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THE DENTIST (2000)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/19/00
84 mins.

Directed by: Shun Nakahara
Kenichi Endo, Amiko Kanaya

A dentist, impotent from his mother's death, recovers in the world of extreme SM. Directed by Shun Nakahara.

THE DOLL FROM HELL (1995)

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

Directed by: Sinobu Murata
Yuko Sakaki, Rie Kondo

Yuko Sakaki, active in movies, TV and print, individually takes on the challenge of three roles in this sexually-explicit horror. She plays the beautiful victim of a terrible massacre, the younger of twin sisters obsessed with revenge, and a tragic monster that is based on the novel-inspired "Necronomicon."

TOPPUKU RIDERS (1996)

Action
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
45 mins. x 2 episodes

Directed by: Tomomasa Yamazaki

A pack of riders aims to be the toughest and the fastest, as the swaggering team of daredevils risk their lives racing about. But then, a crisis looms as the 11th-generation group faces a break-up...

THE CURRENCY AND THE BLONDE (1999)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 01/22/00
84 mins.

Directed by: Rokuro Mochizuki
Taro Suwa, Eri Kimura

A university professor's secret passion: a fetish for "blonde hair." His masochistic fantasies gradually escalate into reality. Directed by Rokuro Mochizuki, screened at Venice.

THE EASY LIFE (1998)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/30/98
108 mins.

Directed by: Katsuji Kanazawa
Hiroyuki Ariyoshi, Kazunari Moriwaki

A pair of reckless, fearless delinquent youths in Kishiwada, Osaka, share a philosophy of "just enjoying the easy life." They encounter laughter, tears, brawls and anger as they fumble their way towards maturity. Features the popular "Saruganseki" duo.

THE MOONLIGHT (2002)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 2006/8/2
112 mins.

Directed by: Kenichi Kuramochi
Hekiru Shina, Kenji Kasahara

On the coast of Okinawa Island stands a tiny restaurant which serves goat dishes. The restaurant is named after the owner's late wife. The owner still suffers from profound regret that he could not do anything for her before she died. One day, a man appears at the restaurant, drawn by its light...

THE BLACKMAILER (1997)

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

Directed by: Satoshi Kaneda
Riki Takeuchi, Naomasa Musaka

Kenjyo is a private detective that serves his clients by obtaining funds through the blackmail of notorious criminals. But a chance phone call from an unknown woman hurls him headlong into a world of drugs, money, and women... Stars Riki Takeuchi. Based on the novel by Hideo Minami.

THE DOBERMAN COP (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Daisuke Goto
Riki Takeuchi, Mayumi Yoshino

Doberman Cop is filled with violence and action, as he investigates a burglary in Ginza and uncovers a drug dealing organization. Based on the comic by Buronson and Shinji Hiramatsu.

THE INFORMER (1998)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Sho Aikawa

Yuzuru, ex-thief 106," combines his skills with those of his former enemy, Detective Onishima, intent on the destruction of a terrible evil that is beyond the reach of the law. Thrills and hardball action as these men become buddies...
Based on the action novel by Azusa Katsume."

THE MAN WHO SHOT THE KING (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/10/99
92 mins.

Directed by: Seiji Izumi
Koji Matoba, Akiho Sendo

"The Battle of the Osaka Mob" occurs during a dispute involving expansion of the Yamaguchi-gumi. It climaxes when a 26-year-old punk attacks the gang's third-generation boss! What prompted him to target this unlikely opponent? Film adaptation of Katsuhiro Yamada's novel, based on the life of Kiyoshi Narumi.

TETSU THE DYNAMITE (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 03/20/99
105 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi

A humanitarian yakuza called Yasuda meets a loner yakuza called Tetsu. They fight together against their common enemy to serve up justice in the world of yakuza.

TOKYO MAFIA: YAKUZA BLOOD (1995)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shiraishi
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

A former mobster has founded the Tokyo Mafia, a renegade crime syndicate dedicated to vengeance and a new brand of lawlessness. Blood and bullets are destined to explode over Tokyo! Based on a novel by Kazuhiko Murakami.

TOKYO MAFIA II: BATTLE FOR SHINJUKU (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
87 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shiraishi
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

An all-out gang war commences when Ginya Yabuki, leader of the secretive "Tokyo Mafia," takes violence to a new extreme as he battles the all-powerful "Teitokai" organization. It escalates into a fight for control of all of Asia as Taiwanese and Hong Kong mafia gangs get involved in the struggle! Stars Riki Takeuchi and Masayuki Imai.

TOKYO MAFIA III: YAKUZA WARS (AKA GANGSTER) (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
84 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

Yabuki returns to a Tokyo that is swept up in violent gang wars of vengeance, as organized crime from all of Asia infiltrates. He recruits the toughest gang members he can find and boldly issues a challenge to the most powerful crime syndicate, the "Teitokai"... Stars Riki Takeuchi and Masayuki Imai.

TOKYO MAFIA IV: WRATH OF THE YAKUZA (AKA GANGSTER II) (1997)

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

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

Some years have passed since the brutal conflict in Tokyo between Tokyo Mafia" and "Teitokai." A youth, Ryo, hears stories of a legendary professional hit man from a mysterious vagrant. The hitman's name is Ginya Yabuki. Before long, a fated encounter with Yabuki sweeps Ryo into a world of violence and murder...
Stars Riki Takeuchi."

THE YANAGAWA FAMILY (2002)

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

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Kazuyoshi Ogawa

Chronicles Yanagawa-gumi violence from their all-out attempt to take total control of Japan until their official declaration of break-up on April 09, 1969. Although Yanagawa-gumi has expanded from just nine thugs to an extremely powerful syndicate with 70 branches and 1,600 members, leader Jiro Yanagawa (powerfully portrayed by Riki Takeuchi) decides to bring the gang to an end. Action-filled, outrageous final sequel.

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...

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?

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.

TADON TO CHIKUWA (1998)

Action
Theatrical Release in Japan: 12/05/98
102 mins.

Directed by: Jun Ichikawa
Koji Yakusho/Hiroyuki Sanada

A dark comedy which features two middle-aged men; one is an ordinary taxi driver, the other is a struggling author experiencing mid-life crisis. Directed by Jun Ichikawa, it stars the very popular and talented actors Koji Yakusho and Hiroyuki Sanada.

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