H Project

Synopsis: Hashima Island was once the most densely populated island but has been a ghost island since 1974. A group of teenagers will now step foot on this island to capture paranormal encounters on tape. On the island, the teenagers are thrilled as they explore. However, their excitement is short-lived. They realize something ominous is creeping up on them and the hair-raising truth unveils through the lens of the camera.
Genre: Horror
118 min


- Nick.

- Huh?

- Come here.

- What's it?

Check it out.

Is that it?



Oh, sh*t!

Dog, you scared me. Be careful.

OK. We'll start right here.

This room was a crime scene of a murder.

There's some burn marks on the floor.

Gee, we can see a burn mark

on the fabric here. See?

If you don't believe, don't disdain.

So what?


OK. This room works. Come on.

Let's do a shooting here.


It's a mirror.

Red box?

Oh sh*t!

It is, isn't it?

I don't know.

- Rewind the recording and check it.

- What the hell?

That's spooky!

Scared the sh*t out of me.

What's it?

What's it?

Wait up.

Not bad.

Good story telling.

We all majored in film.

Wait a sec.

Huh? We gonna start the first shoot next month?

Is it true? How serious is it?

I think I'm fully booked. I'll take a look.

OK. OK. Wait a second.

Well, you can leave your number

with my secretary.

We'll contact you later.

He seemed to be interested.

Do you think we'll get the job?

Dream on.

Sorry, man.

Let's talk about it later.

We'll contact you. We'll contact you.

They all told us the same thing.

Contact us? My ass!

They always keep us waiting.

We've got degrees and talents

but we've got no job. Damn cool.

Studied so hard and going nowhere.

Try the internet, upload our work on Youtube.

This room was a crime scene of a murder.

There's a burn mark on the wall. See?

What are you doing?

Watching the video clip.

No need to watch it. What's so interesting?

Do you really want me to put it in Youtube?

Yeah. What are you so scared of?

- I'm uploading it.

- Yeah.



Great. Now leave it there.

No. I feel sticky and gross. I need a shower.

Hurry UP-

I thought you said you're going to shower.


Where is the soap I just bought?

Okay, found it.

What's wrong, Nan?

Someone touched my shoulder.

Is that your imagination?

No, not like that, Off. This is real.

You scared sh*t out of me.

Sh*t, that's scary.

Damn. Is that a set-up?

Check it out!

Gosh! Up to 190,000 views, only in one week!

You think we're gonna hit 1 million?

Wait and see, guys.

Who says GhostLand is a hot shot?

Their videos don't have as many views as ours.

What do you mean?

It means we're cooler than them.

Hey, a guy from GhostLand left us a comment.

This one?

He told us to call him.

Do it. Perhaps he would like us

to be on his show.

Ghostland is hot.

Why would they need us on the show, Dog?

Who knows? We might get lucky...

He left his number here.

I'll call him.




Yes! Yes!

What's up?

Why are you so excited, Nick?

That VJ job I applied.

They called me to audition.

It's just an internship. What is so cool?

You're such a loudmouth.

It's my chance. Alright?

I'd be a fool if I said no.

Do you have any work experience?

No. I'm a fresh graduate.

I think I'm okay. I know how to work

in showbiz.

Let me put it this way.

I'll put you in as an intern for 2 months.

OK? Let's see if you fit the job.

I'm OK with that.

Alright? Let's start from there.

Yes, yes.

Our crew contacted you

because we're interested in your clip.

Thank you, sir.

We're shooting something similar

to what you did.

It's called...


Project Hot?

Uh ah.

Project Horror?

Project Hashima.

It's in Nagasaki.

I don't need to tell you

what country it's in, right?

It's in the Top 5 most haunted places.

You've got it.

If I say, you'll be shooting a program there,

do you dare?

How can we afford to go to Japan?

That isn't a problem. We have a budget.


There's nothing that Ghostland can't do.



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