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King Records HADAKA NO TAISHOU 14 (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records HADAKA NO TAISHOU 16 (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records HADAKA NO TAISHOU 18 (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records HISSATSU SHIMAININ 2 (Japan Version) at 54.40 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records HISSATSU SHIMAININ 4 (Japan Version) at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records MATSUMOTO SEICHO SUSPENSE DOYOU WIDE GEKIJOU KESSAKU SEN [DAIEI TV HEN] (Japan Version) at 204.20 SGD from YesAsia
King Records MATSUMOTO SEICHO SUSPENSE DOYOU WIDE GEKIJOU KESSAKU SEN [DAIEI TV HEN] (Japan Version)
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MATSUMOTO SEICHO SUSPENSE DOYOU WIDE GEKIJOU KESSAKU SEN [DAIEI TV HEN] (Japan Version)
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King Records Minamike! 5 no 2! Utamatsuri Dayo1 Hokago Daibakuhatsu!! (Japan Version) at 77.00 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Minamike! 5 no 2! Utamatsuri Dayo1 Hokago Daibakuhatsu!! (Japan Version)
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Minamike! 5 no 2! Utamatsuri Dayo1 Hokago Daibakuhatsu!! (Japan Version)
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King Records Kunoichi Ninpou-chou - Kage no Tsuki (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kunoichi Ninpou-chou - Kage no Tsuki (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Kunoichi Ninpou-chou - Kage no Tsuki (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Hellraiser, Hellraiser 2, Hellraiser 3 Blu-ray Box (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 176.70 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Hellraiser, Hellraiser 2, Hellraiser 3 Blu-ray Box (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Hellraiser, Hellraiser 2, Hellraiser 3 Blu-ray Box (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Tsugaru Hyakunen Shokudo (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Tsugaru Hyakunen Shokudo (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Itte Koi 48 (Blu-ray) (Vol.2) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 92.40 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Itte Koi 48 (Blu-ray) (Vol.2) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Itte Koi 48 (Blu-ray) (Vol.3) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 92.40 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Itte Koi 48 (Blu-ray) (Vol.3) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Hissatsu Special Part.1 (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 283.70 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Hissatsu Special Part.1 (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Kareinaru Keiji Vol.3 (Japan Version) at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kareinaru Keiji Vol.3 (Japan Version)
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King Records Hissatsu Special Part.2 (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 279.50 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Hissatsu Special Part.2 (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records TAIROGOROSHI SHIMODAKO NO KOROSHI WAZA CHIN PLAY KO PLAY (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
King Records TAIROGOROSHI SHIMODAKO NO KOROSHI WAZA CHIN PLAY KO PLAY (Japan Version)
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King Records Tasukebitohashiru7 at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Higanjima (Blu-ray) (Special Comic Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 82.60 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Higanjima (Blu-ray) (Special Comic Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Based on the popular manga by Matsumoto Koji, Higanjima can best be described as Battle Royale meets the vampire world. Volcano High and Crossing director Kim Tae Kyun returns to his genre roots with his Japanese film debut, an action-packed horror-thriller about a group of young people trapped on an island with deadly vampires. This is no Twilight: the vampires are fast and fierce, they travel freely in the daylight, and they have no qualms about killing off any human on the island in all kinds of violent ways. Travel with stars Ishikuro Hideo (Gokusen), Watanabe Dai (Crows Zero), and Mizukawa Asami (Nodame Cantabile) right into the heart of darkness with Higanjima. Akira (Ishikuro Hideo) gets into trouble with a group of thugs, but he is suddenly saved by the mysterious Rei (Mizukawa Asami). She tells him that his long-lost brother Atsushi (Watanabe Dai) has been living on Higanjima, the home of his wife. However, vampires have taken over the island, killing Atsushi's wife and leaving Atsushi to survive there on his own. After an attack by a vampire hitman, Akira decides to go with Rei on a journey to Higanjima to find his brother, and maybe they'll even fight a few vampires along the way. Special Comic Edition Blu-ray includes a 40-page comic by author Matsumoto Koji, a booklet, as well as a bonus DVD with making of, stage events, cast and crew interviews, 9mm Parabellum Bullet (performers of the theme song) interview, and trailers.
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Based on the popular manga by Matsumoto Koji, Higanjima can best be described as Battle Royale meets the vampire world. Volcano High and Crossing director Kim Tae Kyun returns to his genre roots with his Japanese film debut, an action-packed horror-thriller about a group of young people trapped on an island with deadly vampires. This is no Twilight: the vampires are fast and fierce, they travel freely in the daylight, and they have no qualms about killing off any human on the island in all kinds of violent ways. Travel with stars Ishikuro Hideo (Gokusen), Watanabe Dai (Crows Zero), and Mizukawa Asami (Nodame Cantabile) right into the heart of darkness with Higanjima. Akira (Ishikuro Hideo) gets into trouble with a group of thugs, but he is suddenly saved by the mysterious Rei (Mizukawa Asami). She tells him that his long-lost brother Atsushi (Watanabe Dai) has been living on Higanjima, the home of his wife. However, vampires have taken over the island, killing Atsushi's wife and leaving Atsushi to survive there on his own. After an attack by a vampire hitman, Akira decides to go with Rei on a journey to Higanjima to find his brother, and maybe they'll even fight a few vampires along the way. Special Comic Edition Blu-ray includes a 40-page comic by author Matsumoto Koji, a booklet, as well as a bonus DVD with making of, stage events, cast and crew interviews, 9mm Parabellum Bullet (performers of the theme song) interview, and trailers.
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King Records Hissatsuhashikakenin4 at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Get My Revenge! (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Get My Revenge! (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Based on a novel by Real Onigokko and Puzzle writer Yamada Yusuke, Get My Revenge! is set in a near future Japan that has legalized revenge by bereaved family members. Mizuno Masaru of idol group BOYS AND MEN takes on the leading role of Yasuyuki, a man who recently lost his wife. Yasuyuki, his wife's killer and other criminals and revenge-seeking victims all get placed on an isolated island by the government. Armed with weapons, Yasuyuki has 18 hours to find and kill the enemy. Directed by Muroga Atsushi (Wangan Midnight), the film also co-stars Takahashi Maryjun (Virgin Psychics) and BOYS AND MEN's Kobayashi Yutaka (Kamen Rider Gaim).
