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Corpse Party: Tortured Souls -Bōgyakusareta Tamashī no Jukyō- (Tagline)


Evil never dies... It just waits for a new semester to begin.

Corpse Party: Tortured Souls (Tagline)


Corpse Party: Tortured Souls
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Original Video Animation Information
Japanese Title

コープスパーティー Tortured Souls ―暴虐された魂の呪叫―
(コープスパーティー トーチャードソウルズ ―ぼうぎゃくされたたましいのじゅきょう―)

Directed By

Akira Iwanaga

Written By

Shōichi Satō

Music By

Mao Hamamoto

Studio

Asread

Released

JP: July 24, 2013
NA: January 26, 2016

Runtime

103 minutes (Theatrical)
117 minutes (Blu-ray)
59 minutes (DVD)

Episodes

4

Corpse Party: Tortured Souls, released in Japan as Corpse Party: Tortured Souls -Bōgyakusareta Tamashī no Jukyō- (コープスパーティー Tortured Souls ―暴虐された魂の呪叫― Kōpusu Pātī Tōchādo Sōruzu -Bōgyakusareta Tamashī no Jukyō-?, lit. Corpse Party: Tortured Souls -The Curse of Tortured Souls-) is an original video animation (OVA) anime series and animated adaptation of Corpse Party. It was released on July 24, 2013.

The series consists of four episodes which can be purchased either in two boxed DVD sets for a total of 6,090 Yen ($61 USD) or one Blu-ray box for 16,590 Yen ($167 USD). The first volume DVD contains Episodes 1 and 2, the second volume DVD contains Episodes 3 and 4, and Blu-ray Disc BOX contains all four Episodes plus bonuses.

The OVA is licensed by Maiden Japan and was released on DVD and Blu-ray for North America region on January 26, 2016.[1]

Corpse Party Tortured Souls trailer 301:28

Corpse Party Tortured Souls trailer 3

Third trailer for Tortured Souls.

Story

The horrifying events that occurred on the unhallowed grounds of the Heavenly Host school were so gruesome and shocking that the entire school was razed in an attempt to wipe the events from memory. But, foolishly, a new high school, the Kisaragi Academy, was built in Heavenly Host's place, and all true evil needs is an invitation. So when a group of students innocently perform a charm intended to bind them as friends forever, the nightmarish evil is unleashed once again. Transported into a living hell where Heavenly Host still stands and undead horrors stalk the bloodstained halls, the students are now the prey in the most brutal test ever designed by inhuman minds. What follows isn't for the squeamish or weak of heart, as they are hunted down in a savage orgy of torture, murder, and insanity. Japan's most terrifying series of videogames comes to gut-wrenching life as the spirits of the damned host a CORPSE PARTY.

OVA Staff

Japanese Staff

  • Original Work: Makoto Kedouin
  • Director/Supervision/Storyboard: Akira Iwanaga
  • Screenplay/Organization: Shōichi Satō
  • Key Animation Supervisor/Character Design: Masaki Takana
  • Music: Mao Hamamoto
  • Animation Production: Asread
  • Executive Production: MAGES
  • Opening Theme: Asami Imai
  • Ending Theme: Yumi Hara

Cast

Episodes

Episode No. Title Release Date Runtime
1 Multiple Separation
多重的別離
July 24, 2013 29 minutes
2 Broken Hinges
壊れる蝶番
July 24, 2013 29 minutes
3 Unconveyed Feelings
届かぬ想い
July 24, 2013 29 minutes
4 Sorrowful Truth
哀しき真実
July 24, 2013 29 minutes

References

  1. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-22/maiden-japan-adds-corpse-party-tortured-souls-ova/.93262

External Links

OVA Navigation
Adaptations Corpse Party: Tortured Souls
Spin-offs Corpse Party: Missing Footage

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