Ghost School Horror £6.99 @ play
Ghost School Horror £6.99 @ play

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Ghost School Horror features four films set in an all-girls' school... But it's more than students that stalk the classrooms! Each tale is haunted by supernatural happenings and curses. In a country where pupils will attend school from dawn 'til nightfall, there's no surprise it breeds disturbing levels of competitiveness or jealousies.

Whispering Corridors (Dir. Ki-hyeong Park) (1998): A past pupil returns to school as a teacher. Befriending two very different students, she triggers a series of increasingly disturbing events. A teacher is found dead, and more deaths follow. Events of the past start to influence those of the present.

Memento Mori: (Dir. Tae-Yong Kim and Kyu-Dong Min) (1999) When Min-Ah discovers a secret shared diary written by two students at an all-girls' school, she finds it a compelling read. She becomes obsessed with the accounts of a secret romance between the two girls, but when one of the students is found dead, a new terror seeps through the school. Was it suicide or something more sinister? And what is the true meaning of the words written in the diary, memento mori (remember the dead).

Wishing Stairs (Dir. Jae-yeon Yun) (2003): There's a legend which claims that if you count aloud 28 steps to the school dormitory, a 29th stair appears and a spirit will grant you a wish. Jin-sung hopes to win a vital scholarship to ballet school, but when a rival wins, it's time to seek out the spirit. But be careful what you wish for...

The Voice (Dir. Ik-hwan Choe) (2005): Schoolgirl Young-eon is killed, apparently by a mysterious voice that no-one else can hear. Her best friend, Sun-min, soon starts to hear her ghostly voice imploring her to investigate what it was that killed her. But soon others are starting to hear Young-eon's voice and things start getting out of hand...

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