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There aren't any words which can accurately describe this trailer for YAKUZA APOCALYPSE

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Oh Japan, you are a special kind of cinematic beast. Much like Bollywood has too much money for hundreds of films which happen to be exactly the same, the Japanese industry instead relies on a currency of pure crazy to help finance their flicks.

Yakuza Apocalypse

So what happens when you get a budget of too much madness, trademark Japanese overacting and vampires? You get Yakuza Apocalypse:

You might recognise the director of this flick if you’re into Asian cinema. It’s none other than Takashi Miike, who has been cranking out plenty of insane films over the years. The Raid actor Mayan Ruhian also pops up to lend the flick some martial arts action, and there’s some dude in a fuzzy mascot suit hopping all over the place kicking ass because…Japan?

There’s no US release or international release date for this flick yet, most likely due to there not being enough pills to combat the side effects of crazy. I MUST SEE THIS FILM!

Last Updated: April 23, 2015


  1. Hahahaha what the hell did I just watch?


    • juzzlehizzle

      April 23, 2015 at 13:59

      If you’ve ever watched Ichi the Killer, then you’ll understand precisely what you’ve just watched.

      Takashe Miike is a genre all unto himself


  2. juzzlehizzle

    April 23, 2015 at 14:16

    Admittedly though, it does look like the most violent acid trip in human history


  3. Dean

    April 23, 2015 at 14:17

    I’d watch this just for the dude in the frog suit


  4. CypherGate

    April 23, 2015 at 17:42

    LOL what on earth lol thats some funny stuff lol


  5. Sirgwardo

    May 2, 2015 at 16:25

    Ja kuza ja ne? AAAAAaaaaaaaRRRRggghhhjjj, ja ne?? Morito saai ja ne? Are they hiding a fact that there might be a South African involved?…….ja ne


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