He doesn’t need to see you to kill you
Zatoichi... A warrior so highly skilled, his lack of sight is no barrier to the removal of your arms and legs with one sweep of his cold steel blade. Across dozens of movies, the sightless fighter has fought injustice and oppression but this one is the bloodiest, most gore splattered yet!
Zatoichi finds himself trying to protect the poor and weak against injustice in a vicious turf war between two warring Yakuza clans as he battles trained killers on both sides who want to bring him down. Luckily, with super sensitive hearing, lightening reactions and virtuoso blade skills, each will die in a fountain of crimson blood.
See this hyper-violent classic from the creators of Lone Wolf & Cub and Hanzo the Razor which blends exploitation, slapstick, splatter and sensitivity in one deranged swordplay classic.
Arrowdrome is a fleapit selected library of Cult films; Violent, Horrific, Sleazy, Exploitative. To explore step in to the cult arena! Every Arrowdrome release includes a reversible sleeve of original artwork and a collector's booklet!
Also includes Arrowdrome trailers and new booklets by Tom Mes
Author of books on Takashi Miike,
Shinya Tsukamoto and More!
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Zatoichi is an excellent film, will enjoy it from time to time.
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