Review by: Ifakoya English It is amazing what you find when you are on the search for nice vampire films to watch. Ranging from the standard monster flick to the oft-maligned romantic variant, vampire films come in many shapes and forms. However, this is possibly one of the only times where the classic vampire film has taken the form of a partially silent avant-garde indie … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Kyuketsu” an unholy, eighteen-wheeled truck of a film hits the viewer head-on
Japanese Film Reviews
Review By: Ifakoya English Opens at the Angelika Theater, March 11th There is little magic that compares with that of nostalgia, and few things as precious as memories. ONLY YESTERDAY delivered to the world in 1991 by the legendary Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle) is a charming masterpiece. Directed by Isao Takahata (The Tale of Princess Kaguya) … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Only Yesterday” – Old made new!…In English to boot!
Directed by: Yuji Shimomura Produced by: Yoshinori Chiba Written by: Seiji Chiba, Shinichi Fujita Music by: Rui Ogawa, Dir en grey Distributed by : Tokyo Shock Released: May 12, 2005 Running time: 90 min Language: Japanese Review By: Ifakoya English Oh man I remember this film fondly. Not only for its utter lack of ability to follow the basic story line of the manga, … [Read more...] about DVD Review: Death Trance – Looking Back
A Look Back: "Buraddo" (2009) English Title: BloodReview by: Ifakoya English BEHOLD! One of the most boring vampire movies ever made! I should have known this movie was going to be boring since it had a blander title than “Monster Girls Squad” but being that I got a kick out of movies with much simpler titles like “Q’ I decided I might as well give it a fair trial. … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Buraddo” – A look back at why we shouldn’t look back
A Look Back: "Ichi" (2008) English: …..Still Ichi Studio: Shochiku Distributor[s]: Warner Bros. Japan and Funimation Review by: Ifakoya English When your movie has the ability to make me smile just by looking at the poster. You’ve done something right. This film is a little gem, especially to those fans of the Zatoichi films or just Chambara [Samurai Cinema] films in … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Ichi”…It compels you, it draws you to it