Madness. Terror. Murder. Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon as they close out their J-Horror double-bill Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Cure (1997). Coincidentally, another existential nightmare puzzle box! This one’s a doozy, but also a brilliantly taught and complex thriller with a serial killer that has mysteriously orchestrated a series of brutal murders like a psychic puppetmaster. Join usssss…
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