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Based on a novel by Real Onigokko and Puzzle writer Yamada Yusuke, Get My Revenge! is set in a near future Japan that has legalized revenge by bereaved family members. Mizuno Masaru of idol group BOYS AND MEN takes on the leading role of Yasuyuki, a man who recently lost his wife. Yasuyuki, his wife's killer and other criminals and revenge-seeking victims all get placed on an isolated island by the government. Armed with weapons, Yasuyuki has 18 hours to find and kill the enemy. Directed by Muroga Atsushi (Wangan Midnight), the film also co-stars Takahashi Maryjun (Virgin Psychics) and BOYS AND MEN's Kobayashi Yutaka (Kamen Rider Gaim).
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King Records CRAWLSPACE (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records CRAWLSPACE (Japan Version)
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King Records ARAKAJIME USHINAWARETA KOIBITO TACHI YO (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records ARAKAJIME USHINAWARETA KOIBITO TACHI YO (Japan Version)
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ARAKAJIME USHINAWARETA KOIBITO TACHI YO (Japan Version)
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King Records KINKAKUJI (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records KINKAKUJI (Japan Version)
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King Records 9 GATSU NO JOUDAN CLUB BAND (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records 9 GATSU NO JOUDAN CLUB BAND (Japan Version)
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King Records Idol Is Dead -Non Chan no Propaganda Dai Senso Complete Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 34.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Idol Is Dead -Non Chan no Propaganda Dai Senso Complete Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Idol Is Dead -Non Chan no Propaganda Dai Senso Complete Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Ima, Yari ni Yukimasu (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Ima, Yari ni Yukimasu (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records The Family Game (Blu-ray)(HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records The Family Game (Blu-ray)(HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Kanojo ni Tsuite Shirukoto no Subete (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kanojo ni Tsuite Shirukoto no Subete (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Kisaragi (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Special Priced) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kisaragi (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Special Priced) (Japan Version)
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Five men, one room, one murder mystery. It's not quite 12 Angry Men, but Kisaragi's Five Goofy Men do an admirable job of spinning speculative dialogue into cinematic gold. Helmed by television director Sato Yuichi (Attention Please, Water Boys) with a screenplay by Always - Sunset on Third Street writer Kosawa Ryota, Kisaragi is equal parts slapstick and suspense, with some keen observations about friendship, manhood, and life thrown in. The loopy, atmospheric, and impulsive story is driven by the chemistry and ramblings of its quirky characters, and Sato finds a perfect cast in heartthrobs Shun Oguri (Neighbor No. 13, Sukiyaki Western Django) and Koide Keisuke (Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai), character actor Kagawa Teruyuki (Yureru), comedian Tsukaji Muga (Mamiya Kyodai), and popular everyman Yusuke Santamaria (Udon, Bayside Shakedown 2). Kisaragi was named Best Picture at the 50th Blue Ribbon Awards, annd nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor (Kagawa Teruyuki) at the 31st Japan Academy Awards. One year after the suicide of C-list model Miki, five of her fans come together for a commemorative meeting: fan club leader Iemoto (Shun Oguri), Oda Yuji (Yusuke Santamaria), Snake (Koide Keisuke), Yasuo (Tsukaji Muga), and Ichigo Musume (Kagawa Teruyuki). Sitting down together for the first time, they reminisce about their idol, wondering how someone so bright and beautiful could have possibly taken her own life. It just doesn't make sense. That's when they reach a revelation - she must have been murdered! The five heatedly discuss her death, expressing their suspicions and weighing the many clues and possibilities. The more they talk, the more the case takes shape in their minds, and the closer they come to the truth...
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Five men, one room, one murder mystery. It's not quite 12 Angry Men, but Kisaragi's Five Goofy Men do an admirable job of spinning speculative dialogue into cinematic gold. Helmed by television director Sato Yuichi (Attention Please, Water Boys) with a screenplay by Always - Sunset on Third Street writer Kosawa Ryota, Kisaragi is equal parts slapstick and suspense, with some keen observations about friendship, manhood, and life thrown in. The loopy, atmospheric, and impulsive story is driven by the chemistry and ramblings of its quirky characters, and Sato finds a perfect cast in heartthrobs Shun Oguri (Neighbor No. 13, Sukiyaki Western Django) and Koide Keisuke (Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai), character actor Kagawa Teruyuki (Yureru), comedian Tsukaji Muga (Mamiya Kyodai), and popular everyman Yusuke Santamaria (Udon, Bayside Shakedown 2). Kisaragi was named Best Picture at the 50th Blue Ribbon Awards, annd nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor (Kagawa Teruyuki) at the 31st Japan Academy Awards. One year after the suicide of C-list model Miki, five of her fans come together for a commemorative meeting: fan club leader Iemoto (Shun Oguri), Oda Yuji (Yusuke Santamaria), Snake (Koide Keisuke), Yasuo (Tsukaji Muga), and Ichigo Musume (Kagawa Teruyuki). Sitting down together for the first time, they reminisce about their idol, wondering how someone so bright and beautiful could have possibly taken her own life. It just doesn't make sense. That's when they reach a revelation - she must have been murdered! The five heatedly discuss her death, expressing their suspicions and weighing the many clues and possibilities. The more they talk, the more the case takes shape in their minds, and the closer they come to the truth...
