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Certification15 Our Rating

A group of assassins come together for a suicide mission to kill an evil lord in Miike Takashi's latest offering. Having cut his teeth on action movies, he returns to the Samurai mission genre with gusto and the climax is an irresistable blend of exquisite choreography and bloodlust. The plot takes a backseat, but the interesting guy driving, Action-San, is who you want to watch anyway. find out more...
47 RONIN (2013)

Certification12 Our Rating

ARAGAMI (2003)

Certification15 Our Rating

After two samurai fight themselves close to death, only one of them survives the night and wakes to discover not only are his wounds healed, but he has gained a special ability. After meeting his saviour, the demon Aragami, the samurai is forced to pay his debt by engaging in battle with his powerful host, a seemingly insurmountable task. find out more...
AZUMI (2003)

Certification18 Our Rating

'Azumi' is a frantic CGI-assisted Japanese period drama from cult director Ryuhei Kitamura starring pop siren Aya Ueto as a teenage assassin who begins the film as the only girl among 10 warriors who have been trained from childhood by Jiji, a grey-bearded samurai. One day, Jiji tells them they must pass a final test before they embark on the mission they have prepared for all these years. He pairs them up and the five that survive, led by Jiji, descend from the mountain that is the only world t find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Ghost Dog is an assassin, but what sets him apart from his fellow killers, apart from his lethally effective abilities, are his many character traits including communicating by carrier pigeon and following the warrior code of the Samurai. His occasional employers, the comically inept local mafia, place a contract on him so Ghost Dog, strictly following the way of the Samurai, sets about turning the tables on his hunters. "Ghost Dog" is a hip, offbeat, thriller with all the usual quirks and humou find out more...
GOHATTO (1999)

Certification15 Our Rating

What action there is in this downplayed drama stems from the homoerotic tensions generated by the enrolment of a beautiful young samurai into the Shinsengumi Militia, a school famous for its strict discipline code, and the period setting of late 19th Century Japan is effectively used to evoke the extreme secrecy that any kind of institutional homosexuality was forced to exist in. The swordplay provides a welcome interval between the desperate (and often sad) sex scenes, showing the samurai tende find out more...
GOJOE (2000)

Certification15 Our Rating

Benkei, a master fighter and killer, vows never to take another life after his conversion to a syncretic form of Buddhism, but he lives in the time of the Genji-Heike clan wars and it becomes his fate to clash with a trio of fighters known only as "the demons". Taking up his sword once more, he sets out to end their murderous terror. This mix of sword and sorcery and samurai traditions is visibly resplendent and musically resonant, and lots of swords clash and blood squirts, not bad really. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The heroes are back; Chapter One 'Four Months Later...'; Claire, HRG and family try to lie low in their new town, Matt and Mohinder are now guardians of Molly, Kaito and Angela receive death notices, Nathan is in a very dark place, Peter is alive and in Ireland. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Chapter Five 'Fight or Flight'; Peter denies his past, Parkman and Nathan go to Philadelphia to hunt down Matt's father and Mohindar takes Molly to the Company. find out more...