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Yakuza Apocalypse

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Kamiura is also a bloodsucking vampire. One day, men arrive from a competing clan and deliver him an ultimatum: Play nice or die. Kamiura refuses and, during a fierce battle, is torn limb from limb. With his dying breath, he passes on his vampire powers to his loyal lieutenant, Kageyama. His first order of business is to avenge his mentor, setting him on a collision course with the seemingly unstoppable foreign syndicate, and take his place as the new Yakuza boss.
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Guardian
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December 31, 2015

It is extremely mad, long and often tiresome. Yet it is acted with eerie and absolute conviction, and has an interestingly surreal quality; Miike has a claim to be one of cinema's genuine surrealists.
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Seanax.com
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February 12, 2016

... back to the wild and weird Miike, with extreme action, bloody spectacle, goofy humor, and abrupt curveballs every time you think you think you've got a handle on it.
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New York Times
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October 08, 2015

By the end ... you might be as punch-drunk as Kageyama in his final showdown, and too exhausted to care.
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Projected Figures
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November 06, 2015

deliriously daft until its final oater-style showdown... Miike delivers something all at once insane, inane and irresistible.
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Seattle Times
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October 08, 2015

Lurid and nutso doesn't even begin to describe this opus. You have to see it to believe it ... if you have the stomach for it.
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The Film Stage
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February 21, 2016

Its subtle victory (though maybe its central weakness as well) is its denial of quick, easy fanboy pleasures.
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RogerEbert.com
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October 09, 2015

A very good film, but only if you're willing to inevitably submit to its anarchic sensibility.
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SciFiNow
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January 08, 2016

If you're a Miike fan or simply looking for something weird and wonderful then you certainly won't forget this in a hurry.
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Chicago Reader
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October 08, 2015

Directed by the inimitable Takashi Miike... Apocalypse finds the 55-year-old filmmaker at his silliest, which is saying a lot, as he's responsible for some of the silliest movies ever made.
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Little White Lies
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January 06, 2016

Slow down, Takashi.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 08, 2015

For those fans who don't mind enduring some tedium and confusion, "Yakuza Apocalypse" at least offers something memorably bizarre.
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Washington Post
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October 08, 2015

This is not a great film, yet for the right audience it could be an entertaining one.
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