Japan On Fire 25: Hideo Gosha – Three Outlaw Samurai

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Hideo Gosha saw samurai cinema and cinema in general and its world in a more dirty, gritty and cynical way, starting with 1964’s Three Outlaw Samurai. Kenny B and VCinema’s Coffin Jon start a new Japan On Fire director’s series in bloody, black and white-fashion.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Hideo Gosha biography – The story so far…
18m 47s – Samurai Wolf 1 and 2 quick-takes.
38m 16s – Three Outlaw Samurai review

Show Links:
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VCinema
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Hideo Gosha: The Manly Way – Midnight Eye article
Three Outlaw Samurai – Trailer

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