The 100th feature by genre master Takashi Miike transcends conventions of Japanese swordplay films with both fantasy and graphic violence.
Ace screenwriter Kankuro Kudo help make cult genre master Takashi Miike's glossy return to his V-Cinema roots easy-to-follow.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to Japanese director Takashi Miike's comedic vampire action thriller “Yakuza Apocalypse.” The film premiered as part of the Directors'…
Takashi Miike's vampire-gangster action-comedy reps a lazily-executed dud.
Those with a hankering for death game-survival mangas will exult in Takashi Miike's latest gore-fest, In which classic toys come alive to play deadly games with students.
Miike Takashi's blood-spattered shocker about teens forced to play a deadly game opened atop the Japanese B.O.
ROME – Prolific edgy Japanese helmer Takashi Miike will be honored with a career nod by the Rome Film Festival where his hotly anticipated new pic “As the Gods Will,” considered a potential Japanese…
While his movies have occasionally exhausted viewers, no one has ever accused Nippon maverick Takashi Miike of boring them. They will, however, after this pretty but lifeless mix of Kabuki drama and…
This nonstop action-comedy about an inept police mole busting Japan's biggest drug ring will be right up the alley of Takashi Miike's many fans.
In a pre-American Film Market move, Worldview Entertainment has signed on to finance and produce crime thriller "The Outsider," starring Tom Hardy.
Tom Hardy has come on board Yakuza drama “The Outsider” with Takashi Miike in negotiations to direct what would be his first English-language film. Linson Entertainment and Silver Pictures are…
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