Yakuza Wolf 2: Extend My Condolences

Blu-Ray Rating: ***

Reviewed by: Donald Munro

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Yakuza Wolf 2: Extend My Condolences

The BluRay set for Yakuza Wolf 1 and 2 is fairly minimal. Apart from the two films there are a couple of trailers that are fun to watch and one documentary which is informative. The menu system is clean and easy to use. The layout and artwork of the box and discs matches the aesthetics of the films, and there's also a limited edition collector’s booklet.

The restoration of the films has been well done. The image quality is good, and the sound is crisp. The subtitling appears to be accurate and well enough timed to always be easily readable. One niggle is that the subtitles can't be turned off via the menu.

Copy picture Reviewed on: 21 Feb 2024
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A lonely, clifftop mansion is attacked in no-holds barred massacre.

Product Code: B0CNDCWXMY

Region: 0

Extras: 1080p presentations of both Yakuza Wolf and Yakuza Wolf 2 across two Blu-ray discs, from new restorations of the original film elements by Toei; audio commentaries; a featurette by Howard Hughes looking at the Spaghetti Western influences on Yakuza Wolf; original theatrical trailers; limited edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Chris Malbon; limited edition collector’s booklet featuring new writing by Tom Mes and Howard Hughes.

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