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Big pop-culture franchises generate movie sequels as naturally as chickens lay eggs.

Directed by first-timers Kazuhiko Hiramaki and Takuya Kawasaki, “Tokyo Ghoul ‘S'” is a follow-up to “Tokyo Ghoul,” a 2017 sci-fi horror film based on Sui Ishida’s hit manga about a college boy who becomes, through no fault of his own, part ghoul. That is, he looks and feels human but, to his own immense disgust, craves human flesh.

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