Yakuza thriller Outrage Coda streams at last

Takeshi Kitano fans can rejoice! The last film in his Yakuza trilogy will be available for streaming this friday, just in time for the director’s birthday!

The service carrying the film is Film Movement Plus  and they also have the director’s Violent Cop (1989), Boiling Point (1990), and Hana-Bi (1997) plus a 75 minute behind the scenes look at Outrage Coda called Outrage Offstage.

Outrage Coda tells the story of former yakuza boss Otomo (Takeshi) who now works in South Korea for Mr. Chang, a renowned fixer whose influence extends internationally. But when a relatively minor incident causes tensions to escalate out of control between Chang Enterprises and the Hanabishi, Otomo must return to Japan to settle the score once and for all. Featuring all the betrayal, double-crossing, and action-filled gun battles of the OUTRAGE series!

The Neon Movie Bunker is complete.

“Replicas” and “The Dark” are on the reviewing stand this week, and John and El’Ahrai dig into them with great aplomb. Plus news, video picks, and other stuff.

You can hear it all right here!

Today you were the hero and you deserve your glorious day with the politicians.

And here I thought we shared all the trailers yesterday…

Mysterio has his fishbowl!!!

Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters in July. In the meantime, here’s our first look at actual footage.

And most importantly…

Mysterio has his fish bowl!

All the pretty new trailers!

Here we are at the start of the third week of the new year and what do we have to show for it?

New trailers!

Let’s start with the new anime from Studio Ghibli alum Kitaro Kosaka.

Switching gears here’s a peek at Sharkwater Extinction.

If anyone can deliver a dark look at the art world it’s the mind behind Nightcrawler. Here is such a thing in the form of Velvet Buzzsaw.

Dev Patel and Armie Hammer star in Hotel Mumbai, a thriller based on a true story.

Also based (cough fraud) on real events is the Amityville Murders. You can take a peek at that here.

Here we have a peek at the new Korean military action movie Take Point.

From the FX designer for Deathgasm comes Mega Time Squad, a movie that exists in its own genre.

Finally love blooms awkwardly in Under The Eiffel Tower.

Neon Movie Bunker or die frying

New year, new show, new things to look forward to! This week, El’Ahrai and John bring you their lists of the Top Five Most Anticipated Films of 2019! (There was a vicious fight over “Spies in Disguise”.) Plus! Reviews of “Aquaman” and “Bent”!

You can hear the entire thing here!

I knew he was fake all along. In fact, I’m not even certain he was American.

2018 is done and here’s what we say about it!

It’s here! It’s here! The 2018 Neon Movie Bunker Year-End Spectacuganza!!! Join John and El’Ahrai as they reveal their lists of the Top Ten Movies of 2018! Plus! Reviews of “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Bird Box”!

You can hear the whole thing right here!

But it’s like, being yourself is, like, not changing yourself to impress someone else.

The Neon Movie Bunker that won’t behave

Gather ye children and tremble: this week has badness in it. This episode features El’Ahrai and John’s lists of the Top Five Worst Movies of 2018! After this eldritch horror reveals itself, you will find yourself…changed. Plus! Reviews of “Vice” and “Mary Poppins Returns”! Avail yourself of the episode here!

 

Some crazy lady was going to cut your heart out and you wanted more specific instructions? Perhaps you’d want it in writing–or a diagram, maybe?