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Takashi Miike Is Killing Kids Again! - Here's The First Trailer For As the Gods Will (2014)

Director Takashi Miike describes his new film As The Gods Will this way:  “They live, some heads roll, they run, blood sprays, they cry, they laugh and then they die – in other words, a fun movie.” 135 more words


Katsuhito Ishii's SMUGGLER (2011)

SMUGGLER. Katsuhito Ishii. 2011.

After a long hiatus, Ishii returned with Smuggler in 2011, one of my favorite films to come out of East Asia in years. 1,534 more words


Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai

Benim için Japon sinemasının en akıl çıkarıcı akımlarından biri, bir yönetmenden çok daha fazlası olan Akira Kurosawa’nın Japon kültürü ve samuraylar üzerinden kurguladığı, Shakespeare ve Dostoyevski gibi Batı edebiyatının en önemli yazarlarının eserlerine yaptığı uyarlamalardır. 420 more words

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Fantasia 2014: Get goofy with Takashi Miike's cops and yakuza comedy on Saturday afternoon

Takashi Miike’s cops and yakuza comedy The Mole Song – Undercover Agent Reiji (Mogura no uta – sennyu sosakan: Reiji)will be shown on Saturday July 19, 2014 at 2:20 p.m. 676 more words

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Ten Lessons on Filmmaking from Director Takashi Miike by Ariston Anderson

Few directors out of Japan are as controversial as Takashi Miike, a man who has been surprising audiences for years with anything from stomach-wrenching horror films to slick yakuza films to happy-go-lucky children’s films, with no less than 70 directing credits to his name. 1,521 more words


On 13 Assassins

Ah, the first Japanese film of this series. 13 Assassins by Takashi Miike is, hands down, one of my favorite Samurai films of all time.1 The film has some big boots to fill because, after all, it’s standing on the shoulders of such films as Seven Samurai.2… 1,391 more words


What A Bloody Mess Part 2: Takashi Miike's Ichi The Killer

Greetings loved ones! Liu is the name, and views are my game.

And welcome to the second installment in the What A Bloody Mess series. 2,522 more words

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