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Tomie Unlimited on DVD and Blu-ray in January

13 December 2011

Tsukiko (Moe Arai), who belongs to a photography club at high school, always feels inferior to her elder sister, Tomie (Miu Nakamura). Tomie is breathtakingly beautiful and popular among the male students, including Toshio, whom Tsukiko is secretly in love with.

One day an awful accident kills Tomie right in front of her younger sister. Since then Tsukiko suffers from a nightmare night after night. A year later Tsukiko and her parents are surrounding a birthday cake to celebrate dead Tomie's 18th birthday. Suddenly they hear an eerie knock at the door. Unbelievably, it is Tomie. She's back. The father and mother blindly welcome Tomie in tears, but Tsukiko feels instinctive fear. Tomie gradually reveals her true face, but only when she is with Tsukiko. Now Tsukiko's nightmare becomes reality, and the terrifying days begin...

Director Noboru Iguchi (The Machine Girl, RoboGeisha) is back with his entry in to the ongoing Tomie horror film series based on a popular manga by Junji Ito, which kicked off in 1999 with Ataru Oikawa's Tomie: anaza feisu and now total's eight films, the third of which, Tomie: Re-birth, was directed by Ju-on's Takashi Shimizu.

Tomie Unlimited / Tomie: Anrimiteddo will be released on UK DVD and Blu-ray by Bounty Films on 23rd January 2012 at the RRP of £18.37 for the DVD and £20.42 for the Blu-ray.

Special features will include:

  • Interview with director Noboru Iguchi;
  • Trailer.