Boys rule, girls drool in Corey Yuen and Patrick Leung’s aged-like-milk fantasy.
Action, romance, vampires and cameos collide in a bizarre, but certainly interesting piece of early 21st century nonsense.
Miike trades gruesome violence with quiet contemplation in the second film of the trilogy.
It all comes to a crashing crescendo, even if it is a bit unnecessary
By focusing on characters and stakes, part two of the trilogy complements and even improves the first
It’s one of my all-time favourite films but let’s try to look at this seminal crime thriller objectively
The future director of Rob-B-Hood, Invisible Target and Shaolin makes some bizarre visual and casting choices to bring us a film that’s more Scrapheap than Metal Mayhem