DVD - 2010 | Japanese
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Welcome to zombie world! An alien-spawned, mysterious mist blankets the northern half of Japan, transforming those who inhale it into ravenous, flesh-eating zombies hell bent on devouring the surviving human population. Plunged into chaos, Japan is torn into two areas. The southern half of the country, where, the population remains untouched by the deadly gas, lives behind a heavily fortified wall, while the northern half is a lawless, zombie-infected wasteland.
Publisher: Japan : Sushi Typhoon, [2010]
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Copyright Date: ©2010
Branch Call Number: HEL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (116 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.


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Jun 02, 2013

Gory and very stupid.

theorbys Jun 19, 2012

Enthusiastic and willful over the top zombie film that plays remarkably well with splatter, schlock, and bad taste -- and manages to keep topping itself. Willing viewers no longer suspend disbelief they agree to jump in and play along with the director, let him push those buttons. But if there were anything left to transgress this film would likely , transgress it, and if you have little transgression/taboo zones you may have all kinds of other reactions, but the film is fun and good film making. I'm going to give Tokyo Gore Police a try. My only quibble is that for me, despite a relentless crescendo of action and ideas, many individual scenes/shots are too long and throw off the rhythm. Maybe the director was having too much fun, but rhythm is very, very important.

roadshowrigoletto May 05, 2012

Mmm ... Oh, dear, how will be ever hide this from the children? Well, you won't. Your children have already seen this. And they laughed all the way through it. No, that doesn't make them moral monsters, it just means they like bad movies filled with foolishness and blood. Gore is the game, and it's called "Can you top this?"

Mar 15, 2012

Bloody gore fest with zombies and aliens. Funny with in your face geysers of blood. Not for the sqeamish or unaquainted.

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