Ito, Crazy Samurai Musashi, Flying Rabbit in the Night Sky, Terrolun and Lunlun, Given (movie) and Other Japanese Film Trailers

Happy weekend, everyone.

Tamon Gamble Maika

I hope you are well.

This week, I posted about the Venice International Film Festival, a review for Milocrorze: A Love Story and a short preview of Summer of Horror Hiho which I have included below.

Summer of Horror Hiho

Summer of Horror Hiho is running for another year and goes live from Summer of Horror Hiho Film Festival 2020 PosterAugust to September in TokyoKineka  Oomori (August 21st – September 03rd) in Shinagawa ward; Nagoya: Cinema SKHole (August 29th – September 18th) in Nakamura ward; Osaka: Theater Seven (August 27th – September 04th) in Yodogawa ward. The main features of this fest are new Japanese horror movies, a celebration of director Mario Bava with a screening of four of his films and a revival screening of The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue (1974).

I have included the two Japanese films from the fest in this trailer post.

Here are the films:

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Japanese Films at the Fantasia International Film Festival 2020 (August 20th – September 02nd)

The Fantasia International Film Festival will be celebrating its 24th edition as a virtual event due to Covid-19. A variety of film screenings, panels and workshops will be accessible to viewers across Canada from August 20th through to September 2nd, 2020. There is a decent Japanese contingent of contemporary films and some recent titles stretching back 10 years.

The festival’s full lineup was announced last week. Here are the Japanese titles:

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