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- For the PC video game, see Corpse Party (PC).
- For the PlayStation Portable and iOS video game, see Corpse Party (PSP, iOS).
- For the Nintendo 3DS video game, see Corpse Party (3DS).
- For the manga, see Corpse Party (Manga).
|“||It's impossible to escape... A blood covered tragedy begins.||”|
—Corpse Party (Tagline)
Corpse Party (コープスパーティー Kōpusu Pātī ), is a live action movie adaptation of the series. The movie premiered at Cine Libre Ikebukuro on August 1, 2015, and accompanied by Niconico Live broadcast. It was aired in theaters in Japan and Niconico net cinema.
An uncut version of the movie, Corpse Party Unlimited (コープスパーティー Unlimited (アンリミテッド) Kōpusu Pātī Anrimiteddo ) was released in Japanese theaters on September 19, 2015.
The DVD and Blu-Ray of Corpse Party Unlimited were released on December 18, 2015.
The movie is also adapted into a manga series titled Corpse Party.
Section23 Films licensed the movie for English release, scheduled to be released on September 27, 2016.
The movie is followed by a sequel titled Corpse Party: Book of Shadows.
Facing goodbyes and graduation, Naomi Nakashima (Rina Ikoma), her childhood friend Satoshi Mochida (Ryōsuke Ikeoka), and their classmates, are clearing up after their last ever cultural festival, when horror buff class representative Ayumi Shinozaki (Nozomi Maeda) decides to perform Sachiko Ever After so they will stay friends forever. Instead, they were whisked away to a haunted graduation ceremony for Heavenly Host Elementary School, forced to close after a series of gruesome murders. What fate awaits Naomi and her friends at the cursed school...?
The film opens on a rainy night at Kisaragi Academy Senior High. Facing goodbyes and graduation, Naomi Nakashima, her childhood friend Satoshi Mochida, and their classmates; Seiko Shinohara, Yoshiki Kishinuma, Sakutaro Morishige, Mayu Suzumoto are clearing up after their last cultural festival, when class representative Ayumi Shinozaki decides to perform "Sachiko Ever After" so they will stay friends forever. Their teacher Yui Shishido comes in with Satoshi's younger sister Yuka Mochida. The class performs the ritual together but are swallowed away to a different dimension. They find themselves in a haunted graduation ceremony for Heavenly Host Elementary School, forced to close years ago after a series of gruesome murders.
The girls read newspaper articles detailing a serial killer of two children, Yuki Kanno, Ryou Yoshizawa, and a girl, Sachiko Shinozaki, gone missing. A man with a hammer, Yoshikazu Yanagihori, smashes Yui in the face. Terrified, the students run and split up. Naomi twists her ankle and is put in the infirmary; Yuka disappears. Naomi encounters the ghost of Yuki and argues with Seiko, who leaves and passes out. Ayumi and Yoshiki find Mayu chatting with Yuki and Ryou, the two ghosts who then kill Mayu. Naomi finds Seiko hanged. Yuka comes across an insane Sakutaro. Yoshikazu kills Sakutaro when a mysterious girl in a red dress takes Yuka out of the room.
Ayumi and Yoshiki discover a video cassette and a jar of severed tongues. The duo rejoins Satoshi and Naomi and watch the video recorded by a famous spiritualist Kou Kibiki. Kou and his assistant explore the school before facing their demise. He explains that in order to return home, the school's curse must be lifted and use their paper slips correctly. Naomi has lost her paper slip. Ayumi actually has Naomi's slip but begins to succumb to jealousy because of Naomi's relationship with Satoshi, whom Ayumi is obsessed with. She gives Naomi a fake slip and secretly burns Naomi's real slip. Ayumi and Yoshiki encounter Yuki and Ryou. In the struggle, Ayumi manages to return their severed tongues, which appease and calm them down. Yuki shows Ayumi a vision that the perpetrator is, in fact, Sachiko.
Yuka wakes up tied down and is murdered by Sachiko. Ayumi finds Yuka's dead body. Yoshikazu charges onward but Yoshiki sacrifices himself to allow them to escape. Naomi discovers Seiko's true death when looking at a video recorded by the security cameras. Naomi happened to be possessed and killed Seiko. Believing Seiko will never forgive her, Naomi breaks down until Seiko's spirit sending her text messages indicating that she has forgiven her. Naomi holds a pendant she found and sees a vision of the past that shows the school's nurse Yoshie Shinozaki, Sachiko's mother, being pushed down the stairs by the principal, breaking her neck. Sachiko witnessed the incident and was strangled by the principal, who hid her body to erase the evidence. This began the curse.
Naomi and an injured Satoshi uncover Sachiko's body. Another vision is shown where Sachiko's spirit causes the principal to suffer for his misdeed and his son Yoshikazu left in misery. The body rises and attacks Satoshi and Naomi. Ayumi arrives with Yuka's body. Refraining Sachiko, Ayumi reads out loud from a diary how Yoshie doesn't want her daughter killing anybody and to pass on peacefully. With the school collapsing, the trio proceed with the ritual. Naomi and Ayumi make it back home with each holding Satoshi's detached arms (Satoshi used the fake slip and gave Naomi his).
In a post-credits scene, Naomi is in her room and Sachiko gazing at each other.
- Naomi Nakashima: Rina Ikoma (Nogizaka46, AKB48)
- Satoshi Mochida: Ryōsuke Ikeoka
- Ayumi Shinozaki: Nozomi Maeda
- Yoshiki Kishinuma: JUN (BEE SHUFFLE)
- Seiko Shinohara: Yōko Kita
- Mayu Suzumoto: Reina Visa
- Sakutaro Morishige: Ryōtarō
- Yuka Mochida: Ayu Matsuura
- Kou Kibiki: Kazuhiko Kanayama
- Yui Shishido: Atsuko Kosaka
- Yoshie Shinozaki: Eri Takeuchi
- Principal: Hiroki Ōkawa
- Yoshikazu Yanagihori: Shunsaku Mayama
- Yuki Kanno: Saya Uchida
- Ryou Yoshizawa: Haruto Satake
- Sachiko Shinozaki: Honoka Naitō
- Naho Saenoki, Tokiko Tsuji, and Yuuya Kizami are three major characters from Corpse Party nonexistent in the movie adaption.
- ↑ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2016-05-19/section23-adds-clamp-school-detectives-live-action-corpse-party/.102297