carved the slit mouthed woman

Kuchisake Onna, also known as “The Slit-Mouth Woman” is a Japanese urban legend  who is infamous for her facial disfigurement, and is so prevalent in Japan, that it has even had a movie called “Carved” based on it. 

The legend states that the woman used to be the wife of a samurai, and was extremely vain due to her beauty. One night, she was confronted by her husband, who was convinced that she was cheating on him. In a rage, he slit her mouth from ear to ear so that no one would ever find her beautiful again. There are also other theories, such as it being self inflicted, the result of a car accident or unsuccessful plastic surgery.She is said to carry abnormally large scissors, and questions children. She asks them if she is beautiful whilst wearing a surgical mask (this is not out of place in Japan, where people wear surgical masks to prevent getting ill or respectfully so that they do not pass their illness to other people.), this answer doesn’t matter. However, she proceeds to take off her mask, and once again asks if she is beautiful. If you respond “No”, she will cut your head off with the scissors she brandishes, if you run away, she will run after you and slice you in two. However, if you say “Yes” she will slice your mouth so that it matches hers. The only way to escape from her is to tell her that she looks average or normal, confusing her.

 Yet, despite her being renowned as a malicious spirit, she has still been sighted throughout Asia. The most famous include sightings in 1979, which began around Nagasaki Prefecture but spread throughout Japan. This caused some schools to only let children be escorted home with a teacher.

bee-cake-deactivated20150916  asked:

Hello, Tena! Do you have a good list of Asian horror films? I'm on a kick tonight and want to watch some good ones! Thank you so much in advance (:

Ah, an excellent choice.  Asian horror is one of my favorite flavors (okay, so all flavors of horror are my favorite, so sue me).  In any case:

If you have access to Netflix:

  • Ichi the Killer (2001)
  • Ju-on: The Grudge (2002)
  • The Host (2006)
  • Helldriver (2010)
  • White: The Curse of the Melody (2011)
  • Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead (2011)
  • Dumplings (2004)
  • Tormented (2011)
  • Dororo (2008)
  • Sick Nurses (2007)
  • Strange Circus (2005)
  • Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)
  • Battle Royale (2000)
  • I Saw the Devil (2010)

(Sadly, they’ve removed quite a few titles recently)

Available elsewhere online:

Guinea Pig film series:

Bear in mind, all of these are pretty strong stuff.  The series is notorious for a reason (the second one in particular for being falsely mistaken for a snuff film).  Some of the other films above, such as Tetsuo: The Iron Man, and Bunman: The Untold Story, contain some pretty graphic and disturbing imagery.

I’m only disappointed that I couldn’t find links for Organ (1996), or Ab-Normal Beauty (2004).  Also, take note that some links may require a bit of cajoling to get things started (whether it be waiting for ads, or waiting for it to load).  I’m sure I’m probably forgetting a few good ones, as well.  In any case, enjoy! :3

Stilinski Triplets x Reader: Ghosts Stiles?

A/N: You’re the triplets sister and you convince them to watch a ghost movie and Stiles becomes paranoid afterwards.

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It was Friday night and you wanted to watch a scary movie since you were in the mood. There was no supernatural on Stiles’ front anyways so you were trying to convince your older brothers to watch a movie called “Carved: The Slit Mouthed Woman.” (A/N: Good movie, by the way.) You wanted to get Stuart off his phone, Stiles off his research and Thomas off the running for just one night.

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