Tag: third-window-films

Tokyo Fist Review

Tokyo Fist Review

Tetsuo director Shinya Tsukamoto steps into the ring! Matt Shingleton takes a look at the third window BD release.

See You Tomorrow, Everyone Review

See You Tomorrow, Everyone Review

The story of a boy who dreams small from Japanese director Yoshihiro Nakamura (Fish Story). Dave reviews the Third Window Film DVD release...

Tetsuo/Tetsuo II Review

Tetsuo/Tetsuo II Review

Third Window unleash Shinya Tsukamoto's dementedly imaginative industrial nightmare and its colour sequel on Blu-ray for the first time.

Third Window Films this summer

Third Window Films this summer

A trio of Japanese films this summer including Sion Sono's Himizu...

Cold Fish Review

Cold Fish Review

Sion Sono returns with an exhilarating work of vivid colour, twisted morality, and monstrous brutality.

Cold Fish (UK) in June

Cold Fish (UK) in June

Sion Sono's gruesome next film arrives on UK DVD/BD in late June...

Confessions Review

Confessions Review

Revenge and the parlous state of young people in the world today in Tetsuya Nakashima's Confessions. We tell you about the blu-ray

Memories of Matsuko Review

Memories of Matsuko Review

An unlikely Valentines Day release, but a welcome one nonetheless, as Third Window Films goes Hi-Def with their second Tetsuya Nakashima feature.

Fish Story Review

Fish Story Review

Music, drama, Sci-Fi and Action abound in Yoshihiro Nakamura's story of how a faded punk band saved the world. Available to own now from Third Window Films.

Kakera: A Piece of Our Life Review

Kakera: A Piece of Our Life Review

Momoko Ando makes her debut with Kakera - a film of finding love and one's self. Third Window Films' latest is available to own from today.

Instant Swamp Review

Instant Swamp Review

Third Window Films unleashes more Miki Satoshi upon the European market with his most recent comedy, guaranteed to delight those fresh off seeing Turtles are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers. Available to own from Monday.

Lala Pipo Review

Lala Pipo Review

There sure is. Kev takes a look at Third Window's presentation of Miyano Masayuki's debut comedy drama: a look into the lives of six individuals whose paths cross as each is drawn into the Japanese sex industry.

Kamikaze Girls Review

Kamikaze Girls Review

Tetsuya Nakashima’s highly infectious bubblegum-punk buddy movie makes it to BD here in the UK, courtesy of Third Window Films. Out Now.

Fine, Totally Fine Review

Fine, Totally Fine Review

Released on DVD this week, Kev takes a look at the debut comedy feature from Yosuke Fujita; a charming little tale of love, dreams and friendship.

Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers! Review

Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers! Review

Cutie Honey's Eriko Sato stars as wicked aspiring actress in Daihachi Yoshida's darkly comic tale of sibling rivalry, which is available to own courtesy of Third Window Films from May 11th.

Korean comedy in June

Korean comedy in June

Third Window Films turn their attentions to South Korea with two comedies arriving on UK DVD in June...

Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers Review

Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers Review

Miki Satoshi delightfully follows up 'In the pool' with the most unconventional of spy tales, in Third Window Film's recently released comedy feature.

Memories of Matsuko Review

Memories of Matsuko Review

Hot off the heels of "Kamikaze Girls", director Tetsuya Nakashima dives into adapting the bleak tale of a woman whose existence was filled with endless tragedy, but who remained an inspiration to others.

Kamikaze Girls Review

Kamikaze Girls Review

Before kicking up a storm with 'Memories of Matsuko', Tetsuya Nakashima turned his sights toward modern fashion trends; the result being an unlikely buddy movie in which two girls from different worlds go on an adventure to find a legendary embroiderer. Kev checks in.