Cast Member: Kanji Tsuda
Crying Out Love, In The Centre Of The WorldMar 4, 2015
This is still the kind of delicate drama that has enough of a hook to keep the audience enthralled until the end.
Dead SushiMar 5, 2015
Extremely silly, camp, surreal and gory, ‘Dead Sushi’ is a bonkers ride of flesh eating sushi, kung fu, flying squids, sushi sex (!) and a daughter’s quest to earn the respect of her father.
Ju-On: The GrudgeApr 2, 2015
If you think Japanese horror cinema is becoming mired in recently coined cliché, or you simply love being scared, the troubling, dreadful world of ‘Ju-on’ is required viewing.
My S.O. Has Got DepressionMay 3, 2015
Blessed with the presence of Aoi Miyazaki – possibly the cutest actress in the universe – the story of two ordinary people dealing with life-changing illness is uplifting without being glib.
Nobody To Watch Over MeMay 4, 2015
‘Nobody To Watch Over Me’ packs quality into every area, from the probing direction to a superb cast without a weak link among them.
Survive Style 5+Jun 5, 2015
If you just remember to bring a sense of humour, and wonder, you’ll be rewarded with what is easily one of the best Japanese films of the year.
Tokyo SonataJun 15, 2015
An outstanding drama and so much more, ‘Tokyo Sonata’ is captivating arthouse cinema.
Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein GirlJun 20, 2015
‘Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl’ is fun, especially if watched drunk and with a group of like minded fans but the mini genre is fast becoming saturated with each entry being a little less mad, bad and cult like.