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King Records The Ravine of Goodbye (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records The Ravine of Goodbye (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Author Yoshida Shuichi (Villain) revisits themes of crime, punishment and redemption in his 2008 novel Sayonara Keikoku. Now, director Omori Tatsushi (Tada's Do-It-All House) adapts the tale of an odd relationship for The Ravine of Goodbye. Onishi Shima (Caterpillar) stars as a man whose dark past is revealed when he is accused of playing a role in the death of a neighbor's daughter. In a performance that has been sweeping film awards in Japan, Yoko Maki (Like Father Like Son) plays the man's wife, whose own tumultuous past is revealed as a result of the scandal. A young child has been murdered, and the mother has been arrested as the prime suspect. When she tells investigators that she's been having an affair with neighbor Shunsuke (Onishi Shima), he becomes a person of interest in the case. Sensing a story on the horizon, reporter Watanabe begins investigating both Shunsuke and his wife Kanako's pasts. In the process, he discovers that their relationship is far more complex than anyone can imagine.
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Author Yoshida Shuichi (Villain) revisits themes of crime, punishment and redemption in his 2008 novel Sayonara Keikoku. Now, director Omori Tatsushi (Tada's Do-It-All House) adapts the tale of an odd relationship for The Ravine of Goodbye. Onishi Shima (Caterpillar) stars as a man whose dark past is revealed when he is accused of playing a role in the death of a neighbor's daughter. In a performance that has been sweeping film awards in Japan, Yoko Maki (Like Father Like Son) plays the man's wife, whose own tumultuous past is revealed as a result of the scandal. A young child has been murdered, and the mother has been arrested as the prime suspect. When she tells investigators that she's been having an affair with neighbor Shunsuke (Onishi Shima), he becomes a person of interest in the case. Sensing a story on the horizon, reporter Watanabe begins investigating both Shunsuke and his wife Kanako's pasts. In the process, he discovers that their relationship is far more complex than anyone can imagine.
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King Records The Youth Killer (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition ) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records The Youth Killer (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition ) (Japan Version)
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Hasegawa Kazuhiko has only directed two films in the last thirty years. But in Hasegawa's case, that is enough to put him in the league of Japan's finest filmmakers. Grappling controversial topics and delivering with a terrifying intensity, Hasegawa's films are impossible to forget. His 1979 cult film The Man Who Stole the Sun hit Japanese cinema much like the bomb that its troubled protagonist constructed, while his masterful 1976 debut Seishun no Satsujinsha tells a haunting story of bloody patricide. Adapted from a Nakagami Kenji novel which was itself based on a true story, Seishun no Satsujinsha (a.k.a. The Youth Killer) takes the familiar problems of youth apathy, generation conflict, and domestic violence to a shocking conclusion. Hasegawa cuts no corners with the realistic, emotionally brutal scenes of murder, and Mizutani Yutaka and Ichihara Etsuko both give amazing performances. One morning Jun (Mizutani Yutaka) gets into an angry argument with his father (Uchida Ryohei) over his girlfriend (Harada Mieko) whom his father disapproves of. In a fit of bloody rage, Jun kills his father. He decides to turn himself into the police, but his mother (Ichihara Etsuko) stops him. Eerily calm after the shock, she suggests that they dispose of the body, and then move to another place where no one will know them. When Jun moves the body out of the house, his mother suddenly changes moods again and points a knife at him, as tragedy begets tragedy.
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Hasegawa Kazuhiko has only directed two films in the last thirty years. But in Hasegawa's case, that is enough to put him in the league of Japan's finest filmmakers. Grappling controversial topics and delivering with a terrifying intensity, Hasegawa's films are impossible to forget. His 1979 cult film The Man Who Stole the Sun hit Japanese cinema much like the bomb that its troubled protagonist constructed, while his masterful 1976 debut Seishun no Satsujinsha tells a haunting story of bloody patricide. Adapted from a Nakagami Kenji novel which was itself based on a true story, Seishun no Satsujinsha (a.k.a. The Youth Killer) takes the familiar problems of youth apathy, generation conflict, and domestic violence to a shocking conclusion. Hasegawa cuts no corners with the realistic, emotionally brutal scenes of murder, and Mizutani Yutaka and Ichihara Etsuko both give amazing performances. One morning Jun (Mizutani Yutaka) gets into an angry argument with his father (Uchida Ryohei) over his girlfriend (Harada Mieko) whom his father disapproves of. In a fit of bloody rage, Jun kills his father. He decides to turn himself into the police, but his mother (Ichihara Etsuko) stops him. Eerily calm after the shock, she suggests that they dispose of the body, and then move to another place where no one will know them. When Jun moves the body out of the house, his mother suddenly changes moods again and points a knife at him, as tragedy begets tragedy.
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King Records Funeral Parade of Roses (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Funeral Parade of Roses (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records OIRA SUKEBAN (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Shitsuren Satsujin (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Junan (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Zomvideo (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Furin Junai (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Shitsuren Satsujin (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Zomvideo (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Furenzoku Satsujin Jiken (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Furenzoku Satsujin Jiken (Japan Version)
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King Records HENGE (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records MR. MRS. MISS. LONELY (Japan Version) at 26.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Forgotten Dreams (Blu-ray) (Special Priced) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Furin Junai (Blu-ray) (Special Priced)(Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Hoshizora no Kakera (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Hoshizora no Kakera (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Time Bandits Seisaku 30 Shunen Kinen Special Edition [Blu-ray] (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Kako: My Sullen Past (DVD + Bonus DVD) (Limited Premium Edition) (Japan Version) at 69.00 SGD from YesAsia
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Mishima Yukio Prize-winning playwright/novelist Maeda Shiro follows The Extreme Sukiyaki with his remarkable sophomore directorial effort Kako: My Sullen Past starring two muses of different generations, Koizumi Kyoko and Nikaido Fumi. High school girl Kako (Nikaido Fumi) is set for yet another hot and boring summer at her family's restaurant. But then her aunt Mikiko (Koizumi Kyoko), thought to have died 18 years ago in an explosion, suddenly shows up out of the blue and declares she's alive after all, setting off the political conspiracy rumor mills. Mikiko's appearance throws the entire family asunder, especially for Kako who must share her room with Mikiko and confront a family secret. This edition comes with a 16-page booklet and a bonus DVD of special features.
