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Robo Geisha (2009)

To help them achieve their goal of taking over the world, a megalomaniac Japanese businessman and his son recruit a vicious gang of Geisha assassins. These include two feisty sisters with an amazing range of surgically added weapons. But when one of these Robo Geishas refuses to kill an innocent group of ex-employees, its butt-blades versus wig napalm and machine breasts against killer-cleaver socks as the assassins take on the Geisha’s in one of the most mind-bending movie battles of all time... 2008's The Machine Girl by Noburu Iguchi seemed to have kickstarted the floodwave of shot on video Japanese gore and exploitation. Robo Geisha by the same director in 2009 isn't likely to fly as high though although the demand for the titles will surely make a respectable number of units fly of the shelves. Twisted, quirky, dramatic and not outrageously gory enough, the film doesn't walk this tightrope very well and only partly lights up bigtime. The alert quickly goes off during the opening of the film. Faced with a 100 minute running time and getting sights such as cheesy computer generated blood, assassins wearing masks that are oddly phallic in their design, one constant theme of Iguchi's film is the wild imagination working sporadically and often falling flat on its face (the inclusion of butt-blades, wig napalm, machine gun breasts, buildings that bleed and breast milk from hell sounds more fun than they overall are in execution). There seems to be a desire to provide the viewer with a comic book fantasy turned up to 11 but since he movie is rather limp at points despite trying its hardest, it's a shame more outrageous gore wasn't part of the design. And I recognize that the mix of quirky humour, the drama between the sisters and the rest of the twisted shenanigans being included all around said elements is a choice and it's all not meant to be taken seriously but it's all also kind of embarrassingly cheesy and again, even when taking the gore to painful, disturbing levels we're not treated to as much physical effects as needed. The CGI blood may in concept work fine alongside the cartoony side to Robo Geisha but not all audiences are twelve years old. Robo Geisha comes equipped with a great exploitation concept but doesn't have the balls to be more shameless about it. Thankfully not trying to be important with its content, Noburo Iguchi does deserve kudos for some of the energy in the film that unmistakably shows signs of promise in a market of Japanese video gore flicks that is quickly becoming very full. I would've liked to have been stuffed full with Robo Geisha but it's merely a way too long afternoon snack... with little snack.

Robin-B-Hood, Mulan & Robo-Geisha Release info!

Trying to keep up to date with our latest slew of releases from Cine-Asia. First up we have Robin-B-Hood from the Cine-Asia/Dragon Dynasty label. Robin-B-Hood will be released as a two-disc DVD (£17.99) and single-disc Blu-ray (£24.99) by Cine Asia on 24th May 2010. Special Features include: ‘Crashing The Hood’ with star and action director Jackie Chan; ‘The Hand That Mocks The Cradle’ with director Benny Chan; ‘Baby Boomer’ with co-star Conroy Chan; ‘Playtime For Adults’ – on the set of Robin-B-Hood; ‘Robin-B-Hood – An Original Making Of’; trailer; Dolby Digital Cantonese 5.1 and English 5.1 audio options (DVD); DTS HD MA English 5.1 and DTS HD MA Cantonese 5.1 audio options (Blu-ray); optional English Subtitles. On the 7th June we are given the release of Robo-Geisha released from the Cine-Asia Extreme Label. This horror (I mean it looks f**king awful) will be released on DVD (£15.99) and Blu-ray (£24.99). Special Features include: DTS HD Master Audio Japanese 4.0 Audio Track (Blu-ray only); Dolby Digital Japanese 2.0 Audio Track; optional English Subtitles; Trailer Gallery; Original Trailer. Now many details have surfaced at the moment, but Cine-Asia will release Mulan: Warrior Princess the latest effort from Jingle Ma starring Vicky Zhao and Jaycce Chan. Mulan will be released on 21st June 2010 on DVD and Blu-Ray.

Future UK DVD Releases, you lucky people! (March – June)

I think the UK Market for Asian Cinema is best, it has ever been.  So we've received plenty of Press Releases over the past couple of weeks about some of the great movies coming out. So here's a run down of films we can expect to see in store over the next few months.

Monday 29th March brings us Momentum Pictures DVD release of Rain Fall which is the Japanese thriller that stars Gary Oldman! DVD is priced at £15.99, review coming soon!

Monday 5th April brings us a treble bill of Japanese Video Gore! Cine Asia deliver a double bill of Hard Revenge Milly which also includes the sequel Hard Revenge Milly: Bloody Battle, double the Miki Mizuno people! Then we have MVMs Geisha Assassin aka Geisha V Ninja; Gentle as a Lady, Deadly as a Cobra!! The Milly double bill is £17.99 and GA will set you back £15.99

Monday 12th April delivers the next action flick from Thai beauty Jija Yanin in Raging Phoenix, Cine-Asia are releasing this blockbuster on DVD and shiny, shiny Blu-Ray. Special Features include: B-Roll Action Scene footage; interview gallery; trailer gallery; Dolby Digital Thai 5.1 (DVD); DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 Thai (Blu-ray); optional English subtitles. Pricing is £17.99 (DVD) and £24.99 (Blu-ray)!

Monday 26th April gives us our next load of Jet Li classics released by Cine-Asia via Dragon Dynasty in Tai Chi Master. So we should be expecting the special features from US Dragon Dynasty release. Get ready to chuck away your copy of Twin Warriors! RRP on the DVD is 17.99. Third Window Films are also releasing Peppermint Candy on the 26th at £12.

Monday 24th May dates the release of Jackie Chan action comedy - Robin-B-Hood comes out on a double disc DVD and Blu Ray thanks to Cine-Asia via Dragon Dynasty. So yes, expect a identical line up of features from the US. Pricing is £17.99 (DVD) and £24.99 (Blu-ray)!

Monday 7th June Cine-Asia Extreme are releasing more Japanese Video Gore! Yes Robo-Geisha comes  out on DVD and Blu Ray! And I want nothing to do with it! No details on Special Features yet, but the pricing is £15.99 (DVD) and £24.99 (Blu-ray). Also we will get the chance to see what looks like our first Tony Jaa clone movie! Merantau Warrior comes out on DVD from E1 Entertainment at the humble price of £12.99. Optimum Home Entertainment also aim to release a two disc Special edition of Studio Ghibli's Ponyo on two disc DVD @ £11.99 via Amazon.

As you can expect, Reviews coming soon!

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