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Shogun Assassin [Blu-ray] [Reino Unido]

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Censored, banned, bootlegged, mistreated, but ultimately unstoppable, this breathtaking high-definition special edition is the release Shogun Assassin fans have been waiting for. Unquestionably the most popular samurai film in the West since the days of Akira Kurosawa, this chanbara classic was lifted from a hugely popular comic book saga and, still wet, transferred glistening to the screen. After being framed for disloyalty to his clan lord, disgraced ronin Itto Ogami (with three-year-old son Daigoro in tow) travels medieval Japan as the most skilled samurai-for-hire bar none. But as the treachery and obstacles in his latest mission quickly pile up, Ogami is forced to handle it the only way he knows how. A re-scored, re-dubbed reassembly of the first two films in the Lone Wolf & Cub series, the result has become an ageless cult sensation in its own right: a crazed thrill-ride in a booby-trapped baby cart, propelled on arterial spray, hurtling gleefully to nowhere. SPECIAL FEATURES: - Stunning fully-restored 1080p presentation of the uncut film in its original aspect ratio - New video appreciation of the film by actor Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction) - Two commentary tracks: one featuring producer David Weisman, illustrator Jim Evans and actor Gibran Evans (the voice of Daigoro); the second with film scholar Ric Meyers and martial arts expert Steve Watson - Original HD theatrical trailer for Shogun Assassin - Original Japanese trailers for all six of the original Lone Wolf and Cub films


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Blu-ray is a gorgeous remastering for this cult exploitation classic! 12 de diciembre de 2013
Por MonsterZeroNJ - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Shogun Assassin is a favorite 80s guilty pleasure that was actually edited together from the first two films of a classic Japanese movie series called Lone Wolf And Cub. The film was then dubbed in English and given a new synthesizer score and released by Roger Corman’s New World Pictures. The film tells of a master samurai (Tomisaburo Wakayama) who is betrayed by his crazed Shogun and marked for death. During an assassination attempt, his wife is killed and now he travels the Japanese countryside with his toddler son, Daigoro, working as a sword for hire and constantly battling the Shogun’s sons and scores of ninja sent to kill him. Shogun Assassin is a deliriously fun and blood soaked roller coaster ride that is about 10% plot and 90% fight scenes as Lone Wolf continuously is set upon by the Shogun’s killers and their subsequent and gruesome dispatching by his sword. Especially amusing are a squad of sexy female ninja, Lone Wolf’s showdown with The Brothers Of Death and the fact that Daigoro’s baby carriage has more weapons then James Bond’s Astin Martin. The action is fast and furious and filled with spurting blood and flying limbs and is a real blast. Now considered one of the greatest exploitation films of all time, and it is a title this wildly entertaining sword and samurai flick rightfully deserves. A real blast I was fortunate enough to see in a theater with a rambunctious audience back in 1980. The 30th Anniversary blu-ray from AnimEgo is an absolutely gorgeous re-mastering and a wonderful way to enjoy this cult classic!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If not for this film, most people wouldn't know about LWC at all. 28 de enero de 2016
Por Curtis Gomez - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Tom Hanks - Road to Perdition is based on this film. Tarantino inspiration.
Some compare Shogun Assassin and Flashing Swords (part two or technically part three of Lone Wolf) with Lone Wolf and Cub, I would not. View it as a stand-alone picture. If not for this film, most people wouldn't know about LWC at all, myself included. There are lots of people that won't watch sub-titled movies and this is a great english introduction to get them into the whole mythos. I saw this in the seventies at a grind-house in Oakland, CA and it never left my mind. Jump ahead 10 years later and I find the American release of the comics and soon the entire manga series and the rest of the films on VHS from Animego. I own original posters from Japan, english and Japanes manga, you name it, I've collected it - obsessively! I almost forgot, full back tattoo, 1/4 sleeves and chest scallops ala yakuza style, all LWC themed.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Review of Shogun Assissin 5DVD Set 9 de marzo de 2014
Por Dr. Charles Tatum - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I have the Japanese version of what is referred to as the "Babycart series." This 5 DVD collection has dubbed in English so a person does not have to keep reading the subtitles like you have to with the original Japanese version. Some of the parts of each film are taken out of sequence to put them together in the English version, but the way it is done transitions well from one scene to another. The collection is well done and has a booklet that comes with the collection to explain how they did the English version. The quality of the DVD is excellent, and the dubbing is excellent. Anyone who wants the entire collection of the "Babycart series" who does not speak Japanese would do well to buy this dubbed in version. If you have not studied Iaido or Iaijutsu (the art of using the real Samurai sword) may not fully appreciate the sword techniques in this series of DVD's. I have studied the use of the Samurai sword for 47 years, and I can say that the sword techniques that Ogami Ito uses are very excellent. No one I know has been able to replicate the way that he returns the sword to his scabbard.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Shogun Assassin 1 de octubre de 2012
Por Andrew Bovell - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
FOLKS, THIS IS SWORDS PLAY AT IT'S BEST BY A MASTER SWORDSMAN. Tomisaburô Wakayama was a true master samurai. His brother is famous for playing Zatoichi the Blind Swordsman. Shogun Assassin delivers on all levels and is considered by most to be one of the greatest displays of skills with a bladed weapon. This is not for the kiddies as blood spills everywhere and Tomisaburô Wakayama takes no prisoners as Lone Wolf and Cub on the road to hell. This movie is a combination of scenes taken from the five or six films showcasing this superb samurai. If you are a action fan you will love this movie. One thing is guaranteed, you will definitely not be bored. Made is the 60's, the fight scenes has stood the test of time and can stand against anything made today. I have been a fan of Shogun Assassin for 35 years now. Excellent job on the blu-ray. Cheers.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Shogun Assassin 21 de junio de 2011
Por Sdoc - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I ordered this film from Amazon after knowing about it for quite some time. This is a fun movie to watch with enough battles to keep the action junkie entertained. The blood shed is similar to Kill Bill with plenty of blood spraying out of a victim who has just suffered the loss of a limb.The movie has a running time of 85 minutes and moves along at a nice pace without dulling the viewer. The story is narrated by the little boy who accompanies his father on "the road to vengeance". The boy tells it hows it is without being naive or childlike. He has a calm and collected voice which demonstrates his understanding of the kill or be killed world he lives in,which sets a nice tone for the film.The dvd picture is of good quality. The dubbing is good, I've read that they used deaf lip readers to aid in the dubbing process.The only voice that seems a bit out of place is that of the shogun who seems to have had a reverb effect added to his voice.If your into films involving sword play and blood splatter that has the colorful richness of 70's slasher flick this is a movie for you.


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