Out on Blu-ray from Arrow Video today is the One Missed Call Trilogy and Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at the release’s trailer.
Back in 2003, Takashi Miike directed One Missed Call, based on the novel Chakushin Ari. The plot revolves around a strange occurrence in which someone gets a call from themself dated two days in the future and then falls victim to a mysterious death. It’s very similar to other J-horror entries from the time, most notably Ringu, and while not as popular, Miike’s film did well enough to spawn two direct sequels, a television series, and an American remake.
The collection includes the first three films – One Missed Call, One Missed Call 2, and One Missed Call: Final – and a butt-load of special features.
- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations
- Lossless Japanese DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and PCM 2.0 soundtracks
- Optional English subtitles
- New audio commentary on One Missed Call by Miike biographer Tom Mes
- The Making of One Missed Call, an hour-long archival documentary on the film’s production
- Archival interviews on One Missed Call with actors Ko Shibasaki, Shinichi Tsutsumi and Kazue Fukiishi, and director Takashi Miike
- Archival interview on One Missed Call with director Takashi Miike
- Archival footage from the One Missed Call premiere
- Live or Die TV special
- A Day with the Mizunuma Family
- One Missed Call alternate ending
- The Making of One Missed Call 2, a half-hour archival documentary on the film’s production
- Gomu, a short film by One Missed Call 2 director Renpei Tsukamoto
- One Missed Call 2 deleted scenes
- One Missed Call 2 music video
- The Making of One Missed Call: Final, an hour-long archival documentary on the film’s production
- Maki and Meisa, an archival behind-the-scenes featurette on One Missed Call: Final with actresses Maki Horikita and Meisa Kuroki
- Behind the Scenes with Keun-Suk Jang, an archival featurette with One Missed Call: Final’s South Korean star
- The Love Story, a short film tie-in for One Missed Call: Final
- Candid Mimiko, an archival location tour with the series’ iconic villain
- Theatrical trailers and TV spots
- Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Griffin
Check out the set’s official trailer below!