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Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Japan
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GINTAMA

GINTAMA

Written and Directed by: Yuichi Fukuda
Starring: Shun Oguri

Based on the best-selling Science Ficion action-comedy comic with over 50 million copies sold worldwide,

A BEAUTIFUL STAR

A Beautiful Star

Directed by YOSHIDA Daihachi
Original novel “Utsukushii Hoshi” by Yukio MISHIMA

An adaptation of a tragicomedy by Yukio MISHIMA, a Japanese literature giant.

MUSEUM

Director: Keishi Otomo
Cast: Shun Oguri, Machiko Ono

Based on the Japanese cult comic MUSEUM by Ryousuke Tomoe, it is the shivering story of a detective against a serial killer in a frog mask claiming himself as an artist. The Frogman kills the victims only on rainy days with different, somewhat artistic styles and presents the bodies as though to be found..

TERRAFORMARS

Director: Takashi Miike
Cast: Hideaki Ito
Emi Takei
Tomohisa Yamashita

Slum-dwelling Shokichi takes responsibility for the crime of murder to protect Nanao, the girl he has grown up with and cares for.

THE VIRGIN PSYCHICS

Director and Writer: Sono Sion
Cast: Shota Sometani, Elaiza Ikeda, Erina Mano

I am psychic! You are psychic! Everyone is psychic... but still virgin!

TIME SCOOP HUNTER

A time space journalist travels to various eras to document the hi

dden stories in the history.

Directed by Hiroyuki Nakao
Starring: Jun Kaname, Kaho, Anne, Saburo Tokito

THE ARMAGEDDON (AKA REBORN FROM HELL: SAMURAI ARMAGEDDON) (1996)

Samurai
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
85 mins.

Directed by: Seiichi Shirai
Hiroyuki Watanabe, Hiroshi Miyauchi

In the Samurai era of Japan, a devil's curse resurrects seven warriors who sought revenge when they died. The devil's curse and the seven intend to win the last war between Good and Evil! Realizing this, a prominent swordsman takes a stand against them.

THE ARMAGEDDON II (AKA REBORN FROM HELL II: JUBEI'S REVENGE) (1998)

Samurai
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
83 mins.

Directed by: Seiichi Shirai
Hiroyuki Watanabe, Yuko Moriyama

The prominent swordsman, Jubei Yagyu, manages to fell the great Musashi Miyamoto. He then proceeds to take on his own father, the brilliant Tajima no Kami...

BRIDAL OF ROSES (2001)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: 2011/3/1
81 mins.

Directed by: Hiroyuki Muto
Malice Mizer, Terumi Yoshinaga

A horror fantasy set in medieval Europe. The battle between Dracula and a man whose fianc? becomes the target of Dracula's affection. A very stylish vampire fantasy that stars the charismatic rock group Malice Mizer, known for their visually-stunning Goth-inspired performances.

D (1999)

Action
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/19/00
90 mins.

Directed by: Nobuya Okabe
Daisuke Nagakura, Masanoeri Machida

EKO EKO AZARAK: WIZARD OF DARKNESS (1995)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/08/95
81 mins.

Directed by: Shimako Sato
Kimika Yoshino, Miho Kanno

An attractive high school student, Misa Kuroi, uses her black magic powers to solve numerous mysterious cases. Based on the comic by Shinichi Koga. Stars Kimika Yoshino.

EKO EKO AZARAK II: BIRTH OF WIZARD (1996)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/20/96
83 mins.

Directed by: Shimako Sato
Kimika Yoshino, Wataru Shimodo

This is the prequel to the first film. The heroine, Misa Kuroi, explores her past and we finally discover the source of her awesome black magic powers. Kimika Yoshino returns as Misa.

EKO EKO AZARAK III: MISA THE DARK ANGEL (1998)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: 01/16/98
93 mins.

Directed by: Katsuhito Ueno
Hinako Saeki, Ayaka Nanami

Misa enrolls in a prestigious girls school to investigate the mystery of a burnt girl's corpse that had been discovered. However, there is unspeakable tragedy lying in wait in a Western-style building located in one corner of the campus! Hinako Saeki takes over the Misa role.

EKO EKO AZARAK: AWAKENING (2000)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/28/01
90 mins.

Directed by: Kosuke Suzuki
Natsuki Kato, Mitsuho Otani

A gruesome murder occurs in a forest. The corpse is contorted into a strange position, and the internal organs frozen! Somehow, Misa is at the scene of the crime, stunned into a state of shock. The media begin to point the finger at her... Misa is now played by Natsuki Kato.

