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Shiryo no Wana 2: Hideki

Evil Dead Trap 2: Hideki

Japan 2022
produced by
Mitsuo Fujita, Naokatsu Ito for Japan Home Video
directed by Izo Hashimoto
starring Shoko Nakajima, Rie Kondoh, Shiro Sano, Shino Ikenami, Sei Hiraizumi, Kazue Tsunogae, Yoko Oshima, Yasuhiro Arai, Kitaro, Shota Enomoto, Jun Maeda, Ryo Iwamatsu, Ryo Okubo, Satomi Shinae, Hiroko Sakairi, Sekimi Mitobe, Ayako Ono, Nobuko Yura, Ayane Shirakawa, Usaburo Oshima, Toshiaki Tanabe, Yuji Ogata, Kenji Kajihara, Nobou Hoshima, Isao Sakai, Mitsue Midorikawa, Yoshiko Toriyama, Puro Hayakawa
written by Izo Hashimoto, Chiaki Konaka, music by Masaya Abe

Evil Dead Trap

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Now Aki (Shoko Nakajima) isn't the most attractive woman around to begin with, especially when compared to her best (and only) friend, pop idol-turned-TV reporter Emi (Rie Kondoh), and being socially awkward doesn't help much either when it comes to meeting new people - so when Emi pretty much pushes handsome Kurahashi (Shiro Sano) onto her, Aki's at first very defensive, even if it's clear Kurahashi is interested in her. Thing is, Emi has persuaded him to seduce her, and Emi actually has an affair with him herself, an affair that actually got her pregnant. Thing is, Kurahashi is married, and his wife Noda (Kazue Tsunogae) can't get pregnant, but she pretends they have a son, Hideki (Shota Enomoto), a son she has actually lost in a miscarriage years ago. Thing is, Aki has lost a child due to an abortion about the same time, and of late Hideki appears to her as well and drives her to kill other, more beautiful, women in gruesome ways. Murders that Emi reports about on TV, which she finds a weird turn-on. And it seems that Emi has more than just one agenda in this game, a game that's bound to end in violence and insanity ...


Now first and foremost, Evil Dead Trap 2: Hideki has basically nothing to do with the first Evil Dead Trap (apart from also being a pretty visceral horror film), so any comparison wouldn't do the second movie justice. What we get here is for the most part a pretty warped character study that the longer it goes shifts more and more to the grotesque to unload itself in a very gruesome third act - and a really stylish direction throughout make this more than just another shocker, while a solid cast keep things properly grounded, to make this a pretty cool horror rollercoaster.


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