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Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul
Netflix Costa Rica

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Costa Rican Netflix Release: March 21, 2019
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Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Fantasy Movies, Teen Screams, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, International Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Horror Movies, Supernatural Horror Movies, International Action & Adventure, Japanese Movies
Director(s): Kentaro Hagiwara


College student Kaneki survives a ghoul attack, but becomes a ghoul-human hybrid. As he adjusts to his new life, ghoul hunters target his friends. He paid more attention to books than to the flesh-eating ghouls around him. Now he's half ghoul and he's got no choice.

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Masataka Kubota, Fumika Shimizu, Nobuyuki Suzuki, Hiyori Sakurada, Yu Aoi, Yo Oizumi, Kunio Murai, Kai Ogasawara, Shunya Shiraishi, Shoko Aida, Shuntaro Yanagi, Minosuke Bando, Nozomi Sasaki, Kenta Hamano, Seika Furuhata, Tomoya Maeno, Dankan, Ryo Iwamatsu

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