Miike Takashi’s 100th film is a blood-soaked modern chambara that should satisfy his fans and fans of the genre with its relentless action and the heart at its core.
The Kurosawa Samurai Collection from the BFI brings together four of the auteur’s finest chambara films masterfully restored by Toho.
The BFI release Kurosawa’s samurai masterpiece in a restored Blu-ray SteelBook edition worthy of any collector’s shelf.
Criterion brings Kinugasa Teinosuke’s richly saturated samurai classic, Gate of Hell to Blu-ray in a beautifully restored, high definition edition.
Sentai’s release of this new story arc of the classic anime series Rorouni Kenshin in this solid 1080p release has a lot to offer to fans despite being a barebones package.
Kinugasa Teinosuke’s richly saturated samurai classic, Gate of Hell, arrives in a beautifully restored high definition dual-format release in a Masters of Series series package from Eureka Entertainment.
The second collection of this brooding chambara anime series from Sentai Filmworks offers a satisfying conclusion with a strong high definition transfer.
Inagaki Hiroshi’s classic three-part chambara saga in vivid color about Japan’s legendary folk hero Musashi comes to life in this stunning Criterion Collection edition on Blu-ray.
Kurosawa’s epic samurai drama finally arrives in a Criterion edition, but the absence of the original negative means that only a miracle could make this film a reference release.