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Kibakichi: Bakko-yokaiden 2 (2004)

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A werewolf samurai battles with an evil killer samurai who has slaughtered many innocent people.


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Credited cast:
Ryûji Harada ...
Miki Tanaka ...
Masakatsu Funaki
Aimi Nakajima
Yôko Kamon
Masatô Ibu
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A werewolf samurai battles with an evil killer samurai who has slaughtered many innocent people.

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4 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The idea is fantastic: werewolf Samurai! I was sold by the cover, alas, and was initially disappointed, expecting to see some kick-ass action and great monsters. The biggest surprise was its slowness of pace. However, I was left reminiscing on Japanese horror from the 1950's, the rubbery costuming, shabby skeletons on obvious wires swooping sloppily overhead -- not the least bit menacing, etc., which elicited chuckles as opposed to any real terror. When I finally got into that spirit, and slowed down the expectations, I was able to make it through the movie. Looking at it from this perspective, sans mastery of any updated special effects or skillful martial art performance, this movie held a few (and I do mean a few) very pleasant artistically framed shots. If you're going to view it, be prepared to let go of any hope, and pray that a more skillful group grabs hold of the idea and takes it where it could go.

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