El pueblo de las ocho tumbas
At the end of the Sengoku period, one of the bloodiest in the history of Japan, a group of samurai takes refuge in a mountain town fleeing from their enemies. They carry with them three thousand gold coins, a real fortune that arouses the greed of the locals. Blinded by greed, the villagers murder the samurai, who curse the bloodline of their executioners on their last breath. Almost four centuries later, Yozo Tajimi, descendant of the instigator of that massacre, drives thirty-two people mad and murders before disappearing without a trace.