Produced by the Ninjin Club, a production group established by the three actresses Keiko Kishi (who appears in the film as the Yuki-onna), Yoshiko Kuga, and Ineko Arima, Masaki Kobayashi’s Kwaidan was a major undertaking. At three hours in length, Kobayashi presents four kaidan, strange period tales involving ghosts.
Fujita's follow up to Fine, Totally Fine is worthy of its spiritual predecessor with wonderfully human characters who try to strive past their quirks rather than relishing in them in a self-aware way. A truly feel-good story from Third Window Films.
From the five stories housed inside Borowczyk’s Immoral Tales, stories that feature incest and bestiality, of course he chose the most graphic and potentially upsetting to turn into a feature length film. But from there is able to create something more layered and more mesmerizing
Salo and Leaving Las Vegas comes to mind but this film is a beast of its own as these men set out to do what they came there to do, having trucks filled with meats, vegetables, and other essential ingredients unloaded off at the property where every room is an exercise in consumerism of a grotesque exaggeration that only these bourgeois could afford.