a dark secret and something evil is taking control of them. They are pawns in a game being played by forces beyond their understanding. This eerie descent into madness takes us on a journey into the abyss and the terrible truth is finally revealed!


  • Original Mono and Stereo Audio Options
  • Photo Gallery
  • Trailers
  • CATALOG # UN-1136 / UC 9
  • ASPECT RATIO 1.85:1
  • COLOR Color
  • AUDIO 1.0 PCM, 2.0 PCM
  • YEAR 1991
  • RUNNING TIME 97 Minutes
  • SPOKEN LANGUAGE Japanese
  • SUBTITLES English
  • NUMBER OF DISCS 1
  • REGION A
  • RELEASE DATE September 27, 2022
Poetry amidst almost unimaginable horror —dighkmovies.com
Highlight of Japanese horror and shock cinema —scarecrow.com
A very dark and dreamlike tale of murder, madness and possession that would do Argento and Cronenberg proud —horrorview.com
For those fans of bizarre cinema, this will be a treat... —creature-corner.com
Loaded with gore and stylish visuals, Evil Dead Trap 2 (originally Shiryo no wana 2: Hideki ) is more erratically paced than its companion film and feels a bit closer to arthouse territory. The performers are all good despite the sketchy nature of their characters, and director Hashimoto (the man behind one of the Guinea Pig films, Lucky Sky Diamond) displays a solid sense of how to execute a gore scene for maximum impact. —Mondo Digital
This sequel in name only is vastly different and features a very bizarre blend of gory slashings by disturbed female characters, a creepy child-ghost that may or may not be behind all the strange behavior, nightmarish surreal sequences, and sleazy perversions. —The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre
Offers intensely stylish visuals... dream-like atmosphere —Hong Kong Digital
Evil Dead Trap 2: Hideki
Izô Hashimoto

$21.95

A killer is on the loose in Japan. Young women are being horribly mutilated. Aki, a young woman who works as a film projectionist, is haunted by a childlike ghost. Her girlfriend Emi is a TV news reporter covering the horrible mutilations. Emi introduces Aki to Kurahashi, a married man with a haunted past. Everyone involved has a dark secret and something evil is taking control of them. They are pawns in a game being played by forces beyond their understanding. This eerie descent into madness takes us on a journey into the abyss and the terrible truth is finally revealed!


  • Original Mono and Stereo Audio Options
  • Photo Gallery
  • Trailers
  • CATALOG # UN-1135 / UC 9
  • ASPECT RATIO 1.85:1
  • COLOR Color
  • AUDIO 1.0 PCM, 2.0 PCM
  • YEAR 1991
  • RUNNING TIME 97 Minutes
  • SPOKEN LANGUAGE Japanese
  • SUBTITLES English
  • NUMBER OF DISCS 1
  • REGION A
  • RELEASE DATE September 27, 2022
Poetry amidst almost unimaginable horror —dighkmovies.com
Highlight of Japanese horror and shock cinema —scarecrow.com
A very dark and dreamlike tale of murder, madness and possession that would do Argento and Cronenberg proud —horrorview.com
For those fans of bizarre cinema, this will be a treat... —creature-corner.com
Loaded with gore and stylish visuals, Evil Dead Trap 2 (originally Shiryo no wana 2: Hideki ) is more erratically paced than its companion film and feels a bit closer to arthouse territory. The performers are all good despite the sketchy nature of their characters, and director Hashimoto (the man behind one of the Guinea Pig films, Lucky Sky Diamond) displays a solid sense of how to execute a gore scene for maximum impact. —Mondo Digital
This sequel in name only is vastly different and features a very bizarre blend of gory slashings by disturbed female characters, a creepy child-ghost that may or may not be behind all the strange behavior, nightmarish surreal sequences, and sleazy perversions. —The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre
Offers intensely stylish visuals... dream-like atmosphere —Hong Kong Digital
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