Tag: kurosawakiyoshi

Review: BEFORE WE VANISH, What Makes Humans What We Are

An alien invasion film, made by Kurosawa Kiyoshi? That almost sounds too good to be true. And it is, kind-of. Yes, there is an alien invasion, but not surprisingly, Kurosawa is not much interested in displays of grand destruction, monsters...

Giveaway: Win 1 of 3 Halloween DVD Bundles

Are you adventuresome? Do you love horror? Do you like things that are free? Then we've we got a giveaway just for you -- and you -- and you -- thanks to our friends at Music Box Films and Doppelganger...

Full Trailer For Kurosawa's CREEPY

Kurosawa Kiyoshi does the marketers a favor with the title of his upcoming Creepy, a film that is, indeed, exactly what it promises on the tin. Nishijima Hidetoshi stars as criminal psychologist Takakura who is investigating a family's disappearance from...

Camera Japan 2015: Line-up And Recommendations

Every autumn the Camera Japan festival descends on Rotterdam for a long weekend, after which it transforms into a traveling festival which visits several other cities as well. This year, on September the 24th, the festival celebrates its 10th...

Review: Kurosawa's SEVENTH CODE, More Complex And Thrilling Than It First Appears

Those expecting another genre bending, bone-chilling spectacle from J-horror master helmer Kurosawa Kiyoshi may be a little disappointed with his low-budget, brisk, slow-moving 2013 feature Seventh Code. Without explaining anything, Kurosawa throws the viewer into a story that at...

Kurosawa's SEVENTH CODE: Maeda Atsuko Gets Kidnapped By Russian Mafia In First Trailer

Although Kurosawa Kiyoshi's latest film Seventh Code had its world premiere last month at Rome Film Festival, the first official trailer was released just a few hours ago today via Cinema Today's official website. Being a very innovative director, Kurosawa...

EYES OF THE SPIDER / SERPENT'S PATH DVD Hitting Shelves In UK On September 9

Films like Cure, Pulse and Retribution have helped to firmly establish director Kurosawa Kiyoshi as Japanese's master of suspense. As previously reported his rarely seen 1998 classics Eyes Of The Spider and Serpent's Path will soon be released on DVD...

Kurosawa's REAL Brings Minds Together In Lightning-Fast First Trailer

Bam! Zoom! Mind meld! The first teaser for Kurosawa Kiyoshi's Real (formerly known as A Perfect Day For Plesiosaur) may not not have any English subtitles, but it still got me plenty excited. Set for theatrical release in Japan on...

Third Window Films Gives Twitch A Peek Into A Great 2013. Tsukamoto, Miike, Kurosawa, Nakamura, & More!

Our good friends at one of the world's finest DVD distribution labels, Third Window Films, have given us an early look at their 2013 schedule, and it looks awesome!Several of these titles are films we've already previewed for TWF in...