13 Assassins (2010) Review | Action Movie Anatomy

In this week’s episode, Team Action is thrilled to discuss one of the all time bad ass warriors: The Samurai. While diving into this bloody classic directed by Takashi Miike. They will be discussing their favorite villain deaths of all time as well as some of the most disturbing films they’ve ever seen. You don’t want to miss this one!

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Gilberto Yañez says:

Great episode. I love “13 Assassins.” Watched it on Netflix one day when I was bored. Best time waster ever!

Rawfeki LostInTranslation says:

For miike , I would say his best, most hyped was his last since it was his 100th , blade of the immortal, but before that , it’s either crows zero 1&2 or Sukiyaki Western Django since he teamed up with quentin tarantino for that one. But this one most definitely his most epic.

Kelly Brincks says:

I watched this beast in the theater when it was released. Amazing

2nd Hand Joe says:

Being gainfully employed is not what it cracked up to be. Haven’t watch in a while but, great show.

sleeperx9 says:

Great show! Since the nature of Kiga Koyata, the hunter, wasn’t cleared up in the show, I found an explanation: “It has been confirmed during an interview with the director that the bandit represents a Yōkai or forest spirit and therefore is immortal. Fighting bears is his favorite pastime and adds to his strength”

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