Although most people abandoned ship after the J-horror bubble burst a few years ago, I'm still on-board this dodgy vessel, ready and willing to stuff long-haired ghosts and spooky spectral children into my supernaturally-starved psyche. Hideo Nakata, a man whose name is almost synonymous with Asian genre fare, is set to unleash his latest creation, the 2010 slasher "The Incite Mill", on the unsuspecting Japanese masses this October. The film follows the adventures of ten people locked inside an underground complex for seven days, during which they're forced to play a game that involves -- you guessed it -- murdering their companions. With Nakata behind the proverbial wheel, it should be an interesting experience, if nothing else. "The Incite Mill" opens on October 16th.