The onryo, or “vengeful ghost,” is a popular Japanese horror trope that this life-long fright fan never fully jumped on the bandwagon for. It’s a genre convention that reached its peak of popularity during the early 2000s (at least here in the U.S.), however films of its nature are still cranked out on a semi-regular basis, most of which are unavailable in the Western market. Which brings us to Japan Flix, a new digital distribution venture that makes never-before-released Japanese films available for the first time via their streaming website. While scanning the first batch of films available, one immediately stood out from the pack: 2009’s TEKE TEKE. Seriously, could I really turn down a movie with such an off-the-wall concept? Well, upon deeper digging, it turns out the premise isn’t actually as unique as I originally thought it was.