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Mishima Yukio Prize-winning playwright/novelist Maeda Shiro follows The Extreme Sukiyaki with his remarkable sophomore directorial effort Kako: My Sullen Past starring two muses of different generations, Koizumi Kyoko and Nikaido Fumi. High school girl Kako (Nikaido Fumi) is set for yet another hot and boring summer at her family's restaurant. But then her aunt Mikiko (Koizumi Kyoko), thought to have died 18 years ago in an explosion, suddenly shows up out of the blue and declares she's alive after all, setting off the political conspiracy rumor mills. Mikiko's appearance throws the entire family asunder, especially for Kako who must share her room with Mikiko and confront a family secret. This edition comes with a 16-page booklet and a bonus DVD of special features.
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King Records Isha Sensei (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Isha Sensei (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Higanjima Love is over (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 78.40 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Ultra Zone DVD Box (Japan Version) at 164.10 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Goodbye Debussy (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Shinrei Shashin-bu The Movie (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Following the critically acclaimed A Story of Yonosuke, writer-director Okita Shuichi returns to his low-budget roots with Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday. Shot with a cast of amateur actresses, Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday follows a group of older women who is stranded in the forest when the tour guide of their nature retreat gets lost in the trails. When it becomes clear that no one will save them, it's up to the women to bring together the little survival skills they do have in order to stay alive. Winner of a special mention in the Japanese Splash section of the Tokyo International Film Festival, Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday is a hilarious low-key comedy with a terrific cast and genuine comic charm.
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Following the critically acclaimed A Story of Yonosuke, writer-director Okita Shuichi returns to his low-budget roots with Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday. Shot with a cast of amateur actresses, Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday follows a group of older women who is stranded in the forest when the tour guide of their nature retreat gets lost in the trails. When it becomes clear that no one will save them, it's up to the women to bring together the little survival skills they do have in order to stay alive. Winner of a special mention in the Japanese Splash section of the Tokyo International Film Festival, Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday is a hilarious low-key comedy with a terrific cast and genuine comic charm.
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King Records Karasu no Oyayubi By Rule Of Crow's Thumb (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records My SO Has Got Depression (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Nuigulumar Z (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 33.80 SGD from YesAsia
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The delightfully twisted Iguchi Noboru (Dead Sushi) is back with a riff on tokusatsu (special effects) movies, Nuigulumar Z! Based on the novel by Ohtsuki Kenji, which itself was based on a song by Ohtsuki's band Tokusatsu, the movie stars Nakagawa Shoko, J-pop's queen of all things otaku, as Ayukawa Yumeko (a.k.a. Dameko), a lolita who yearns to be a hero. Her wish is granted when she gets the power to merge with her hot pink-colored talking teddy bear (voiced by Abe Sadao) to become leather-clad superhero Nuigulumar Z (Iguchi regular Takeda Rina, who also plays villain Kill Billy). When Japan gets overrun by zombies, it's up to Dameko and Nuigulumar Z to save the day!
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The delightfully twisted Iguchi Noboru (Dead Sushi) is back with a riff on tokusatsu (special effects) movies, Nuigulumar Z! Based on the novel by Ohtsuki Kenji, which itself was based on a song by Ohtsuki's band Tokusatsu, the movie stars Nakagawa Shoko, J-pop's queen of all things otaku, as Ayukawa Yumeko (a.k.a. Dameko), a lolita who yearns to be a hero. Her wish is granted when she gets the power to merge with her hot pink-colored talking teddy bear (voiced by Abe Sadao) to become leather-clad superhero Nuigulumar Z (Iguchi regular Takeda Rina, who also plays villain Kill Billy). When Japan gets overrun by zombies, it's up to Dameko and Nuigulumar Z to save the day!
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King Records The Drudgery Train (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition)(Japan Version) at 86.40 SGD from YesAsia
King Records The Drudgery Train (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition)(Japan Version)
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After venturing to other genres with The Matsugane Potshot Affair and My Back Page, acclaimed indie director Yamashita Nobuhiro returns to the dark comedy genre that kicked off his career with The Drudgery Train. Based on the Akutagawa Prize-winning novel by Nishimura Kenta, this offbeat comedy follows the adventures of a 19-year-old deadbeat loser laborer who strikes an unlikely friendship with a newly hired co-worker. In addition to Moriyama Mirai (Love Strikes) playing the drunken laborer, The Drudgery Train also stars Kora Kengo (Norwegian Wood) as the new hire and former AKB48 member Maeda Atsuko as a local bookstore clerk who becomes a love interest. At just 19 years old, laborer Kitamichi (Moriyama Mirai) has already built up a nasty drinking habit and an obsession with peep shows. He has no social skills whatsoever and has alienated anyone who has seen him drunk. Kitamachi's life begins to turn around when he is befriended by newcomer Kusakabe (Kora Kengo), a decent young man who provides Kitamachi with much-needed positive influence. With Kusakabe's help, Kitamachi even becomes friends with Sakurai (Maeda Atsuko), a bookstore clerk whom Kitamachi has a crush on. However, Kitamachi will realize that life never walks a smooth path, especially for someone like him. This edition includes audio commentary, making of, cast and director interviews, stage events and trailers.
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After venturing to other genres with The Matsugane Potshot Affair and My Back Page, acclaimed indie director Yamashita Nobuhiro returns to the dark comedy genre that kicked off his career with The Drudgery Train. Based on the Akutagawa Prize-winning novel by Nishimura Kenta, this offbeat comedy follows the adventures of a 19-year-old deadbeat loser laborer who strikes an unlikely friendship with a newly hired co-worker. In addition to Moriyama Mirai (Love Strikes) playing the drunken laborer, The Drudgery Train also stars Kora Kengo (Norwegian Wood) as the new hire and former AKB48 member Maeda Atsuko as a local bookstore clerk who becomes a love interest. At just 19 years old, laborer Kitamichi (Moriyama Mirai) has already built up a nasty drinking habit and an obsession with peep shows. He has no social skills whatsoever and has alienated anyone who has seen him drunk. Kitamachi's life begins to turn around when he is befriended by newcomer Kusakabe (Kora Kengo), a decent young man who provides Kitamachi with much-needed positive influence. With Kusakabe's help, Kitamachi even becomes friends with Sakurai (Maeda Atsuko), a bookstore clerk whom Kitamachi has a crush on. However, Kitamachi will realize that life never walks a smooth path, especially for someone like him. This edition includes audio commentary, making of, cast and director interviews, stage events and trailers.
