The Japanese cult manga Gantz recently became a cult movie — which is now available in America on DVD and Blu-Ray. The premise is bizarre, and the dubbing is hilarious, though luckily you have the option to watch it with subtitles. There are so many delightfully random scenes in this movie that it really must be…
Last night, we caught the world premiere of the live-action movie adaptation of Hiroya Oku's manga Gantz. While a bit slow, Gantz could be the future of science-fiction films, and it's only a matter of time until Hollywood remakes it.
The tables have turned, America! No longer are we stealing creepy girl ghost stories from Japan. Now, Japan's remaking our supernatural cinema. Here's the trailer for Japan's gender-swapped remake of the Patrick Swayze flick Ghost, complete with sexy pottery.
A gaggle of teen boys pass through a "gate" and wind up stranded in a mysterious land in Sol. It looks like Alive meets Stargate, so watch the trailer. Plus, here's the first official live action adaptation trailer for Gantz.