This teaser trailer for a Japanese, live-action Fatal Frame movie reminds us that a picture is worth 1,000 ghosts.

According to Bloody Disgusting, a teaser trailer has been released for a film based off of Project Zero, which is also known as Fatal Frame outside of Japan. Instead of an old house filled with ghosts, this Japanese horror film will star models Nakajo Ayami and Morikawa Aoi as two girls' high school dormitory students who find out about some mysterious disappearances happening throughout their campus. As we expect, these missing girls have been taken by malevolent ghosts, and only an ancient camera has the ability to seal the evil specters away.

Based on the trailer, it seems that the ghosts of this Project Zero film are going to be depicted by live actors and actresses and won't have the grey, ethereal look we have seen from the many phantasms of the Fatal Frame series. Since this teaser trailer was only 35 seconds long, there is still a chance we could see the likes of that extra creepy ghost with the broken neck from Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly.

'Project Zero' will debut in Japanese theaters on Sept. 26. There has yet to be any word as to an official western release of the film, but we're sure there will be plenty of ways to find a subtitled version of this horror flick. Based on the trailer, the release of this film is likely to coincide with the release of the fourth Project Zero game, launching exclusively for Wii U in Japan.