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The 10 Most Anticipated Japanese Live Action Films of 2017

March Comes In Like a Lion

Blade of the Immortal

Full Metal Alchemist

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Takashi Miike's IMPRINT (2006): A sick and twisted tale of pain and torture

Takashi Miike’s “Imprint” was originally made in 2006 for the TV series “Masters of Horror”, the film is only 62 minutes long and was supposed to be part of that show where famous horror directors were presenting an original story to be broadcasted on TV.  232 more words

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Terraformars (Live-Action) - Review

It’s the future. Well, no, it’s currently the present, but eventually it will become the future. In saying that, though, by the time the future comes along it will be regarded as the present, but let’s not split hairs. 1,389 more words

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Sukiyaki Western Django (2008)

A lone gunman rides into a small town being ravaged by a war between two rival gangs.

Rather than yet another remake, Sukiyaki Western Django is more an amalgam of Yojimbo and its most celebrated cover version, A Fistful of Dollars. 222 more words

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The ASIDESTEPS CANON - vol. II

The Canon. One hundred films with nothing from the top 250 Sight & Sound poll. These are the b-sides; un-canonised, free from decades of perception and discussion, but great films in their own right. 938 more words

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TOP 5 Takashi Miike Movies

A Bloodbuzz: The Psychedelic Art of Takashi Miike

By Ash Lomen

In my dreams there are visions of conjoined twins and severed tongues, of doomed SWAT teams and Yakuza thugs hellbent on body modification with an Uzi, love letters written in sperm and mirthless Kappa demons cackling in the tall grass, robots engaging in the homoerotic power of friendship, chi blasts, rusty blades, men with guns, men with swords, men with wings, and the island of Japan in the enduring eye of a storm that is born both from a skin-based rocket and the mind of a madman. 542 more words

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