Evil Dead Trap (1988)


Directed by: Toshiharu Ikeda

Stars: Miyuki Ono, Aya Katsuragi, Hitomi Kobayashi

Language: Japanese + Commentaries  Eng  (4tracks)  | Subtitles: English (embed)

(Commentary by director Toshiharu Ikeda and SFX manager Shinichi Wakasa)
(Commentary by filmmaker Kurando Mitsutake)
(Commentary by James Mudge of easternKicks podcast)

Country: Japan | Imdb Info | Ar: 5:3 | Brrip

Also known as: Shiryô no wana

Description: A TV station employee takes a camera crew out to an abandoned factory to investigate a purported snuff film that was made there, only to end up running for her life when a small, fetus-like creature murders her crew.


4.68GB | 100:10mins | 1194×720 | mkv | Japanese | English




Evil Dead Trap 2 (1992)


Directed by: Izô Hashimoto

Stars: Shoko Nakajima, Rie Kondoh, Shirô Sano

Language: Japanese  | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Japan | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Also known as: Shiryô no wana 2: Hideki

Description: A female projectionist suddenly comes to the self-realization that she just in fact may be a serial killer responsible for brutally murdering everyone around her.


4.47GB | 97:19mins | 1280×694 | mkv | Japanese | English




The Brutal Insanity of Love (1993)


Directed by: Toshiharu Ikeda

Stars: Shirô Sano, Megumi Yokoyama, Kimiko Yo

Language: Japanese  | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Japan | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Ldrip

Also known as: Chigireta ai no satsujin / Evil Dead Trap 3

Description: A policewoman is investigating the apparent suicide of a college coed. The prime suspects include the girl’s professor, who may have been having an affair with her and the professor’s wife, who frequents lesbian bars.


1.65GB | 101:10mins | 680×448 | mkv

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5 Responses to Evil Dead Trap (1988)

  1. Gene says:

    My first exposure to Ikeda was his earlier film “Mermaid Legend”, which I had searched for high & low before finally finding a copy here on RL. It had a very improbable story progression (how unstoppable the protagonist female revenge seeker proves to be, against rather steep odds), with some over the top action and bloodletting for a film of this kind, but her relentless perseverance somehow becomes oddly compelling. I’m glad that you had it, and gave all my searching for this title a positive result.

  2. Aerosniff Someglue says:

    The brutal insanity of love ain’t an official sequel. They put “3” to make it more commercial.

    The first one: More Soavi (Bloody bird) than Argento and Co meets J-horror. 7/10

    The second one: Crazier, much more original, some breathtakingly beautiful shots, IMHO vastly superior than the first one. 9/10

  3. Alex says:

    A Lot of Thanks!

  4. Manza says:

    Thank you for this fantastic trilogy! Been waiting to see part 1 in hd for a while.

  5. rarelust says:

    added sequels

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