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King Records Shaolin Temple Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 61.00 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Shaolin Temple Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Shaolin Temple 2 Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 61.00 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Shaolin Temple 2 Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Kisaragi (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) at 67.30 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kisaragi (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version)
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Five men, one room, one murder mystery. It's not quite 12 Angry Men, but Kisaragi's Five Goofy Men do an admirable job of spinning speculative dialogue into cinematic gold. Helmed by television director Sato Yuichi (Attention Please, Water Boys) with a screenplay by Always - Sunset on Third Street writer Kosawa Ryota, Kisaragi is equal parts slapstick and suspense, with some keen observations about friendship, manhood, and life thrown in. The loopy, atmospheric, and impulsive story is driven by the chemistry and ramblings of its quirky characters, and Sato finds a perfect cast in heartthrobs Shun Oguri (Neighbor No. 13, Sukiyaki Western Django) and Koide Keisuke (Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai), character actor Kagawa Teruyuki (Yureru), comedian Tsukaji Muga (Mamiya Kyodai), and popular everyman Yusuke Santamaria (Udon, Bayside Shakedown 2). Kisaragi was named Best Picture at the 50th Blue Ribbon Awards, annd nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor (Kagawa Teruyuki) at the 31st Japan Academy Awards. One year after the suicide of C-list model Miki, five of her fans come together for a commemorative meeting: fan club leader Iemoto (Shun Oguri), Oda Yuji (Yusuke Santamaria), Snake (Koide Keisuke), Yasuo (Tsukaji Muga), and Ichigo Musume (Kagawa Teruyuki). Sitting down together for the first time, they reminisce about their idol, wondering how someone so bright and beautiful could have possibly taken her own life. It just doesn't make sense. That's when they reach a revelation - she must have been murdered! The five heatedly discuss her death, expressing their suspicions and weighing the many clues and possibilities. The more they talk, the more the case takes shape in their minds, and the closer they come to the truth...
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Five men, one room, one murder mystery. It's not quite 12 Angry Men, but Kisaragi's Five Goofy Men do an admirable job of spinning speculative dialogue into cinematic gold. Helmed by television director Sato Yuichi (Attention Please, Water Boys) with a screenplay by Always - Sunset on Third Street writer Kosawa Ryota, Kisaragi is equal parts slapstick and suspense, with some keen observations about friendship, manhood, and life thrown in. The loopy, atmospheric, and impulsive story is driven by the chemistry and ramblings of its quirky characters, and Sato finds a perfect cast in heartthrobs Shun Oguri (Neighbor No. 13, Sukiyaki Western Django) and Koide Keisuke (Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai), character actor Kagawa Teruyuki (Yureru), comedian Tsukaji Muga (Mamiya Kyodai), and popular everyman Yusuke Santamaria (Udon, Bayside Shakedown 2). Kisaragi was named Best Picture at the 50th Blue Ribbon Awards, annd nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor (Kagawa Teruyuki) at the 31st Japan Academy Awards. One year after the suicide of C-list model Miki, five of her fans come together for a commemorative meeting: fan club leader Iemoto (Shun Oguri), Oda Yuji (Yusuke Santamaria), Snake (Koide Keisuke), Yasuo (Tsukaji Muga), and Ichigo Musume (Kagawa Teruyuki). Sitting down together for the first time, they reminisce about their idol, wondering how someone so bright and beautiful could have possibly taken her own life. It just doesn't make sense. That's when they reach a revelation - she must have been murdered! The five heatedly discuss her death, expressing their suspicions and weighing the many clues and possibilities. The more they talk, the more the case takes shape in their minds, and the closer they come to the truth...
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King Records The Serialist (Blu-ray)(Collector's Edition)(Japan Version) at 78.10 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Au revoir l'ete (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
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After dark comedy Hospitalite, writer-director Fukada Koji tells the gentle story of two young people on the cusp of adulthood searching for themselves in Au revoir l'ete. Rising star Nikaido Fumi (Himizu) plays Sakuko, a young woman who has arrived in a seaside town for summer vacation with her aunt. There, she meets Takashi (Taiga), a "nuclear refugee" who has moved to the town from Fukushima Prefecture to work at his uncle's love hotel. Over the course of two weeks, the pair develops a close bond as those around them fall into various personal crises. A dryly amusing story about love, youth and the loss of innocence, Au revoir l ete has earned critical acclaimed from audiences at film festivals around the world, including the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Rotterdam Film Festival and the Festival des 3 Continents in France.
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After dark comedy Hospitalite, writer-director Fukada Koji tells the gentle story of two young people on the cusp of adulthood searching for themselves in Au revoir l'ete. Rising star Nikaido Fumi (Himizu) plays Sakuko, a young woman who has arrived in a seaside town for summer vacation with her aunt. There, she meets Takashi (Taiga), a "nuclear refugee" who has moved to the town from Fukushima Prefecture to work at his uncle's love hotel. Over the course of two weeks, the pair develops a close bond as those around them fall into various personal crises. A dryly amusing story about love, youth and the loss of innocence, Au revoir l ete has earned critical acclaimed from audiences at film festivals around the world, including the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Rotterdam Film Festival and the Festival des 3 Continents in France.
