Modern comedies following the production of shows, movies, concerts, and plays, along with all the chaos that ensues. Make sure to check out 'Opening Night', starring Topher Grace, for a fantastic musical ensemble.
Thrillers featuring one of the world's most feared criminal organization. Apparently in Japan the Yakuza are referred to the police only as "Violent Groups", whereas they refer to themselves as "Chivalrous Organizations". We'll leave it up to you to decide which title should apply to which!
Why is Grindhouse, AKA exploitation-cinema, back in vogue? Undoubtedly it has something to do with the influence of cinematic maverick Quentin Tarantino. But perhaps it's also because Hollywood has realized all people really want is explosions, nudity, and chicks with machine guns for legs!
Tarantino isn't the only one with an interest in reviving the glory days of grindhouse cinema. These Japanese directors have taken up the torch to produce some blood-soaked neo-grindhouse flicks that marry heinous subject matter with traditional Japanese themes and aesthetics. Tanoshimimasu!