Miike talks of what drew him to Goro in the lead role. Graveyards of Honor (2-Di... Graveyard of Honor was based on a novel about a real-life gangster Rikio Ishikawa. Definitely brings back memories of the 90s…, I don't know. On September 8, 2020, Arrow Video will release the Blu-ray for Graveyards of Honor, a 2-disc collector’s set that will include films from Japanese cult directors Kinji Fukasaku (Battles without Honor and Humanity) and Takashi Miike (Audition). Graveyards of Honor | Blu-ray (Arrow Video). Miike knew he couldn’t obscure Fukasaku especially since the director had just blown away audiences with the ultra violent Battle Royale. Starring: Tetsuya Watari, Tatsuo Umemiya, Yumi Takigawa, Noboru Ando, … Interview Special” (17:59) features Miike and cast members Goro Kishitani and Narimi Arimori. I’d like to see a movie that takes place…, Stephen, great choice in Trailer.
Miike takes the film in a different direction by not sticking with novel and not making it a period piece. Less a direct remake of Fukasku’s film than a radical reimagining of the same overarching premise, Miike’s film captures both the hedonism and nihilism of the modern Japanese crime scene in deliriously stylish fashion, resulting in a fascinating companion piece to the original that nonetheless stands as its own entity. He’s violent and won’t back down when he wants something. • Imagery gallery He talks a bit about Fukasuka’s career in making Yakuza movies. She gives a bit of a comparison between the new films, but the focus turns completely on Miikie’s work around this time. Rikio Ishikawa (Goro Kishitani) isn’t born to be a mobster. After stints as Cultural and Film Editor on local magazines, he took up residency as Film Editor at Backseat Mafia. He was Associate Producer of the documentary "Moving Midway." UPC: 760137407881 Many of the times that happens because the original version either gets buried in a studio’s vault or was in a foreign language. No copyright infringement intended. A Portrait of Rage (19:46) is an archival appreciation of Fukasaku and his films, featuring interviews with filmmakers, scholars, and friends of the director.
Do you…, I knew you'd enjoy this one. Using a range of techniques, including drowning major milestones in beautiful monochrome and a myriad of inventive camera angles, Fukasaku creates wildly thrilling and exhilaratingly kinetic bursts of bloody action and chaos. DC Comics & January 2021 Solicitations Spoilers: Post Dark Nights: Death Metal’s Future State Teased Plus Concept Art & Some Interior Art! The movies are subtitled in English. Audio: Stereo Theatrical trailer (1:39) points out from the start that this is a new version of the tale of the most brutal man in Japan at this time. Before he can hand in his resignation, however, a strange cyber virus attacks Psychobook, the CIA’s operating system, forcing Gagano to enter cyberspace via virtual reality to combat the threat. Agustín Mateo, Daniel Tadesse, Gerda-Annette Allikas, Guillermo Llansó | Writer: never miss the latest news, reviews, live event coverage, audio podcasts, exclusive interviews and commentary for Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Comics, Video Games! • Original lossless Japanese PCM 2.0 stereo soundtrack
Staff & A double feature of the original and remake of the Japanese horror film Graveyards of Honor, the absurd comedy Jesus Shows you the Way to the Highway and the drama ivansxtc are coming to Blu-ray in September from Arrow Video and MVD Entertainment Group. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Arrow have announced their full September 2020 slate with a number of titles joining Cinema Paradiso over the month. SKU: AV286 The short is in Japanese with subtitles. Arrow have announced their full September 2020 slate with a number of titles joining Cinema Paradiso over the month. © 2006-2020 SciFi Japan About Arrow Films. Rarely does anyone say, “You gotta see both versions!” Graveyards of Honor is a boxset that contains both the original and the remake. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 2017 gave us 2 of…, Korean history sure is fascinating. I suspected that this movie is not for me. Audio commentary by Miike biographer Tom Mes goes into Miike’s look at the underworld. As payback, the lowly bartender becomes his right hand man.
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