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Yakuza Hunters Duel in Hell DVD

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Yakuza Hunters: Duel in Hell: Asami returns exhausted after three years of intense training to become a yakuza hunter herself. She decides to visit her old master, Inokuma, who runs a bar. Instead, however, she finds his place in ruins and nothing as it was when she left. The local yakuza have turned it into a gambling house and laid claim to the entire area with the help of a cold-blooded killer named Akira.

This title is manufactured on DVD-R discs and may not be compatible with older DVD players and/or gaming consoles.


  • Publisher: TOKYO SHOCK
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Run Time: 73
  • Year Created: 2010
  • Release Date: 3/13/2012
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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4 star rating out of 5

Another Fine Ode to J-sploitation Films by Nakadaira

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This one is surprisingly a little more tamer than its predecessor "Final Death Ride Battle" with more heart shown towards J-sploitation. There's even a nod to spaghetti westerns in the last scene. Director Kazushi Nakadaira once again utilizes the homage to Japanese exploitation movies of the 70s (a la Female Prisoner Scorpion, Battles of Honor & Humanity) and seems to focus on more of it in this than with "Final Death". Asami anchors the film with a resilient presence and acting in general is done quite well. Flaws, however, include sound, whereas in most scenes all dialogue is picked up by the overhead boom, picking up the sound bouncing off the walls (guess they couldn't afford mikes for each actor); there could have been more dimension to the story, but all is easily forgivable. After all, it's a B-picture: audiences are already well-aware of what they're in for. It's far from perfect, but as far as entertainment goes, it hits the nail square on the head.