A young yakuza falls through the looking glass in Takashi Miike’s bizarre opus.
There's deviance and corruption galore in the first in Takashi Miike’s crime trilogy.
In Takashi Miike’s meditative drama, the journey to finding yourself is half the fun.
It’s better than a lot of Miike’s similar gangster films, but that doesn’t mean Deadly Outlaw: Rekka is more exciting
Metallophobia, retribution, body horror, cyberpunk and revenge are just some pieces of the sheer insanity that is cult classic Tetsuo: The Iron Man
Past mistakes are fixed, by both the characters and the director, in an epic conclusion to the trilogy
In part 2, the story focuses more, but loses a bit of its down-to-earth charm
With its likeable characters and great story, The Beginning of the End is a solid if disjointed start to an epic sci-fi trilogy