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Far Cough 11:28 Sun Feb 10
Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
Anyone seen these? They're brilliant, a blind masseur who is super skilled swordsman


I'm hooked

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Far Cough 6:41 Thu Feb 14
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series

Blunders 12:22 Mon Feb 11
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
the Kitano remake is decent too.

Yeah, he's good but I prefer Shintaro Matsu

Blunders 2:13 Tue Feb 12
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
another thumbs up for One Cut of the Dead here. Saw it at the Prince charles cinema a few weeks back, great fun.

arsene york-hunt 4:04 Mon Feb 11
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
In the Realm of the Senses anybody?

Anything by Akira Kurasowa for me.

chim chim cha boo 2:10 Mon Feb 11
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Saw One Cut Of The Dead recently, a really good Japanese horror film that turns into a comedy that turns into a film about a film director and his daughter not respecting him. I really enjoyed it.

The first scene is 37 minutes without a cut and most of the rest is how it came to be made. Very clever, meticulous and watchable, and I don't even really like horror films.

Far Cough 12:33 Mon Feb 11
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
Hi Blunders, Toshiro Mifune will remain my favourite actor but Shintaro Matsu runs him a close second

Blunders 12:22 Mon Feb 11
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
the Kitano remake is decent too.

BRANDED 11:38 Sun Feb 10
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
Back in the day they were

Far Cough 11:36 Sun Feb 10
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
I've just discovered them, why, were they all the rage?

BRANDED 11:32 Sun Feb 10
Re: Japanese Movies: Zatoichi series
Is this the 1990s?





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