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King Records Drive in Gamo (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Hippocrates Tachi (Blu-ray) (HD New Master Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Gaki Teikoku (Blu-ray) (HD New Master Edition) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Gaki Teikoku (Blu-ray) (HD New Master Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records TV DRAMA[BITTARE!!!]DVD-BOX (Japan Version) at 136.30 SGD from YesAsia
King Records TV DRAMA[BITTARE!!!]DVD-BOX (Japan Version)
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King Records TAKEYAMA ROCKN`ROLL VOL.15 (Japan Version) at 44.60 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records OFFRET SACRIFICATIO (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records CTANKEP (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records STOP MAKING SENSE (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records The Story of Qiu Ju (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 35.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records The Story of Qiu Ju (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Zhang Yimou and Gong Li collaborated in many widely acclaimed movies, from Red Sorghum in 1987 to the 1995 movie Shanghai Triad. Like most of these earlier works by Zhang Yimou, The Story of Qiu Ju focuses on ordinary or even repressed Chinese peasants. Zhang makes a very sharp criticism against the bureaucracy and power abuse, which still existed in 1992 when the movie was made. Besides, the film also contrasts the simple peasants with the sophisticated city-dwellers, highlighting problems in China's contemporary socio-political development. The film triumphed at the Venice Film Festival in 1992 to capture the Best Film award, and Gong Li was also crowned Best Actress for her superb performance. An ordinary farmer Qinglai (Liu Peiqi) quarrels with the village's chief (Lei Quesheng) over the building of a storage house for his crop in the field. The village chief kicks Qinglai in the privates. Qinglai gives up and wants the matter to pass, but his wife Qiu Ju (Gong Li) does not. She argues the case to officers first in the county government then the provincial government. The very pregnant Qiu Ju persists for but one reason: she wants justice to be done.
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Zhang Yimou and Gong Li collaborated in many widely acclaimed movies, from Red Sorghum in 1987 to the 1995 movie Shanghai Triad. Like most of these earlier works by Zhang Yimou, The Story of Qiu Ju focuses on ordinary or even repressed Chinese peasants. Zhang makes a very sharp criticism against the bureaucracy and power abuse, which still existed in 1992 when the movie was made. Besides, the film also contrasts the simple peasants with the sophisticated city-dwellers, highlighting problems in China's contemporary socio-political development. The film triumphed at the Venice Film Festival in 1992 to capture the Best Film award, and Gong Li was also crowned Best Actress for her superb performance. An ordinary farmer Qinglai (Liu Peiqi) quarrels with the village's chief (Lei Quesheng) over the building of a storage house for his crop in the field. The village chief kicks Qinglai in the privates. Qinglai gives up and wants the matter to pass, but his wife Qiu Ju (Gong Li) does not. She argues the case to officers first in the county government then the provincial government. The very pregnant Qiu Ju persists for but one reason: she wants justice to be done.
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King Records Love & Peace (Blu-ray) (Standard Edition) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Love & Peace (Blu-ray) (Standard Edition) (Japan Version)
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Prolific maverick Sono Sion takes audiences on a strange and magical ride with Love & Peace, an entertaining, off-the-wall opus that blends fantasy, music, satire, kaiju and just plain old weirdness. Suzuki Ryoichi (Hasegawa Hiroki, Attack on Titan) once dreamed of being a rock star, but now he's just a nerdy salaryman at a musical instrument parts company. He's constantly mocked by his boss and colleagues, and has a crush on shy co-worker Terashima Yuko (Aso Kumiko, Love Strikes!). One day, Ryoichi buys a small turtle and names it Pikadon. He grows quite fond of his pet, but after getting laughed at by his co-workers, he flushes the turtle down the toilet. Pikadon travels through the sewer and ends up at a magical lost and found run by an old man (Nishida Toshiyuki, The Kiyosu Conference). The distraught Ryoichi, meanwhile, publicly performs a song about Pikadon that gets mistaken for a protest song. Next thing he knows, he gets picked up by a label and transformed into a star.
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Prolific maverick Sono Sion takes audiences on a strange and magical ride with Love & Peace, an entertaining, off-the-wall opus that blends fantasy, music, satire, kaiju and just plain old weirdness. Suzuki Ryoichi (Hasegawa Hiroki, Attack on Titan) once dreamed of being a rock star, but now he's just a nerdy salaryman at a musical instrument parts company. He's constantly mocked by his boss and colleagues, and has a crush on shy co-worker Terashima Yuko (Aso Kumiko, Love Strikes!). One day, Ryoichi buys a small turtle and names it Pikadon. He grows quite fond of his pet, but after getting laughed at by his co-workers, he flushes the turtle down the toilet. Pikadon travels through the sewer and ends up at a magical lost and found run by an old man (Nishida Toshiyuki, The Kiyosu Conference). The distraught Ryoichi, meanwhile, publicly performs a song about Pikadon that gets mistaken for a protest song. Next thing he knows, he gets picked up by a label and transformed into a star.
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King Records Edogawa Ranpo
King Records Edogawa Ranpo "Kyuketsuki" yori Tsurara no Bijo / Edogawa Ranpo "Majutsu Shi" yori Yokushitsu no Bijo (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Edogawa Ranpo "Kyuketsuki" yori Tsurara no Bijo / Edogawa Ranpo "Majutsu Shi" yori Yokushitsu no Bijo (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Miserareta Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no
King Records Miserareta Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Jujiro" / Gojunoto no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Yuki no To" (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Miserareta Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Jujiro" / Gojunoto no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Yuki no To" (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Kindan no Mi no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no
King Records Kindan no Mi no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Ningen Isu" / Hono no Naka no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Sankaku Kan no Kyofu" (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Kindan no Mi no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Ningen Isu" / Hono no Naka no Bijo Edogawa Ranpo no "Sankaku Kan no Kyofu" (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records Stone (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 65.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Stone (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Stone (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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King Records that's it (Blu-ray) (Destroyer Edition)(Japan Version) at 81.50 SGD from YesAsia
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Maverick filmmaker Ishii Gakuryu (Gojoe, Burst City) sends audiences on a wild, punk-infused crime run in That's It, which is inspired by and features the music of Japanese rock band Bloodthirsty Butchers. Sometani Shota plays a desperate young man who turns to stealing gold in hopes of escaping his destitute underground life. Instead, he acquires a hard disk filled with valuable personal information that belongs to a criminal organization. Though he manages to stash the disk, he turns into the target of the underworld. This edition includes Big Fire Comics Special Destroyer (76p), guidebook and special features.
