3 February 2012 4:55 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Last week I reviewed Takashi Miike (Sun Scarred, Crows Zero, Crows Zero II, Zebraman 2)'s most impressive arthouse venture 46 Okunen no Koi, this week I'll be tackling Miike's biggest anti-arthouse middle finger: Visitor Q. Visitor Q is without a doubt Miike's most infamous film. It's a sick and depraved piece of cinema, but it manages to be pretty hilarious in the process. If you ever wondered where Miike got his reputation from, look no further.Visitor Q is not just any piece of shock shlock though. Some people consider Visitor Q to be a continuation of Pasolini's Teorema (and while I haven't seen Teorema yet, based on the premise alone it sounds more like the antithesis of that film), others think of it as an »

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