Devilman Live Action Movie

(Japanese Movie)
Devilman Live Action Movie (DVD) Japanese Movie
  • Devilman Live Action Movie image 1
  • Devilman Live Action Movie image 2
RM36.90

RM33.00

Add to Cart

Devilman Live Action Movie

Devilman Live Action Movie

  • Video
  • NTSC Wide Screen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Spanish
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
RM36.90   RM33.00    Add to Cart

  • Title : Devilman Live Action Movie
  • Running time: Appx. 115 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2004
  • Listing date : 27 Apr 2006
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Japan

  • Directed by
  • Hiroyuki Nasu
  • Cast by
  • Hisato Izaki , Yusuke Izaki , Ayana Sakai , Asuka Shibuya , Ryudo Uzaki
  • Synopsis
  • This live action adapation of Go Nagai's crowning masterpiece is a complete departure from the story of the original. This bizarre adaptation, which features almost no demons other than a couple of brief CGI interludes, is for the most part about humans killing humans as anti-demon histeria breaks out. The film seems to have been shot in totally unrelated one minute segments with no bearing on the overall story as it jumps from character to character and scene to scene. After giving almost no backstory, it rapidly launches into a fragmented version of the Apocolypse of Devilman story arc, leaving the viewer grasping blindly for the plot as Ryo somehow becomes posessed by Satan himself and concludes the movie by destroying not only Devilman, but himself, along with the whole rest of the world. The two most obvious villians, Ginmen and Selene, both of which feature prominantly in the OVA, appear only for brief cameos.

  • Synopsis
  • This live action adapation of Go Nagai's crowning masterpiece is a complete departure from the story of the original. This bizarre adaptation, which features almost no demons other than a couple of brief CGI interludes, is for the most part about humans killing humans as anti-demon histeria breaks out. The film seems to have been shot in totally unrelated one minute segments with no bearing on the overall story as it jumps from character to character and scene to scene. After giving almost no backstory, it rapidly launches into a fragmented version of the Apocolypse of Devilman story arc, leaving the viewer grasping blindly for the plot as Ryo somehow becomes posessed by Satan himself and concludes the movie by destroying not only Devilman, but himself, along with the whole rest of the world. The two most obvious villians, Ginmen and Selene, both of which feature prominantly in the OVA, appear only for brief cameos.