17-year-old Daisuke (Ryunosuke Kamiki) has a crush on classmate Hiromi (Aoi Morikawa) and is thrilled to sit next to her on the bus during a school outing, but the bus crashes and Daisuke finds himself in Hell, although the rest of his class seems to have landed in Heaven. The rock'n'roll demon Killer K takes Daisuke under his wing and tries to help him find a way to get out of Hell and back to Hiromi, but the paths to doing so are never easy . This is an insane, hilarious comedy from Japan that has to be seen to be believed. The version of Hell is just completely wacky, and Daisuke's journeys to the world and back to Hell again are inventive and very funny. And the whole story is brought together with the use of various forms of heavy metal music, which of course just has to be the only music fit for Hell! If you get a chance to see this film, do so, you will be happy you did!
Too Young to Die (2016)
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A roller-coaster of humour based on Japanese culture
22 October 2017Warning: Spoilers
"muthafackaaaa~!!" that's the word you will definitely shout after watching this show. this movie really has a good vibe of music and story. the feeling of satisfaction is strong in the movie. the story is not really heavy, but for a comedy movie, this movie has a quite the feeling that i will not forget and will make you re-watch the movie again. there is this hell in the movie which is based by Japanese beliefs, but this one you will love it that you will jump straight of heaven to hell. basically what the trailers show us, the movie would look boring since the movie is the stereotype Japanese drama formula which makes you understand what happen but at the same time it took a lot of time to understand and then you just go along with it. *spoiler ahead*you might want to see how a legendary guitarist that still alive now(and you know who he is)is in this movie as a cameo and have a guitar solo battle with the main character the music in the movie is all about that heavy distortion with the exception of the insert song in the mid of the movie. the bassist, drummer, guitarist in the movie is rockin' good and will make you repeat the music again and again if you do watch it, you might waste another hours just to watch it again