Let’s take a look back at our favorite films to come out of Japan in 2016!
It’s been eight years since the last Death Note film came out. Now the series is back with a new Light and L in Death Note: Light up the New World.
Two of J-horror’s famed ladies, Sadako and Kayako, finally meet to decide who’s the better horror queen.
We break down two iconic Japanese horror movies in our The Ring vs. Ju On piece.
Ever wanted to see a gripping, thrilling zombie movie with an awesome shotgun scene (or two) in it? Then I am a Hero will satisfy your zombie needs.
In an effort to impress their cute teacher, the boys of the swimming club promise to learn the seductive art of synchronized swimming.
By accidentally poisoning the school band, Tomoko and her friends are forced to take up horns, and they inadvertently discover their love for jazz music.
The legendary curse has been rebooted, and we dive into the origins of the doomed Saeki family.
In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity escapes from reality by playing an MMORPG. We don’t ever hear why the apocalypse is important to the story.
A romantic story in which every supporting character who shows up confesses their love for the main characters.
An English teacher decides that the source of problems in today’s society are his school’s students and teachers. The remedy: his shotgun.
Take a look back at 2015, and the great films that have come out of Japan. Did your favorite Japanese films make our list?