2005’s Tokyo Zombie is directed and written by Sakichi Satô. In lieu of referencing other things that I can bet my bottom dollar will never be released in the States, how about I reference some of his non-directorial credits for… Read More ›
Month: October 2012
City Hunter The Motion Picture Review: So You Say This Is Not The City Hunter Film ?
When mangaka Tsukasa Hojo started releasing his manga City Hunter within the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, he started the ball rolling for what would be an almost fifteen yearlong franchise. By the end of City Hunter’s six year serialization… Read More ›
October Horror Special: Art of The Devil 2
Well if this did not interest me greatly; the 2005’s Art of the Devil 2 being directed by seven different people would. I will list them accordingly as members of the self-entitled “Ronin Team”: Pasith Buranajan, Kongkiat Khomsiri, Isara Nadee,… Read More ›
Wormwood Gentleman Corpse Review: Bloody Hilarious!
Black comedy is something of a fragile glass tool for humorists and writers alike. Pour too little, and it becomes forced and unnecessary, use too much and the work becomes uncomfortable and difficult to laugh at. As the years have… Read More ›
October Horror Special: Eternal Evil of Asia
1995’s Eternal Evil of Asia is directed by Man Kei Chin. Considering practically everything he has directed that has never been released over here (Eternal Evil’s practically unknown presence only helps this notion), I can say with conviction that my… Read More ›
Color of Rage Review: The Fresh Prince of Nippon
The Edo period, Japans love affair with the past, much like how in America they romanticized the Old West in various forms of media. Many story tellers have visited the Edo period time and time again wanting more, with one of… Read More ›
October Horror Special: A Tale of Two Sisters
2003’s A Tale of Two Sisters, is directed by Kim Ji-woon, who with fellow director Park Chan-wook, encapsulate most of the South Korean film and brings it to American attention. Starting with the big boom of Two Sisters, moderate attention… Read More ›
Project Blue Earth SOS Review: Science Fiction Anime Unlike Anything Seen Before
At CotBF, we have a predilection for late eighties and early nineties anime, not that we have what we have been reviewing them much lately, but you will see visual trends common between them and our review tonight. But for… Read More ›