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One of last year’s collaborations between Bloody Disgusting and Dark Star Pictures was Japanese crime thriller Missing, now nominated for the 51st annual Saturn Awards!

Deadline explains, “The Saturns, which honor the best in genre entertainment across film and television, are organized by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror.”

Missing has been nominated in the “Best International Film” category, alongside Madeleine Collins, The Origin of Evil, Ransomed, Speak No Evil and Sisu.

You can see the full list of Saturn Awards nominations over on Deadline.

Winners will be announced February 4, 2024.

In Missing from Bloody Disgusting and Dark Star Pictures…

“Depressed and in debt following the death of his wife, Santoshi (Jiro Sato) tells his young daughter he has found a way out. Pointing to a reward note, he vows to find the infamous serial killer ‘No Name’ (Hiroya Shimizu) and cash in, claiming to have seen the man in the flesh a few days earlier. Kaeda (Aoi Ito) cannot take her aloof father seriously.

“But when he goes missing without a trace, she starts to fear the worst—and must begin looking for him.”

Missing is written and directed by Shinzô Katayama. The filmmaker crossed paths with Bong Joon-Ho while shooting TOKYO! (2008) and served as his assistant director on Mother (2009). In 2019, his debut feature, Siblings of the Cape was selected by numerous domestic and international film festivals.

“Director Shinzô Katayama has beautifully crafted a story that will keep audiences on their toes,” said Dark Star Pictures President, Michael Repsch.

Missing is a nonstop engaging thriller that erupts into a helluva shocking finale,” adds BD’s Brad Miska. “We can’t wait to play this game of cat-and-mouse with horror fans.”

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