Samurai Zombie (DVD)

Japanese Movie
Samurai Zombie (DVD) Japanese Movie

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  • Japanese
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  • English , Chinese , Malay
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  • Title : Samurai Zombie
  • Listing date : 20 Feb 2010
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Synopsis
  • When a family traveling through the countryside is held captive by a group of deranged criminals, they fear that things can’t get much worse. They can. Soon enough, captives and captors alike have stumbled across the stomping grounds of an undead samurai warrior whose attitude towards outsiders is, frankly, appalling. Instead of rolling out the welcome mat and offering fresh-baked cookies, limbs are severed, heads are popped off, and this ghostly warrior’s hapless victims are transformed from human beings to shish kebabs. A rich, atmospheric horror flick, YOROI features a solid array of effective CGI and prosthetic kills that span nearly its entire running time. Rotting ghouls mercilessly stalk their prey, but while played primarily for scares, the screenplay (penned by VERSUS director Ryuhei Kitamura) knows when to lighten the doom with lashings of funky gore. Just when you think Sakaguchi has gotten too grim and gritty, someone’s head is chopped off and soars fifty feet in the air, propelled by an explosive geyser of blood.

  • Synopsis
  • When a family traveling through the countryside is held captive by a group of deranged criminals, they fear that things can’t get much worse. They can. Soon enough, captives and captors alike have stumbled across the stomping grounds of an undead samurai warrior whose attitude towards outsiders is, frankly, appalling. Instead of rolling out the welcome mat and offering fresh-baked cookies, limbs are severed, heads are popped off, and this ghostly warrior’s hapless victims are transformed from human beings to shish kebabs. A rich, atmospheric horror flick, YOROI features a solid array of effective CGI and prosthetic kills that span nearly its entire running time. Rotting ghouls mercilessly stalk their prey, but while played primarily for scares, the screenplay (penned by VERSUS director Ryuhei Kitamura) knows when to lighten the doom with lashings of funky gore. Just when you think Sakaguchi has gotten too grim and gritty, someone’s head is chopped off and soars fifty feet in the air, propelled by an explosive geyser of blood.