BOTI

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BOTIBattle of the Imports
BOTIBlade of the Immortal (manga series)
BOTIBusinesses on the Internet
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Available digitally from Monday and from April 9 on DVD PS19.99/Blu-ray PS24.99 BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL 18 A STYLISH, blood-drenched fantasy drama wish vies for the largest body count on film with expertly choreographed fight sequences that are physically exhausting and giddily gruesome.
OSTENSIBLY AN INSTANCE OF ITS MAKER'S RECENT TURN TOWARDS MORE REFINED, INTERNATIONALLY PALATABLE FARE, BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL, IN FACT, INHERITS THE QUIRK AND CONCERNS OF ITS PREDECESSORS, WRITES JAMES ROBERT DOUGLAS.
Blade of the Immortal (2017) marks the 100th feature film by Takashi Miike.
Neither conventionally satisfying (like 13 Assassins) nor formally restrained (like Hara-Kiri), Blade of the Immortal hints at a Miike capable of bending the chanbara form to his own sensibility, satisfying the imperatives of international markets by producing something traditional in appearance while still indulging his peccadillos.
A new English subtitled trailer for 'Blade of the Immortal' showcases a bit more gore and blood splatter to whet the appetite of director Takashi Miike fans.
'Blade of the Immortal' is the movie adaptation of a Japanese manga of the same title by Hiroaki Samura.
Considering the theme for 'Blade of the Immortal', it appears that Miike is the right man for the job, as seen in the bloody sequences of this trailer.
Among the works featured are Battle Angel Alita, Blade of the Immortal, Japan Ai; A Tall Girl's Adventures in Japan, and 20th Century Boys.