If your knowledge of horror anthologies is limited to American films (Creepshow, V/H/S, etc.) or British productions (like the amazing Asylum or Tales from the Crypt), prepare to settle in with a wonderfully creepy four-story omnibus based on a 1902 collection of eerie Japanese folktales. "Miniature" horror stories have always been well-received in Japanese pop culture, so if Kwaidan (aka Kaidan) tickles your fancy, you'll find no shortage of Japanese films (and especially TV shows) that offer similar treats. But start here first, as it's not only a great introduction to creepy old Japanese ghost stories, but also a remarkably lovely film to look at.
Where to watch it: Stream on FilmStruck; rent on iTunes, Amazon