Red Post on Escher Street (2020)

Sion Sono does not only offer an eloquent celebration of the beauty of the crazy little thing called desire, but also delivers a truly powerful encouragement for the contemporary subject to unshackle himself from the societal or psychological imposed restrictions and fight for his/her desire.

One Missed Call (2003) Review

Miike’s horror-narrative provides all the thrills, and tropes for that matter, fans of J-horror have come to expect from the genre.

Japan Cuts 2020: Our recommendations.

“We introduce our recommendations for this year’s Japan Cuts, including Labyrinth of Cinema (2019), Murders of Oiso (2019), Extro (2020), Roar (2019), and Shell and Joint (2019).”

First Love (2019) Review

“Takashi Miike’s latest beautifully underlines that the only kind of violence worthy of humanity is a violence born out of love.”

Death By Hanging (1968) Review

“A true classic of political driven cinema that has, maybe contrary to one’s expectations, remained as relevant as it was in the past.”

Like A Dragon (2007) review

“A clear case of a film translation gone wrong. People are, in fact, far better off playing the game.”