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|Directed by||Yoshihiro Nakamura|
|Produced by||Fumiaki Furuya|
|Written by||Yoshihiro Nakamura|
|Distributed by||Tartan Asian Extreme|
|November 5, 2005 (Japan)
The Booth (Bûsu: original Japanese title) is a 2005 Japanese horror film directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura and starring Ryuta Sato. The Booth was released on DVD, in the United States, May 23, 2006, distributed by the Tartan Video under their label Tartan Asian Extreme.
Shingo (Ryuta Sato), the arrogant and condescending star of a popular call-in radio-show, must temporarily broadcast out of Studio 6, a creepy and dilapidated booth abandoned since its last DJ committed suicide several years ago. Suddenly, Shingo begins receiving disturbing calls, the voice on the line whispers "Liar" over and over. Is the joke on him, has someone discovered the truth about his sinister past, or has the curse of Studio 6 been unleashed again? In this Booth, all sins will be atoned for.
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