Crow’s Blood Comes Seeping Through Your TV’s This July!

There’s nothing quite like a good horror story to get the juices flowing. So starting this July, Thrill, Asia’s only regional horror, thriller and suspense movie channel, is giving us  a weekly dose of spooks with a terrifying, new Japanese horror series, Crow’s Blood!

Crow’s Blood  is a Asian Horror offering from executive producer, Darren Lyn Bousman, director of Saw II, III and IV, in an interesting clash of creepy cultures. It explores a unqiue mix of Science and the occult in a terrifying tale of mystery, love and society.

Crow’s Blood is set in modern japan and focuses on a transfer student named Togawa Maki (played by Sakura Miyawaki of the music group AKB 48), as she tries to adjust to the new all-girls school she is assigned to. Immediately upon arrival, some pretty weird things start to happen and Maki senses that the other girls seem hesitant to approach and befriend her. All except for one girl named Kaoru Isozaki (played by Mayu Watanabe from AKB 48) who becomes weirdly obsessed with Maki.

Unbeknownst to everyone, the girl they call Maki is already dead.  Or at least, she was until her father brought her back to life using an untested regeneration virus. How did he manage to do this? Why did he do this? What killed Maki in the first place? and Why is Kaoru so creepily fixated on her?

Find out the answers to these questions and more when  Crow’s Blood every Thursday at 10pm starting July 27 on the Thrill Channel! Tune in!

 
Thrill is available on (Skycable Ch. 107, Cablelink Ch. 201, Destiny Cable Ch. 11 and Cignal Ch. 51).  For more information, you can log on to www.thrill-tv.com or www.facebook.com/WatchThrill.

Are interested in Crow’s Blood? Please let us know in the comments below! We’d love to hear from you! Also, jump over to our Facebook, Twitter , Youtube, and Instagram. or Email us at geekendgladiators@gmail.com


Raffy Leynes is a geek of all trades (master of fun).He loves videogames, comicbooks, movies, 90’s cartoons, wrestling, and art. Lately, he’s been liking his geekery with a dash of “Indie”. He doesn’t know what the f*ck musings are but he is told he does them on his InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Also check out our podcast called In the Car After where we talk about the movie right after we watched it!

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