The gang dives into more misadventures, and the casualties in their exorcisms will likely include more than one article of priestess vestment. Their first case at a recording studio takes a turn for the sensational when Chitose helps a ghostly idol debut a CD that was postponed postmortem. As winter rolls around, they shed their robes to frolic in a hot spring, battle a Santa balloon, and battle the possessed while something stirs in Ikkou.
There's a new priestess in town named Kazuki Kazusano who's formidable, aggressive, and fearless. She's knows what she wants and what she wants is Ikkou. The gang is a bit shaken at first. Their new school year is then turned totally upside-down by a ghost's skirt-blowing antics, a sports competition, and a disastrous field trip. And Saienji Temple's trainees may have bitten off more than they can chew when Hinata's spiritual power erupts.
In the castle town of Midland, a new king has come to power through treachery and violence. His demonic agents victimize the citizens unchecked, until the night when a battle weary soldier approaches the city. Covered in a slew of weapons and countless jagged scars, he calls himself the Black Swordsman. The sword he carries is the size of his grudge against the king, and he hunts the servants of evil with unrelenting fury.
Takaya just transferred to Suzuran High, a high school notorious for its gang violence. Hallways are battle zones, bloody brawls are everyday occurrences, and student life is dominated by the the school's many factions. He didn't end up here by accident though. He's here to do what even his yakuza father couldn't accomplish years before - rule the school.
The disembodied heart of Frankenstein's monster is transported from Nazi Germany to Japan for experimentation during World War II and believed lost when Allied Forces drop the bomb on Hiroshima. Several years later, the mutated monster reappears! But this town isn't big enough for two monsters. The destructive, underground-dwelling Baragon emerges to do battle with Frankenstein to the death! Originally released as Frankenstein vs. Baragon.
The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture is now under the charge of Sasahara. Things have changed in between semesters, and the otaku club now has a new otaku-hating member named Ogiue. Sasahara's initial goal of starting a dojin circle and selling those fan-made magazines at the next Comic Festival becomes a reality, but reality is a cruel master. Who apparently crossplays.
The Shizuma Drive has launched humanity into a golden age of prosperity. In the shadows, Big Fire, a secret brotherhood, adopts one goal: directing the world towards chaos! The Experts of Justice, a team of operatives, aim to stop this disaster. The key to saving the world is their brave new member, a boy named Daisaku Kusama, and the machine he commands...
A young boy becomes an unlikely hero when he is chosen as the "Kirin Rider" and must lead Japan's ancient Yokai spirits in their apocalyptic war against the evil monsters. A lavish remake of the 1968 film "Yokai Daisenso" from director Takashi Miike.
A unique and intense vision of abstract, psychologically charged sci-fi horror, set almost entirely in a transport elevator that shuttles citizens between towns which are stacked one on top of one another. The film's oppressive paranoia builds when two policemen board the elevator with a pair of convicted homicidal rapists in tow.
From Director Takashi . Izo was a samurai warrior from a low-class family. His talent as a swordsman earned him the terrifying nickname "Izo the Slaughter." He was crucified for his carnage and became the incarnation of a deep-seeded grudge when his soul could not enter Heaven or Hell. His restless soul travels beyond time and space filled with deception, despair and an insatiable murderous anger unleashed on all those who cross his path!