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First Look At Takashi Miike’s ‘Yakuza Apocalypse’!

Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld

Twitch has the first look at Indonesian action star Yayan Ruhian – best known from both The Raid films – in Takashi Miike’s Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld.

Hayato Ichihara stars in Miike’s return to hardcore genre filmmaking in what’s being billed as the world’s first yakuza vampire movie.

Scripted by Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, Yakuza Apocalypse stars Ichihara as a yakuza underling who discovers his boss is a bloodsucker, only to get bitten himself before going up against a gang of deadly international assassins.

Check out the image and a lengthy synopsis below.

Akira (Hayato Ichihara) admires Genyo Kamiura who is the most powerful yakuza. Genyo Kamiura has been targeted numerous times, but has never died. He is called the invincible person.

Because of Genyo Kamiura, Akira enters the world of the yakuza. His yakuza colleagues treats him like an idiot, Akira can’t even get tattoos because of his sensitive skin. Akira becomes disappointed in the yakuza world, because it’s not like what he say in the movies. Especially, in terms of loyalty and charity depicted of the yakuza.

An assassin is then sent to take out Genyo Kamiura. The killers know that Genyo Kamiura is a vampire.


6 Comments
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    • Skrub Tre

      I was so wondering if that’s him in that picture

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  • Yakushiji Tenzen

    Takashi Miike and Yayan Ruhian = amazing
    However vampires? ehhh. It’s Miike though so I have high hopes.

  • a yakuza vampire movie… how can you not look forward to that

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