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Maverick filmmaker Ishii Gakuryu (Gojoe, Burst City) sends audiences on a wild, punk-infused crime run in That's It, which is inspired by and features the music of Japanese rock band Bloodthirsty Butchers. Sometani Shota plays a desperate young man who turns to stealing gold in hopes of escaping his destitute underground life. Instead, he acquires a hard disk filled with valuable personal information that belongs to a criminal organization. Though he manages to stash the disk, he turns into the target of the underworld. This edition includes Big Fire Comics Special Destroyer (76p), guidebook and special features.
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King Records Ask This of Rikyu (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (Japan Version) at 78.40 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Ask This of Rikyu (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (Japan Version)
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Fittingly for a film that has so much to do with the idea of beauty, Ask This of Rikyu won the Best Artistic Contribution award at the 2013 Montreal International Film Festival. Directed by Tanaka Mitsutoshi (Castle Under Fiery Skies), the film is based on the Naoki Prize-winning novel by Yamamoto Kenichi and boasts a cast that includes Ichikawa Ebizo (Hara-kiri: Death of a Samurai), Nakatani Miki (The Kiyosu Conference) and Omori Nao (Ichi the Killer). Sen no Rikyu is considered one of the most important historical figures in Japan due to the fact that he mastered the beauty of the tea ceremony. Rikyu served as tea master for warlord Oda Nobunaga and continued to serve in the post under Oda's successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Toyotomi and Rikyu became very close, to the point that Toyotomi essentially gave Rikyu the power to define the tea ceremony. One day, however, Toyotomi ordered Rikyu to commit seppuku. Ask This of Rikyu explores Rikyu's background and why this happened. In the film, after Rikyu (Ichikawa Ebizo) has been ordered to commit seppuku by Toyotomi (Omori Nao), his wife Son (Nakatani Miki) says something that causes Rikyu to recall the experiences and, in particular, a secret that led to his understanding of beauty. The film also posits that Toyotomi ordered Rikyu to commit seppuku because he was threatened by him, and explores how a simple tea master could have inspired such jealousy from a ruler. This edition contains bonus footage including the making of and clips from the Montreal International Film Festival.
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Fittingly for a film that has so much to do with the idea of beauty, Ask This of Rikyu won the Best Artistic Contribution award at the 2013 Montreal International Film Festival. Directed by Tanaka Mitsutoshi (Castle Under Fiery Skies), the film is based on the Naoki Prize-winning novel by Yamamoto Kenichi and boasts a cast that includes Ichikawa Ebizo (Hara-kiri: Death of a Samurai), Nakatani Miki (The Kiyosu Conference) and Omori Nao (Ichi the Killer). Sen no Rikyu is considered one of the most important historical figures in Japan due to the fact that he mastered the beauty of the tea ceremony. Rikyu served as tea master for warlord Oda Nobunaga and continued to serve in the post under Oda's successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Toyotomi and Rikyu became very close, to the point that Toyotomi essentially gave Rikyu the power to define the tea ceremony. One day, however, Toyotomi ordered Rikyu to commit seppuku. Ask This of Rikyu explores Rikyu's background and why this happened. In the film, after Rikyu (Ichikawa Ebizo) has been ordered to commit seppuku by Toyotomi (Omori Nao), his wife Son (Nakatani Miki) says something that causes Rikyu to recall the experiences and, in particular, a secret that led to his understanding of beauty. The film also posits that Toyotomi ordered Rikyu to commit seppuku because he was threatened by him, and explores how a simple tea master could have inspired such jealousy from a ruler. This edition contains bonus footage including the making of and clips from the Montreal International Film Festival.
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King Records SHONEN HOLLYWOOD HOLLYWOOD TV JAPAN VOL.4 (Japan Version) at 61.00 SGD from YesAsia
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SHONEN HOLLYWOOD HOLLYWOOD TV JAPAN VOL.4 (Japan Version)
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King Records IDOL IS DEAD -NON CHAN NO PROPAGANDA DAI SENSOU- <CHOU KANZEN BAN> (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
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IDOL IS DEAD -NON CHAN NO PROPAGANDA DAI SENSOU- (Japan Version)
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King Records Nuigulumar Z (DVD+CD) (First Press Limited Edition)(Japan Version) at 95.50 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Nuigulumar Z (DVD+CD) (First Press Limited Edition)(Japan Version)
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The delightfully twisted Iguchi Noboru (Dead Sushi) is back with a riff on tokusatsu (special effects) movies, Nuigulumar Z! Based on the novel by Ohtsuki Kenji, which itself was based on a song by Ohtsuki's band Tokusatsu, the movie stars Nakagawa Shoko, J-pop's queen of all things otaku, as Ayukawa Yumeko (a.k.a. Dameko), a lolita who yearns to be a hero. Her wish is granted when she gets the power to merge with her hot pink-colored talking teddy bear (voiced by Abe Sadao) to become leather-clad superhero Nuigulumar Z (Iguchi regular Takeda Rina, who also plays villain Kill Billy). When Japan gets overrun by zombies, it's up to Dameko and Nuigulumar Z to save the day! This edition includes a booklet, a photo (one randomly chosen from 10 styles), a CD and bonus footage.
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The delightfully twisted Iguchi Noboru (Dead Sushi) is back with a riff on tokusatsu (special effects) movies, Nuigulumar Z! Based on the novel by Ohtsuki Kenji, which itself was based on a song by Ohtsuki's band Tokusatsu, the movie stars Nakagawa Shoko, J-pop's queen of all things otaku, as Ayukawa Yumeko (a.k.a. Dameko), a lolita who yearns to be a hero. Her wish is granted when she gets the power to merge with her hot pink-colored talking teddy bear (voiced by Abe Sadao) to become leather-clad superhero Nuigulumar Z (Iguchi regular Takeda Rina, who also plays villain Kill Billy). When Japan gets overrun by zombies, it's up to Dameko and Nuigulumar Z to save the day! This edition includes a booklet, a photo (one randomly chosen from 10 styles), a CD and bonus footage.
