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Release Date:
27 July 2006 (South Korea) See more »
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On her way to school, high school girl Nana sees a train accident. Then Nana and her friend Kanae start to come across various bizarre phenomena... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Erika Sawajiri ... Nana
Chinatsu Wakatsuki ... Kanae
Shun Oguri ... Shunichi
Aya Sugimoto ... Kumi
Itsuji Itao
Aja
Sae Shimizu
Eiki Kitamura
Kôki Katô
Suzuno Nomura
Kazuya Sato
Haru Makino
Shinji Rokkaku
Motofumi Takaya
Rena Sakaki
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Miyoko Asada

Christine M. Auten ... Yaeko / Lady Zombie / Zombie 4 (voice: English version)
Chris Ayres ... Zombie 1 (voice: English version)
Eden J. Barrera ... Lost & Found Man (voice: English version)
Clint Bickham ... Yohei (voice: English version)

Shelley Calene-Black ... Kanae's Mother (voice: English version)

Charles Campbell ... Saeki / TV Announcer (voice: English version)
Luci Christian ... Co-Worker / Zombie 2 / Student 1 (voice: English version)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ... Nana (voice: English version)
Rebekah Dahl ... Masae / Voice Mail (voice: English version)

Jason Douglas ... Kawamura (voice: English version)
Shannon Emerick ... Takashi (voice: English version)
Cynthia Ann Feaster ... Misaki (voice: English version)
Alice Fulks ... Kumi (voice: English version)
Hilary Haag ... Student 3 (voice: English version)
Jay Hickman ... Kurahashi / Zombie 7 (voice: English version)
Yuriko Hiro'oka
Kyle Jones ... Weird Guy / Train Announcer / Station Attendent (voice: English version) (as K.C. Jones)
Brittney Karbowski ... Noriko / Zombie 3 / Student 2 (voice: English version)
Mark Laskowski ... Shigeru (voice: English version)
Kelly Manison ... Yaeko (voice: English version)
George Manley ... Yoshida (voice: English version)
Kalob Martinez ... Shunichi (voice: English version)
Sachiko Matsuura

Vic Mignogna ... Zombie 5 (voice: English version)
Shirô Namiki

Lidia Porto ... Yasuko (voice: English version)
Shigeru Saiki
Blake Shepard ... Zombie 6 (voice: English version)
Shirô Shimomoto

Serena Varghese ... Kanae (voice: English version)
Anita Vasquez ... Takano (voice: English version)
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Directed by
Takeshi Furusawa 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Takeshi Furusawa 
Scott Gensch  additional material
Erika Tanaka 

Produced by
Yoshitaka Ishizuka .... producer
 
Other crew
Mikiko Koyama .... script supervisor
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ghost Train" - USA (literal English title)
"Ghost Tunnel" - Singapore (English title)
"Lost and Found" - Japan (English title) (literal title)
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USA:92 min | Hong Kong:93 min
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When Nana goes with the train driver to find Noriko towards the end of the film, the number of the train is "507". In Japanese, "5" and "7" are pronounced "Go" and "Nana" respectively.See more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Entertaining, but not scary, 8 November 2010
Author: Tokyo-1997 from Singapore

This is a relatively nice movie for me. This movie deals a lot with friendship among two people, and really does remind me of One Missed Call Final. This movie is original. The entertaining scenes takes place in a train station. The opening scene in this movie is scary. I like the plot used in this movie. I like the cave like setting of this movie. I don't know why this movie is rated so low. The cave like setting for this movie and the use of the train station in this movie is very original. I love the ending in this movie. This movie is a little touching as well. However, there are flaws in this movie. The acting in this movie is a little poor. The GCI effects were very poor except for the last ten minutes. The whole movie was not scary at all. There were only two scenes that were scary. Tension and fear was not built very well in this movie. This movie becomes very melodramatic at times, and its pacing becomes just as slow as a snail,especially the scene where the girl calls her friend using the hand phone. This movie is one of the least scariest Japanese horror movies, but not the worst definitely. This movie shows that a good movie need not be scary. This movie is really entertaining and has some very interesting ideas, like the use of the bracelet being stuck to one of the girl's hand. The train station scene in this movie is nowhere as creepy or spooky as The Red Shoes. This movie is entertaining, though not as great as some of the other J-horrors such as Ringu, Ju-on or One Missed Call.

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