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報告老師! 怪怪怪怪物!

報告老師! 怪怪怪怪物! (2017)
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Taiwanese Netflix Release: January 14, 2019 Spanish Netflix Release: January 1, 2019 Panamanian Netflix Release: December 26, 2018 Costa Rican Netflix Release: December 26, 2018 Brazilian Netflix Release: December 26, 2018 Mexican Netflix Release: December 26, 2018
Teen Screams, Horror Movies, Supernatural Horror Movies, Taiwanese Movies, Chinese Movies, Zombie Horror Movies
Director(s): Giddens Ko


A schoolboy joins his bullies in torturing a flesh-eating ghoul, but unbeknownst to them, the creature has a troubled past -- and a sister. Schoolboys who tyrannize others. Creatures who eat humans. Monsters, like bullies, are as cruel as they are vulnerable.

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Deng Yu-kai, Kent Tsai, Eugenie Liu, Pei-hsin Lin, Carolyn Chen, James Lai, Tao Meng, Bonnie Liang, Yu-Kai Teng

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