I can name that movie in three words. Glidey, Gauzy Ghosts.
Kuroneko is the antithesis of Onibaba's blunt, brute force, where sophistication lures in the unsuspecting, and stately bamboo replaces rushing reeds. Even lust is elevated and transformed into a sacrificial love poem. Nonetheless, all these tea ceremony niceties may fool the wandering Samurai, but it's still a cat eat dog world, where revenge may start out as a cry for justice, but in the end becomes a lament of be careful what you wish for.