Branded to Kill
Action • 1967 • 1 hr 31 min
Hard to get into but definitely a stunning, absurd and visceral visual journey
Imagine John Wick raised by Austin Powers who can't keep a toxic goth off his mind. The movie is also edited by Austin Powers
One of my favorites from the Japanese New Wave. Visually stunning while sporting an incredible soundtrack.
At first its hard to get into but the final act is extremely compelling. As a whole a great piece of absurdist film
Imagine being that creative you get blacklisted. Based.
Style over substance but it’s visually perfect.
It’s like Dick Lester and Quentin Tarantino had an unholy demon baby. An exercise in style that doesn’t say much, but it’s so damn FUN.
The definition of cool cinema, a must see!!!!
Extremely influential absurdist masterpiece with some of the best visual I've seen in film
quirky enough to be interesting, but not for me.
Branded to Kill Original Trailer (Seijun Suzuki, 1967) Arrow Video