TOKU®, the 24/7 live as well as on-demand TV network that delivers sought-after Asian action films and cult classics that are dubbed to English language, recently announced the US premiere of the horror movie titled “Hair Extensions”. The spine-tingling horror film will premiere on TOKU® on November 17, 2018, at 10:00 pm EST.
The movie tells the story of a mortuary attendant, who sells black hair that holds a dark secret. The hair sold by the morgue attendant comes from the dead body of a girl, and things turn chilling when it keeps growing. The work directed by Sion Sono has standout performances from Megumi Sato, Chiaki Kuriyama and Ren Osugi.
“The U.S. premiere of Hair Extensions is a testament to our commitment to offering the very best in Asian-Pacific entertainment. Starring the unforgettable Ren Osugi, the film’s unique theme promises to keep audiences on their toes,” said Jesús Piñango, who is Olympusat’s Director of Television Content Strategy.
Adding more excitement, TOKU® is featuring Young Sherlock beginning November 08, each Monday at 08:00 pm EST. The drama from China is about Di Ren Jie, who stops an attempt to assassinate Empress Wu. Impress by Di Ren Jie’s quick thinking and bravery, Empress Wu orders him to look into the matter. Directed by Lin Feng, the drama features an ensemble cast led by Stephy Qi, Bosco Wong, and Ma Tianyu.
Besides, TOKU® will feature Gachinko Running’s network premiere on November 11, 2018, at 10:00 pm EST. The story of the Japanese film, directed by Akira Hirose and set in Kirikaze High, follows the continuous battle for supremacy between school class cliques. When new school kids tip the balance, stakes are determined in a speedy drift race. The movie stars Joe Hyûga, Takeshi Hokumen, and Hisashi Fukuda.
TOKU® is owned and operated by the media corporation named Olympusat®. The corporation is a leader in Hispanic TV and media space, a position it established via its English and Spanish TV networks. TOKU® is presently available also on cable providers AT&T’s U-VERSE® and Comcast’s XFINITY®. In case you do not subscribe to cheapest cable TV, you can tune into TOKU® via its online streaming service or Amazon Prime®.