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Junk (2000)

Junk: Shiryô-gari (original title)
A team of jewel-thieves fight for their lives in a zombie-infested factory.


Atsushi Muroga


Atsushi Muroga




Credited cast:
Nobuyuki Asano Nobuyuki Asano ... Jun
Shû Ehara Shû Ehara ... Akira
Tate Gouta Tate Gouta ... Ramon
Anthony Grow Anthony Grow ... Knife Zombie, head shot zombie
Yûji Kishimoto Yûji Kishimoto ... Nakada
Miwa Miwa ... Kyôko / Zombie Queen
Natsuki Ozawa Natsuki Ozawa
Kaori Shimamura Kaori Shimamura ... Saki
Koutarou Tanaka Koutarou Tanaka ... Toraji
Kôtarô Tanaka Kôtarô Tanaka ... Toraji
Deborah Joy Vinall Deborah Joy Vinall ... Sharon (as 'Debolar Joy Vinall')


Four crooks rob a jewelery shop, then head for an abandoned factory where they plan to fence the goods to the Yakuza. Unfortunately, their chosen location happens to be the same place where American scientists had previously experimented on resurrecting the dead. Written by TMD

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The dead will devour the living See more »



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sci-fi violence/gore, language and nudity | See all certifications »

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The American soldiers featured in the film are real soldiers stationed in Japan at the time. See more »

Alternate Versions

R-rated version created for US rental chains by Unearthed Films omits seven seconds of gore from Zombie Ramon's death scene. See more »

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Decent Japanese Zombie Entry
14 October 2005 | by EVOL666See all my reviews

A group of jewel thieves is to meet some Yakuza members at an abandoned facility to hock the hot ice...little did anyone seem to know that this "facility" was a former military installation that was doing work on the dead, namely - bringing them back to life. Guess it worked, 'cuz now the place is crawling with the undead. The jewelry deal goes bad, and now we have some people to supply lunch for the zombies...

JUNK is a pretty cool zombie film. Nothing really ground-breaking or spectacular, and seems to be much more related to the American, Romero-type zombie films than the typically whacked-out Asian stuff. The story is pretty simple, there's plenty of gore to go around, and the film is never really self-indulgent or too serious. A fun way to spend a couple of hours, but not a "great" film either. I personally tend to like JUNK less than most others that I talk to....still would recommend a look- 7.5/10

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22 January 2000 (Japan) See more »

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