Overview

The story of The Empire of Corpses takes place in 19th century Europe, and revolves around John Watson. He is scouted by the government to become a secret agent- However, Watson lives in a world where "Frankensteins"- human corpses that are re-purposed with a false soul in order to use them as laborers- are used to improve industrial development.

  1. Ryoutarou Makihara

    Director

  2. Satoshi Itō

    Novel

  3. Kouji Yamamoto

    Screenplay

  4. Keikaku Itou

    Writer

  5. Enjou Tou

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ayumu Murase

    Ayumu Murase

    Friday

  2. Yoshimasa Hosoya

    Yoshimasa Hosoya

    John H. Watson

  3. Akio Otsuka

    Akio Otsuka

    Mycroft Holmes

  4. Takayuki Sugo

    Takayuki Sugo

    The One

  5. Taiten Kusunoki

    Taiten Kusunoki

    Frederick Barnaby

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The Empire of Corpses
The Empire of Corpses

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Original Title 屍者の帝国

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 2, 2015
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Japanese

Runtime 2h 0m

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