Tag: Japan

The Bloodthirsty Trilogy Review

The Bloodthirsty Trilogy Review

Toho studios brings the vampiric tropes of the Dracula legend to Japan.

Mary and the Witch's Flower Review

Mary and the Witch's Flower Review

An enchanting adventure.

Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 - Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies Review

Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 - Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies Review

Border Crossing: The Crime and Action Movies - Vol.2 of Seijun Suzuki’s early years is available from Arrow Academy now.

Blade of the Immortal Review
Re:Born Review

Re:Born Review

If you want my blood... come and get it.

Antiporno Review

Antiporno Review

Rarely has a film been truer to its title.

Your Name Review

Your Name Review

A visually stunning and beautifully gentle coming-of-age story.

LFF 2017: Close-Knit Review

LFF 2017: Close-Knit Review

Close knitting and cuddly penises...

New Battles Without Honour and Humanity: The Complete Trilogy Review

New Battles Without Honour and Humanity: The Complete Trilogy Review

New Battles Without Honour and Humanity: The Complete Trilogy

The Taisho Trilogy Review

The Taisho Trilogy Review

Though the films may appear to be obtuse they are beautifully haunting and dream-like, and enhanced by the extras that Arrow Academy has included on all six of these discs. This is a strong recommendation for any cinephile looking for something new.

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review

Sun's out, shoguns out.

Nintendo is Genius

Nintendo is Genius

Nintendo and genius are intertwined

The Life of Oharu Review

The Life of Oharu Review

Kenji Mizoguchi's breakthrough classic, The Life of Oharu, finally comes to Blu Ray thanks to Criterion, Ben Pinsent dives into this melancholy tale

In conversation: Shonen Knife

In conversation: Shonen Knife

The Japanese pop punk favourite's driving force, Naoko Yamano, answers our questions around her band’s new album Adventure.

Hiroshima Mon Amour Review

Hiroshima Mon Amour Review

Alain Resnais' hauntingly beautiful Hiroshima Mon Amour is gorgeously restored and is a stunner.

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Review

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Review

Isao Takahata's, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya comes to Blu-ray from StudioCanal.