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Best Japanese B-Movies

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by TuskCracker, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. TuskCracker

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    Zero Woman (1995, starring Natsuki Ozawa)
    Zero Woman: The Accused (1996)
    Zero Woman - Assassin Lovers (1996)
    Beautiful Hunter (2002)
    Beautiful Beast (1996)
    Sex and Fury (1973)
    Weather Woman (1995)
    Another Lonely Hitman (1995)
    Female Prisoner #701 - Scorpion (1972)
    Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41 (1972)
    Female Yakuza Tale - Inquisition and Torture (1973)
    Hanzo the Razor (1975)

    Criminal Woman: Killing Melody/ Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom/ Girl Boss Guerilla/ Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless To Confess) (2005)
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  2. TuskCracker

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    Best Japanese B-Movie, Zero, Count As One

    I would give Zero Women, only as one. Their are all the same.


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  3. Flashjeff

    Flashjeff Pink Lady's Number #1 Fan

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    Heck, I like Zero Woman because it's delightfully cheesy! I'd add the Tomie franchise to the list, that's even cheesier!
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  4. jonerik

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    Female Prisoner #701 is definitely a good one. The utterly bizarre "Branded to Kill" is another one that I like a lot. It's even developed something of a cult following in the U.S. over the last few years.
     
  5. TuskCracker

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    Best J B-Movies, Branded ?


    Is this "Branded to Kill" ?

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  6. isayhello

    isayhello Active Member

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    Must be Suicide Club!!
     
  7. TuskCracker

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    A series, but different directores


    Beautiful Killing Machine (1996, Director Takahito Hara)
    Beautiful Beast (1996, Director Toshiharu Ikeda)
    Beautiful Prey (1996, Director Utsukushiki Emono)
    Beautiful Hunter (2002, Director: Masaru Konuma)
    Beautiful Target (2005, Director Naosuke Kurosawa)
     
  8. jonerik

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    That's the one. Suzuki made a sequel in the last few years called "Pistol Opera." It isn't as zany as "Branded to Kill" - it tries too hard to be deliberately artsy - but it's worth watching.

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  9. MeAndroo

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    I'm not sure if it's considered a B-movie, but I definitely found Versus enjoyable.
     

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