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Mystery Science Theater 3000 had its 25th anniversary on Sunday, and Shout Factory is celebrating it with a brand-new special edition that includes six classic episodes. Plus there's wolf children, knights on motorcycles, and more, all in This week's
The Final Season Sony, $55.99; Blu-ray, $65.99 When the series debuted on AMC in January 2008, it didn't draw much notice or many viewers, but by the time the series finale ran this past September, the drama had become a cultural event. "Breaking Bad"
Shintaro Katsu and Masayo Banri in The Tale of Zatoichi (1962), the first of 25 films starring Katsu as the title character. Published: November 21, 2013 I was never quite sure what to make of Zatoichi and his backhanded sword grip. Again and again,
The 24-year-old has signed in to portray real life journalist Adelstein in the film, which is adapted from the writer's memoir, Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan, reports contactmusic.com.
Drill, Baby, Drill For those familiar with Takeshi Kitano s bloody, brutal Outrage, the notion of a sequel might be puzzling, as the original left only a few alive. But it turns out that not that many men are needed to cause chaos, as proven with the
Getty Images Ken Takakura The veteran actor, who has appeared in countless films in a career that has spanned six decades, including Hollywood productions, will be honored by the emperor in a ceremony next week. Veteran actor Ken Takakura , 82, will
Perhaps there comes a day in many a man's life when he squints and says to himself something like this: ( Mazui na, mo sukoshi do no tsuyoi megane ga attara yokatta. Kono kyori da to, ano kata ga jyoso shiteiru Kitano Takeshi-san nanoka, Misu
Based on Sono's original script, the film begins promisingly enough with a catchy ad jingle sung by the cute young daughter of Muto (Jun Kunimura), a yakuza gang boss. But her mom, Shizue (Tomochika), is arrested after she manically pursues and
Filled with syncopated rhythms, dark atmospherics, and copious sub-bass, her music fuses dancefloor rhythm with cerebral experimentation. "Moving into a space and creating another worldour embodied experiencecan be influenced by sound. It's why I
You see how real these fingers are? said Toru, 53, proudly showing off his artificial body parts both little fingers and his left ring finger. There was only one time that anyone ever knew they were fake...Like the Italian mafia or Chinese triads,