The early 2000s proved to be the best era for films fans amid the rise of the Asia Extreme subgenre. This no less includes one of the most topical releases by far with Kinji Fukasaku’s Battle Royale, long celebrated even after the director’s passing in 2003 upon the production of his son’s sequel, Battle Royale II: Requiem.
Arrow Video Channel Review: Kinji Fukasaku’s GRAVEYARD OF HONOR, The Measure Of An Inglorious Madman
Folks who subscribe to the Arrow Video Channel have a treasure trove of titles to sift through when it comes to the Arrow brand. This especially speaks to fans of Japanese New Wave filmmakers of the 1950s and 1970s, including none other than Kinji Fukasaku who made a name for himself diving into the crime and action features well into the 1960s.