EKO EKO AZARAK (TV SERIES) (1997)

Fantasy
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
25 mins. x 26 episodes

Directed by: Atsushi Shimizu
Hinako Saeki, Rie Imamura

This is the complete version of the TV series, which achieved record popularity ratings. Contains additional extreme scenes! Stars Hinako Saeki as Misa.
1. The black magic legend, Misa Kuroi, invites you into her strange world.
2. Misa makes three astrological predictions. What can they be?
3. Misa takes on three different forms and performs new ceremonies.
4. Three consecutive stories unfold as Misa confronts the Goddess of Darkness.
2-1. Misa takes on forbidden witchcraft practices in a hospital setting.
2-2. Evil forces descend on young girls, but why?
2-3. Three messengers from the world of darkness confront Misa.
2-4. Young girls in a final battle between Darkness and Light.

EM - EMBALMING (1999)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 07/31/99
96 mins.

Directed by: Shinji Aoyama
Reiko Takashima

An embalmer, Miyako, works on the dead body of Yuki, who seems to have committed suicide. Later, Yuki's body is stolen by someone and only her head remains...

FACE TO FACE (2002)

Horror
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
93 mins.

Directed by: Won Man Wan
Stephen Fung, Misaki Ito

A man is betrayed by his beloved wife and closest friend, who have taken over his family home and assets. But now, his unspeakable revenge against the pair commences... This Japan-Hong Kong collaboration is a film adaptation based on Edogawa Ranpo's "White-Haired Demon."

*available for Korea only

THE MESSIAH FROM THE FUTURE (1997)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 03/08/97
80 mins.

Directed by: Atsushi Shimizu
Kazumi Murata, Takafumi Kashiwabara

A new high school Student Council President starts controlling the students under his strict rule. A student by the name of Kazumi arrives at the school. Many crimes have occurred, so she follows the cases to solve the mystery. Features Hinako Saeki.

THE MESSIAH FROM THE FUTURE (TV SERIES) (1997)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
25 mins. x 9 episodes

Directed by: Atsushi Shimizu
Kazumi Murata, Takafumi Kashiwabara

1. Ancient ruins, ESP, surges in the universe... Extreme paranormal phenomena disrupt the tranquility of a school.
2. A school controlled by paranormal phenomena... One young boy is in the midst of it all.
3. A group with ESP abilities dominates a school... What is their real purpose?

NEZULLA - THE RAT MONSTER (2002)

Horror
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Directed by: Kanta Tagawa
Daisuke Ryu, Yoshiyuki Kubota

The DN Company engages in bacteriological weapon research for the US Army, but faces a crisis when experiments produce a monstrous killer rat. The biohazard afflicts the neighboring area. John, an American soldier, Aso, of the Self-Defense Forces, and Yoko, of the lab, investigate. The bloodthirsty rat that lurks in the lab is a formidable foe! Martial law, quarantine, the battle against the monstrous rat begins. . .

TRANCEMISSION (1999)

Music
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/02/99
74 mins.

Directed by: Eiki Takahashi
Jun Murakami, Chiharu Kawai

Matsudo leads a normal life working in the futures market. But after receiving a promotion, he loses consciousness. He wakes up somewhere in between the dream world and reality. He finds that he has become part of some wicked human experiment. As the scalpel is slowly inserted into his brain, he loses his past memory and even control of his own body. This SF cyber-mystery features the rock band The Yellow Monkey, and stunning cutting-edge electronic music.

STACY (2001)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/18/01
88 mins.

Directed by: Naoyuki Tomomatsu
Natsuki Kato, Toshinori Omi

XMAS EVE (2001)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/21/01
81 mins.

Directed by: Toshiro Zoga
Mami Kurosaka, Akira Yamamura

It's the final Christmas Eve of the 20th century, and Atsuko and Kyoji are looking forward to taking their friendship to a new level as they head off to a surprise party at a holiday house in the wintry mountains. They expected their friends to be waiting there, but their flashlight reveals chaos as they go further into the rooms. This is not what they had expected. It turns out to be a real surprise party. . .

ZEIRAM (1991)

Action
Theatrical Release in Japan: 12/21/91
96 mins.

Directed by: Keita Amemiya
Yuko Moriyama, Kunihiko Ida

CYBORG SHE

Directed by Kwak Jae Yong
Haruka Ayase, Keisuke Koide

A beautiful girl shows up into the life of a dull university student and spends an unforgettable day with him. One year later, the same girl comes back to him, but this time, she was a cyborg turning his life upside-down. Director Kwak Jae Yong's one of the most entertaining epic of all with full of action scenes by a cute cyborg, played by a Japan's rising star Haruka Ayase.

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