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King Records Refugees of Tokyo (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 78.40 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Refugees of Tokyo (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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As the Japanese economy struggles to recover, the gap between the wealthy and the poor has widened considerably. This generation of young people no longer have same job security the previous generation once had, and many of them are left to find refuge under the glamour of the big cities in internet cafes and highway bridges. Novelist Fukuzawa Tetsuzo and director Sasabe Kiyoshi (Half a Confession) tell the story of one young man who fell through the cracks in Refugees in Tokyo. Nakamura Aoi (Mitsuko Delivers) stars as Shu, a college student who is kicked out of school for outstanding tuition. After his father disappears to avoid his debtors, Shu is evicted from his apartment and forced to live in internet cafes while making ends meet with temporary jobs. His only salvation comes when he is offered a job at a host club. Determined to never return to his homeless life, Shu will do whatever it takes to succeed in his new career.
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As the Japanese economy struggles to recover, the gap between the wealthy and the poor has widened considerably. This generation of young people no longer have same job security the previous generation once had, and many of them are left to find refuge under the glamour of the big cities in internet cafes and highway bridges. Novelist Fukuzawa Tetsuzo and director Sasabe Kiyoshi (Half a Confession) tell the story of one young man who fell through the cracks in Refugees in Tokyo. Nakamura Aoi (Mitsuko Delivers) stars as Shu, a college student who is kicked out of school for outstanding tuition. After his father disappears to avoid his debtors, Shu is evicted from his apartment and forced to live in internet cafes while making ends meet with temporary jobs. His only salvation comes when he is offered a job at a host club. Determined to never return to his homeless life, Shu will do whatever it takes to succeed in his new career.
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King Records Hissatsukarakuri ninfugakuhyakkei koroshitabi01 at 54.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Hissatsukarakuri ninfugakuhyakkei koroshitabi01
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King Records Kunoichi Ninpohou DVD Box Part1 (Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 138.70 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Kunoichi Ninpohou DVD Box Part1 (Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Kunoichi Ninpohou DVD Box Part1 (Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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King Records Hisattsu Shigotonin Vol.4 (Japan Version) at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
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Hisattsu Shigotonin Vol.4 (Japan Version)
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King Records Tasukebito Hashiru Vol.1 (Japan Version) at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Tasukebito Hashiru Vol.1 (Japan Version)
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Tasukebito Hashiru Vol.1 (Japan Version)
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King Records Kareinaru Keiji Vol.2 (Japan Version) at 66.90 SGD from YesAsia
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Kareinaru Keiji Vol.2 (Japan Version)
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King Records chaikofusuki mikanseikoukyoukyokuji zuninishimototomomichaikofusuki kinenzaidanroshiakoukyougakudan at 49.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records SEN.RITSU YUKAI SARERU MONDO DOSURU? EDO SEIKAI NO KUROMAKU TO TAIKETSU!JUNKIN NO KARAKURI ZASHIKI (Japan Version) at 52.30 SGD from YesAsia
King Records SEN.RITSU YUKAI SARERU MONDO DOSURU? EDO SEIKAI NO KUROMAKU TO TAIKETSU!JUNKIN NO KARAKURI ZASHIKI (Japan Version)
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King Records We Can't Change the World. But, We Wanna Build a School in Cambodia. (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records We Can't Change the World. But, We Wanna Build a School in Cambodia. (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Breaking out of a generation known for being apathetic, four Japanese university students try to help the world in their own small way with We Can't Change the World. But We Wanna Build a School in Cambodia. Based on an autobiography by Kota Hada, this inspirational true story of philanthropy stars Mukai Osamu (Paradise Kiss) as a medical school student who single-handedly leads the way to getting a school built in Cambodia. Leaving behind dark genre films like X-Cross and Battle Royale 2, director Fukasaku Kenta takes a bright, intimate approach to telling this amazing true story, creating a genuinely touching film that will make you smile, cry, and maybe even be inspired to help the world. Kota Hada (Mukai Osamu) is a second-year medical student with a good life that anyone would feel content having. However, feeling that something is still missing in his life, Hada is looking for a change. One day, he picks up a pamphlet about volunteer work that inspires him to get a school built in Cambodia. With the help of his three friends, Hada starts organizing charity events and other activities to raise the money needed to fund the school. Their dedication to the cause is further strengthened when the four visit Cambodia and see the people they're trying to help up close. However, various obstacles back at home soon threaten to derail their efforts. Blu-ray Edition includes trailers and other bonus features.
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Breaking out of a generation known for being apathetic, four Japanese university students try to help the world in their own small way with We Can't Change the World. But We Wanna Build a School in Cambodia. Based on an autobiography by Kota Hada, this inspirational true story of philanthropy stars Mukai Osamu (Paradise Kiss) as a medical school student who single-handedly leads the way to getting a school built in Cambodia. Leaving behind dark genre films like X-Cross and Battle Royale 2, director Fukasaku Kenta takes a bright, intimate approach to telling this amazing true story, creating a genuinely touching film that will make you smile, cry, and maybe even be inspired to help the world. Kota Hada (Mukai Osamu) is a second-year medical student with a good life that anyone would feel content having. However, feeling that something is still missing in his life, Hada is looking for a change. One day, he picks up a pamphlet about volunteer work that inspires him to get a school built in Cambodia. With the help of his three friends, Hada starts organizing charity events and other activities to raise the money needed to fund the school. Their dedication to the cause is further strengthened when the four visit Cambodia and see the people they're trying to help up close. However, various obstacles back at home soon threaten to derail their efforts. Blu-ray Edition includes trailers and other bonus features.
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King Records Forgotten Dreams (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
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King Records Hellbound Hellraiser 2 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Hellbound Hellraiser 2 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Hellbound Hellraiser 2 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Accident (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Accident (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Accident (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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King Records Papillon (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 64.80 SGD from YesAsia
King Records Papillon (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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