Takashi Miike

First Look at Takashi Miike's Vampire-Driven Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld

The worlds of martial arts, the Yakuza, and horror are set to collide as Twitch has scored the first look at Takashi Miike's latest guaranteed to kick ass flick, Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld, starring Raid star Yayan Ruhian.

Raid Star Yayan Ruhian Will Kick Ass in Takashi Miike's Vampire Flick Yakuza Apocalypse

Nothing quite gets us pumped up here on Dread like news of a new Takashi Miike film, and the controversial Japanese filmmaker's next has got some pretty badass star-power attached, which makes the news all the more exciting. Read on!

Takashi Miike to Do As God Says for Toho

Takashi Miike is a staple name in the world of cutting edge lunacy in cinema. The man has delivered the goods time and time again, and now he's heading into Battle Royale territory for an adaptation of As God Says (Kamisama no lu Tori) for Toho.

Takashi Miike Returns to the Horror Genre for Retelling of Yotsuya Kaiden

The great Takashi Miike is making his way back to the horror genre with an as of yet to be titled new film focusing on one of Japan's most famous ghost stories, Yotsuya Kaiden. Read on for the first details.

First Word on Sitges 2013: Poster Debut; Takashi Miike Bringing Lesson of the Evil to the Fest

The countdown has begun! Exactly six months from today Sitges 2013 will raise the curtain to a Festival that will include iconic Japanese director Takashi Miike, who has confirmed he will be attending the Festival with a brand new film: Lesson of the Evil.

Juno Mak and Takashi Miike to Bring Forth The Torturer, The Cleaner and The Gravedigger

No, the insanely long title above is not three movies, but hopefully it will be one exceptional one, and given the talent involved, we're pretty confident it will be. Read on for the first details on The Torturer, The Cleaner and The Gravedigger.

New Trailer for Takashi Miike's Lesson of Evil

We told you about Takashi Miike's new film Lesson of the Evil a while ago, and now a full trailer is here which illustrates the fact that the master is back in top form. A theatrical release is slated for November. Read on for details.

Takashi Miike Back in the Red with a Lesson of the Evil

We told you about Takashi Miike's new film Lesson of the Evil a while ago, and now that a teaser trailer has arrived, we couldn't be more stoked as the Japanese gore-meister is definitely traveling once again on the brutal side of the fence.

Takashi Miike to Teach a Lesson of the Evil Kind

Takashi Miike. The name is synonymous with some of the most riveting cinema we have seen over the last couple of decades. Any time his name becomes attached to a new project we sit up and listen. So should you.

The Horrors of Cannes 2011

The Cannes Film Festival has never really been known as a hotbed for genre films, and this year is no exception as the official lineup for the 64th edition of the fest has been announced, and by our count there are only two horror projects on the list.

Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Force Takashi Miike to Cancel US Appearance

Dread Central recently showcased The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s upcoming program Shinjuku Outlaw: 13 Films By Takashi Miike here. The visionary director was slated to make a rare US appearance at the festival to introduce a few of his films as well as conduct a Q&A.

Takashi Miike Retrospective Planned for The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema

Anyone who knows anything about modern Japanese cinema will tell you that no one makes as interesting a film as Takashi Miike.

Miike to Premiere Yatterman at NY Comic Con

Takashi Miike. Few names spark the imagination and feed the fires of fandom more than his when it comes to genre fans. The man has built a following that spans the globe. At the New York Comic Con, fans will meet the man himself as he debuts his latest film, Yatterman.

Three...Extremes (2004)

Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Bai Ling, Pauline Lau, Byung-hun Lee, Won-hee Lim Directed by Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike & Park Chan-Wook If there’s one sub-genre that has been criminally neglected over the years, it’s the anthology film. Some ideas simply work better in small doses, and ever since the demise of Tales From The Crypt, we’ve all been seriously deprived of good old-fashioned vignette horror.