Chester meets a POW in the jungle, who may be a yurei, while other Japanese Americans face bureaucratic humiliation in the camp.
In the jungle with the U.S. Army, Chester begins to see the yurei may actually be following him.
Yuko takes a new victim, then sets her eyes on yet another.
Aberama seeks revenge, while Tommy must forge an alliance with someone he loathes.
After Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans are taken to the camps, and there the obake continue to haunt the community.
Jack invites the military into the Parsonage, where he allows his personal life to be seen with clear eyes.
The Agape must close, so Jack offers his home. And Ernest has come back to Los Angeles.
TUMBBAD is a unique piece of cinema that thrills & also proves to be a great sociopolitical allegory about modern India.
Jay and Fauna go to Hawaii in search of Tamar
David Mackenzie's tale of Robert the Bruce avoids the myths, focusing on the fierce man of flesh and blood.
This is the (supposedly) bloody tale of Erzsébet Báthory, the Blood Countess, who might have killed over 600 people.
This is the story of the Orloj, Prague's astronomical clock. Its earliest part dates back to 1410. And its history may be coated in blood.