13 Assassins (2010)
A retired samurai has to assemble a squad of assassins and set a town-sized trap.
Big Bang Love: Juvenile A (2006)
Boy meets boy in a surreal prison for convicted murderers.
Blade Of The Immortal (2017)
Manga tale of an immortal warrior, who cannot be released from his torment until he has killed 10000 evil-doers.
Dead Or Alive (1999)
Cops versus the Japanese mafia thriller.
Dead or Alive: Final (2002)
A renegade cyborg locks horns with a hard-boiled cop in the final part of Takashi Miike's sci-fi trilogy.
Gozu (2003)
A troubled gangster takes refuge in an inn where strange fertility rites will change him forever.
The Great Yokai War (2005)
A young boy is chosen as the defender of good and must team up with Japan's ancient spirits and creatures of lore to attempt to destroy the forces of evil.
The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001)
Running a guest house proves deathly for a family. Just as well they know a few good songs.
Hara-Kiri: Death Of A Samurai (2011)
Takashi Miike follows 13 Assassins with a neo-classical remake of the Yasuhiko Takiguchi story about desperate, impoverished ronin and implacably cruel feudal lords.
Ichi The Killer (2001)
Ultra-violent film about an autistic-turned-killing machine.
The Mole Song: Final (2021)
In the final part of the trilogy, the yakuza clan he infiltrated tries to import pasta made entirely of methamphetamines: speed-a-ronis.
Shield Of Straw (2013)
Five police officers struggle to protect a murder suspect afer a powerful man puts a price on his head.
Three Extremes (2004)
Three of Asia's premier horror directors deliver spine-tingling short tales of terror, torture and tormented twins.
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