Nacsa meets Japanese Terror

Published 4th Sep 2017

Japanese horror film, Nasca Yuukai, filmed on location in the vicinity of the Nasca Lines UNESCO World Heritage site, hit the big screen this week.

True to the style of Japanese horror films, it tells the story of four young Japanese tourists stranded in the Nasca desert where they are kidnapped by Mara, an old woman from the area who has two children with the appearance of reptiles, the result of some paranormal contact.

The film, directed by Alex Hidalgo, includes a cast of Peruvian and Japanese actors.

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