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Tak Sakaguchi: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows
REBORN Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD edition) | Blu Ray | (12/03/2018)
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Toshiro (Tak â?´, formerly Tak Sakaguchi, Versus), a former special forces operative, now lives a quiet life in the Japanese countryside. Despite his seemingly peaceful existence, Toshiro struggles to contain the destructive impulses that once made him the top soldier in an elite unit of killers. When his former commanding officer, the enigmatic Phantom (Akio Ã?tsuka), comes out of the shadows seeking revenge, Toshiro goes on a kill-crazy rampage against a squad of ruthless assassins. Utilising an unorthodox form of close-quarters combat (referred to by the director and lead actor as Zero Range Combat) Re:Born features some of the most stunningly choreographed martial-arts fight sequences in recent years, and Eureka Entertainment is proud to present the film in its UK debut on Blu-ray and DVD.
Versus | DVD | (30/06/2003)
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There are 666 portals to the other side and somewhere in Japan lies the home of the 444th. It is here that Prisoner KSC2-303 escapes from his fellow inmates to rendezvous with a group of men who will lead him to safety. After he realises that the price of his freedom is the death of a female hostage he refuses to comply with his rescuers' plans and blood is spilled. But when in the aptly named Forest of Resurrection long dead Yakuza fighters come back to life to avenge their ow
Samurai Zombie | DVD | (19/07/2010)
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A family on a trip encounters a man threatening them with a gun on a desolate mountain trail. At a moment of maximum tension a couple shows up out of nowhere kill the man and disappears again. Shortly after a lunatic old lady comes and warns them of their impending death. The frightened family is headed for a showdown with Samurai Zombies resurrected from their graves.
2LDK | DVD | (23/07/2007)
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This DVD features two films from Yukihiko Tsutsumi and Ryuhei Kitamura who were challenged by Shinya Kawai to each create a feature length movie with two principal actors battling in one setting and filmed entirely in one week. 2LDK (Dir. Yukihiko Tsutsumi) Aspiring actresses Nozomi (Koike) and Lana (Nonami) belong to the same talent agency share an apartment and have just auditioned for the same part in a film called Yakuza Wives. Nozomi is a country girl who has come to Tokyo with big dreams of becoming an actress while Lana's sharp tongue and flashy appearance is completely at odds with soft spoken demure Nozomi. Waiting for the phone call that will decide their future petty arguments escalate into hysterical violence bringing the girls' hatred of one another to the surface as they confront the reality of their empty unfulfilled lives. Aragami (Dir. Ryuhei Kitamura) (2003): Two seriously wounded samurai find refuge from a storm at an isolated temple the home of a swordsman and a mysterious young woman. One samurai awakes to find that not only has his comrade died but that his wounds have miraculously healed. He discovers that he has been given the power of immortality by the swordsman a man once known as the legendary Miyamoto Musashi who now lives an endless existence as Aragami a god of battle.
Deadball (2011) | DVD | (07/05/2012)
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Baseball prodigy Jubeh Yakyu (Tak Sakaguchi) is the most feared and dangerous juvenile delinquent in all of Japan. After accidentally causing the death of his father with a super-powered, deadly fireball pitch, Jubeh swore off baseball and became a criminal and now, at 17, has been sent to the Pterodactyl Juvenile Reformatory for hardened criminals. Headmistress Ishihara, the granddaughter of a World War II Nazi collaborator, runs the institution with an iron fist and the enthusiastic help of her sadistic assistant, Ilsa. After arriving at the hellhole, Jubeh soon learns from governor Mifune that his long-lost, younger brother Musashi had also done time there after a murder spree, but had since died mysteriously.Despite having sworn never to play baseball again, Jubeh is presented with an ultimatum by governor Mifune: join the reformatory team, The Gauntlets, in the national tournament for juvenile inmates, or witness the death of his innocent cellmate Four Eyes (Mari Hoshino). With the knowledge that the death of his brother is somehow connected to the team, Jubeh agrees, and Gauntlet training begins. Their first opponents: the sexy but deadly psycho butcher girls of the St. Black Dahlia High School, a team of literal man-killers. And so the splatterific baseball tournament begins, but Jubeh soon learns that he is not only fighting to win the game, but also to save his own life! A hilariously offensive, politically incorrect sports splatter comedy, Deadball is director Yudai Yamaguchi's follow-up to his earlier zombie baseball classic Battlefield Baseball, and once again features action star Tak Sakaguchi (Versus, Be A Man! Samurai School). A riotous, over-the-top epic of excess, Deadball is the movie for the psycho sports fan in all of us, and more fun than a prison cavity search!
