Cult Focus - The Miike Collection

Cult Focus - The Miike Collection

Takashi Miike is counted as a rarity in the crazy world of movies. With a broad range of genres and an extensive list of titles that make most director's body of work seem small, Miike has created some of the most iconic Cult Movies of the last 30 years.

In this collection we at ARROW wanted to highlight a delightful menagerie of his works from the terrifying delights of AUDITION to the visual insanity of THE HAPPINESS OF THE KATAKURIS all in one place. Here you will find mind-blowing ACTION from the DEAD OR ALIVE trilogy, the Yakuza crime stylings of the BLACK SOCIETY TRILOGY and GRAVEYARD OF HONOR and the batshit insane sci-fi action romp of Manga adaption TERRAFORMARS. We have also included a few key extras all about Miike that give a little bit of an insight in to one of the greatest of all time - all here on ARROW

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Cult Focus - The Miike Collection
  • Audition

    One of the most notorious J-horror films ever made, Takashi Miike’s Audition exploded onto the festival circuit at the turn of the century to a chorus of awards and praise. The film would catapult Miike to the international scene and pave the way for such other genre delights as Ichii the Killer ...

  • Dead or Alive

    Beginning with an explosive, six-minute montage of sex, drugs and violence, and ending with a phallus-headed battle robot taking flight, Takashi Miike's unforgettable Dead or Alive Trilogy features many of the director's most outrageous moments set alongside some of his most dramatically moving s...

  • Dead or Alive 2: Tôbôsha

    Dead or Alive 2: Birds casts Aikawa and Takeuchi together again, but as new characters, a pair of rival yakuza assassins who turn out to be childhood friends; after a botched hit, they flee together to the island where they grew up, and decide to devote their deadly skills to a more humanitarian ...

  • Dead or Alive: Final

    In Dead or Alive: Final, Takeuchi and Aikawa are catapulted into a future Yokohama ruled by multilingual gangs and cyborg soldiers, where they once again butt heads in the action-packed and cyberpunk-tinged finale to the trilogy.

    As a side note, Dead or Alive: Final was shot and produced digita...

  • The Happiness Of The Katakuris

    From Takashi Miike, the prolific director of such shocking hits including Audition and Ichi the Killer comes “The Sound of Music meets Dawn of the Dead”! The Katakuri family run a peaceful country inn at the foot of Mount Fuji. A little more peaceful than anticipated, their only visitors arrive i...

  • One Missed Call

    Tapping into the same brand of terror as the Ring and Grudge movies, visionary director Takashi Miike ('Audition', 'Blade of the Immortal') presents a modern, high-tech twist on that mainstay of Japanese folklore, the yurei or vengeful spirit, in the form of its own iconic antihero - the terrifyi...

  • Graveyard of Honor (2002)

    Miike's 2002 retelling transplants the story to Tokyo at the turn of the millennium. Less a direct remake of Fukasaku's film than a radical reimagining of the same overarching premise, Miike's film captures both the hedonism and nihilism of the modern Japanese crime scene in deliriously stylish f...

  • Terra Formars

    In an attempt to colonise Mars, 21st-century scientists seed the planet with algae to absorb sunlight and purify the atmosphere, and cockroaches who in turn spread the algae as they feed. 500 years later, the first manned mission to Mars loses contact with Earth, and a second ship is sent to inve...

  • Toshiki Kimura: Drifting with Miike

    In this new interview, shot exclusively for Arrow Video in Tokyo in September 2016, producer Toshiki Kimura discusses his work with director Takashi Miike, as well as his career as a screenwriter under the pseudonym Ichiro Ryu.

  • Miike's Toys: Renji Ishibashi

    Interview with actor Renji Ishibashi

  • Graveyard of Honor (2002) - Trailer

    Miike's 2002 retelling transplants the story to Tokyo at the turn of the millennium. Less a direct remake of Fukasaku's film than a radical reimagining of the same overarching premise, Miike's film captures both the hedonism and nihilism of the modern Japanese crime scene in deliriously stylish f...

  • One Missed Call - Trailer

    Tapping into the same brand of terror as the Ring and Grudge movies, visionary director Takashi Miike ('Audition', 'Blade of the Immortal') presents a modern, high-tech twist on that mainstay of Japanese folklore, the yurei or vengeful spirit, in the form of its own iconic antihero - the terrifyi...