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MIDNIGHT HORROR SCHOOL
11 min. x 52 eps
Created by: Naomi Iwata
Support: 3D CG Animation
Target: 6 - 12 year olds
Produced by:
   Milky Cartoon Co., Ltd.
   Hakyhodo DY Media Partners
     Incorporated

What is "Midnight Horror School"?

Featuring ghost kids in a surreal elementary school setting, Midnight Horror School (HMS) masterfully blends mystery, fun, and horror for six through twelve-year olds in full-CG 3D animation.

At night, classroom objects, that could be anything, transmute into "kid-ghosts" and "midnight school life" begins. A little scary, but irresistibly enticing.

On the stroke of the midnight - as children drift into the dream land of slumber - their school transforms itself into a surreal schoolhouse. Familiar classroom objects suddenly transform into "ghost-kids"... and the fun begins! Enter our cast of characters: "Hikky", the pencil boy, drawing graffiti on the chalkboard; "Docky", a skeletal specimen who loves to slide down the handrail and timing himself; "Piranin", a quasi-fish person, floating in the pond and sighing "I'm dead tired...; "Tuby", a boy from a coloring book, forever searching for his cap, which is always on his head anyway. Something fascinating and bizarre is always happening at Midnight Horror School.

A unique aspect of MHS is that no two character's names begin with the same letter. Each characters' name corresponds to a letter of the alphabet. We believe that this aspect will extensively broaden merchandising possibilities.

© 2002 Naomi Iwata/PROJECT MIDNIGHT HORROR SCHOOL
All Rights Reserved © 2003 Milky Cartoon Co., Ltd

 
 
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