Yakuza Weapon (2011) (Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (07/05/2012)
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Working as a hard-to-kill mercenary in South America, ex-yakuza Shozo Iwaki (Tak Sakaguchi) is informed of the death of his gang boss father, Kenzo (Akaji Maro). Returning home after four years, Shozo discovers that his father's number-one man, Kurawaki (Shingo Tsurumi), has double-crossed and assassinated Kenzo, leaving Shozo not only in charge of what little remains of the Iwaki Family, but also burning with the desire for vengeance. After a titanic battle in which an entire building is levelled, both Shozo and Kurawaki are left barely alive, Shozo missing an arm and a leg.Despite his debilitating wounds, the nearly superhuman Shozo clings to life, and wakes up in a mysterious medical facility with an M61 Vulcan cannon in place of his right arm, and a rocket launcher where his left leg used to be! Although confused by his new body and tormented by the pain it brings him, Shozo quickly learns to love his weaponized frame, and makes himself ready for a rematch with Kurawaki, who also has some mechanical improvements of his own.But before that, Shozo must also deal with Tetsuo (Jun Murakami), his former best friend who's fallen into drugs and hard times, and has been coerced by the Kurawaki gang to find and kill Shozo! Nearly a match for Shozo's strength and fighting ability, Tetsuo also has a mechanical secret: his younger sister Sumire (Cay Izumi), who's been transformed into a naked weapon, using the same technology that gave Shozo his arm and leg! But can Shozo bring himself to destroy his own best friend, the only thing standing between him and final vengeance?Co-directed by Yudai Yamaguchi and Tak Sakaguchi, who between them have created crazy, action-filled comedies like Battlefield Baseball, Meatball Machine, Mutant Girls Squad and Deadball, and featuring action direction by Yuji Shimomura (Death Trance, Versus, Shinobi), special makeup effects by Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police, Helldriver) and based on an adult comic by Ken Ishikawa, who co-created Cutie Honey, Getter Robot and many other famous series, Yakuza Weapon is a wild combination of hard-boiled gangster action, manga-style comedy and splatterific special effects.
Versus | DVD | (28/01/2013)
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There are 666 portals to the other side and somewhere in Japan lies the legendary Forest of Resurrection home of the 444th. It is here that Prisoner KSC2-303 escapes from his fellow inmates to rendezvous with a group of men who will lead him to safety. When he realises that the price of his freedom is the death of a female hostage he refuses to comply with his rescuers&prime; plans and blood is spilled. But when in the aptly named Forest of Resurrection long dead yakuza fighters come back to life to avenge their own deaths a battle against these living dead assassins ensues. This is a battle to simply stay alive let alone escape to freedom. This truly mind-blowing extravaganza of way out set pieces awe-inspiring fight sequences and deadly cunning zombies results in a blur of ultra-kinetic violence that will leave you gasping for breath...
Heat Guy J | DVD | (27/03/2006)
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They needed a hero... so they built Heat Guy J. Android J was secretly built by the government to be the partner of special agent Daisuke Aurora and to combat crime in the oceanic city-nation of Judoh. While J initially appearsito be human the illusion quickly disappears in clouds of scorching steam when he fights... The most dangerous criminals will soon find themselves on the run from the underground legend known as the Heat Guy! Double disc volume featuring episodes 1-8.
Aragami | DVD | (19/09/2005)
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Yukihiko Tsutsumi and Ryuhei Kitamura each finished their contributions to the short film anthology Jam Films (2002) in record time. As a result the producer Shinya Kawai gave the two directors a proposal; to each create a feature length movie with two principal actors battling in one setting and filmed entirely in one week. In Ryuhei Kitamura's Aragami: two samurai end up on death's doorstep after they are wounded in battle. Only one of them (Takao Osawa) survives the night to wake up and discover his wounds are healed and he has gained a special ability. After meeting his savior Aragami (Masaya Kato) the samurai is forced to pay his debt by engaging in battle with his powerful host. Yet only a worthy adversary has the power to defeat the demon known as Aragami....