Noboru Iguchi--director of such all-the-way crazy things as Machine Girl and RoboGeisha--has created a new film for the prosecution to use as evidence in his inevitable trial. Promising "sushi action," "sushi violence," and "sushi erotica" (this is accurate by any interpretation of "sushi erotica"), Dead Sushi stars High Kick Girl's Rina Takeda and a man with a giant fish head in a dramatic tale about sushi somehow becoming sentient and attacking people, and maybe that turns the victims into zombies or something, but who can really tell. Watch the trailer below.
Wolverine's last adventure takes him to Japan, where his immortality is threatened, and he can at last buy all the hard-to-get manga and dating sims he's had his eye on. Logically, then, you'll want to watch this Japanese trailer for The Wolverine. It's the most authentically J... / Continue →
Though we've long theorized spy work to be the most-fulfilling dangerous work to watch a kid partake in, those great innovators of Japan have some new evidence to prove otherwise: Kid's Police, a hard-boiled, '70s detective drama that puts children in the roles of the cops. It ... / Continue →
The trailer for Dead Sushi left unresolved a lot of questions about the killer sushi film. Among them: What the fuck is happening here? Why does this man have a fish head? The sushi are humping each other, too? Again, Japan? Is this really how you want to continue to be known a... / Continue →