Zombie Ass: it's the other, other white meat. Yeah, the flick has been around for a while now, but it hasn't landed distribution yet. Maybe it'll have some luck at this year's AFM. Check out the sales art.
Some quick distribution news has come in for Noburu Iguchi's latest film, Dead Sushi (review). Read on for when you'll be able to join the fight against some truly fishy characters with a penchant for human flesh!
Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead had its Canadian premiere during the Fantasia International Film Festival, and Trembles came back with a Motion Picture Purgatory review for the film from mad genius Noboru Iguchi. Check it out!
It’s not every day you get to interview one of Japanese’s biggest cult directors, but considering the fact that the Tokausatsu genre is amazingly prevalent for the Fantasia Film Festival crowd, it gave DC the chance to interview Noburu Iguchi about his film Dead Sushi!
More stills have come our way for the zany new zombie flick from acclaimed Japanese director Noboru Iguchi, Dead Sushi, and we have every strange moment for you right here on tap served with wasabi and ginger. Dig it!
An exclusive image has come our way from the hot wasabi action flick Dead Sushi from acclaimed Japanese director Noboru Iguchi, which will have its world premiere at Montreal’s prestigious Fantasia International Film Festival on July 22nd.
The Fantasia Film Festival just got a bit more spicy as yet another Japan-based sliver of lunacy has been added to their already brimming with cool film line-up! Read on for the latest and some stills from Dead Sushi!
That's right, kids! Step right up - it's nice, cold, and totally not safe for work! It's Zombie Ass, the other, other white meat. Put on your bib, bust out your Pepto-Bismol, and swallow down every distasteful second!
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that the Japanese love their biomechanical women! Subway Cinema (creator of the NY Asian Film Festival) is also aware of this fact and strives to bring these borderline psychotic movies to the States in the spirit of cultural exchange. To that end, May 18th sees the coming of RoboGeisha!
The new film by Tak (Be a Man! Samurai School) Sakaguchi, Noboru (Robo-Geisha) Iguchi, and Yoshihiro (Tokyo Gore Police) Nishimura, Sento Shojo (Japanese title) or Mutant Girls Squad, is in post production; and we've got a behind-the-scenes look at the editing process.
As if Tak Sakaguchi, Noboru Iguchi, and Yoshihiro Nishimura teaming up to direct Mutant Girls Squad (which we told you about here) wasn't splatter-tastic enough, now comes word that the Iguchi, Nishimura, and Takashi Shimizu TV show entitled The Ancient Dogoo Girl is being adapted into a feature film. What will our Japanese friends think of next?