Following the photos of the main kaiju Bemularsu two days ago, the official trailer for the highly anticipated tokusatsu film Earth Defense Widow, directed by the legendary cult director Minoru Kawasaki, is finally online! Check the latest trailer filled with kitsch tokusatsu love after the jump.
Minoru Kawasaki, the director of the upcoming tokusatsu film Earth Defense Widow, has posted two new photos of the main kaiju Bemularsu from the set on his official blog. The kaiju is designed by the internationally famous manga/comic artist Kia Asamiya (Silent Möbius, Batman: Child of Dreams). Check the latest photos after the jump.
It was officially announced that Japanese cult tokusatsu director Minoru Kawasaki's latest film Earth Defense Widow will be released in Japanese theaters on February 8, 2014. He is famous for his low-buget tokusatsu films such as The Calamari Wrestler (2004), Everything Other than Japan Sinks (2006), and The Monster X Strikes Back/Attack the G8 Summit (2008). Hit the jump for more details.
The works of American sci-fi legend Philip K. Dick explored subjects that the author was painfully familiar with, including paranoia, drug abuse, transcendental spirituality. While it didn't afford him anything close to a comfortable living, Hollywood has been in love with works, which have spawned Blade Runner, Total Recall and more. There aren't any PKD anime, but a new Biglobe Anime Ranking asks Japanese fans to name the anime that remind them of his work. See what they picked after the jump.
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