Fatal Frame: The Movie Shows More Behind The Mystery Of Disappearing Girls

By Sato . August 1, 2014 . 2:20am


Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden will release on September 27, but fans can get a taste of the scare a day earlier with Fatal Frame: The Movie which premiers the day before. The latest trailer shows more of the upcoming mystery horror film.


There’s a curse that only affects girls, and they say that if you look at “that girl’s” picture, you’ll be found dead due to drowning shortly after. The girl in question, named Aya, tells the protagonist Michi to please lift her curse.


As it turns out, Aya explains that the girl in the picture might look exactly like her, but it’s actually not… or is it? Only time will tell when Michi solves the mystery behind the curse and the disappearing girls around her.


Fatal Frame: The Movie will be in Japanese theaters on September 26, 2014.

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  • landlock

    Sounds more like The Ring then Fatal Frame. I have pretty low expectations for this when it’s subbed.

  • JustJam

    Looks like there’s gonna be no ghost capturing or battle involved in this movie. That’s for sure

  • Black Heaven

    Does this film involve cameras at least? It doesn’t have to be the Obscura that the protagonist can use to fight ghosts, but a Fatal Frame without cameras just seem odd to me.

    I guess they used “Fatal Frame” differently in this movie. As in the picture frame is … fatal? >_<

    • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

      It does have the camera though. Even though i am not sure if it is Obscura.

      Check the 1:13 time.

  • Last Star

    The movie deviated too much from Fatal Frame’s core concept, but that’s to be expected from the director of Sadako 3D. *shrug*

  • Cant wait~

  • Dylan

    I’ll definitely watch this but it doesnt look very scary to me..

  • Leon Magnus

    It doesn’t even look like Fatal Frame, just looks like a normal horror/ghost movie, sadly.

  • DyLaN

    I believe the subtitles at 0:35 reads “Original work: [author name] (Zero: ~ The Movie ~ Something)”. Does this means its based off a novel or is it something else?

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