Electric Dragon 80,000V (2006) Horror Movie Review
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Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS audio tracks 16 x 9 Anamorphic Widescreen Original 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio Theatrical Trailer Title designs Filming snapshots About the tattoo illustrations Synthesized images with commentary Formal Press Conference Tadanobu Asano Day Masatoshi Nagase Day Press conference with Sogo Ishii Final Showdown Staff profiles Cast Profiles Insert written by Japanese cinema expert Tom Mes Limited Edition packaging with Original Soundtrack CD included!
Reptile investigator Dragon Eye Morrison has possessed high-voltage superpowers ever since a childhood accident at a power station. With megawatts of power coursing through his body, he discharges his surplus energy by playing high voltage rock ‘n’ roll with his electric guitar. He spends his days looking for lost lizards in the alleyways of Tokyo, and his nights fighting the reptilian part of his brain that is making him increasingly violent. A shadowy figure named Thunderbolt Buddha soon surfaces and begins following Dragon Eye about town. A former TV repairman turned super-villain, Thunderbolt Buddha uses his high-powered love of technological devices to aid in his evil plans. Powered-up to the max in his electrical body suit, the two finally come face to face in an all out electricfied rock ‘n’ roll battle for the supremacy of Tokyo!
Starring Japanese megastar Tadanobu Asano (Ichi the Killer, Last Life in the Universe, Zatoichi) as Dragon Eye Morrison, and directed by cult icon Sogo Ishii (Burst City, Gojoe, Angel Dust), also starring Masatoshi Nagase (Suicide Circle, Hidden Blade, Stereo Future) as Thunderbolt Buddah. A hyperkinetic descent into electro-charged punk madness, set to an eardrum-shattering industrial punk/noise soundtrack by Mach 1.67, Electric Dragon 80,000 V transcends film to become an overwhelming, all-immersing experience. Nothing will prepare you for the assault on the senses that is Electric Dragon 80,000V!
About Electric Dragon 80,000V (2006)
Starring: Tadanobu Asano, Masakatsu Funaki, Masatoshi Nagase
Director: Sogo Ishii