Top
60°
7.0

'Asura' Review | The Japan Times

Mark Schilling writes: "An anime with a sad-eyed waif as the hero must surely be something for the kiddies, no? Well no, if the waif carries a blood-stained axe and greedily devours human flesh like a starved wolf.

Keiichi Sato's feature animation "Ashura (Asura)," whose eponymous hero is the above-mentioned waif, is unrelenting in its violence, gore and nightmarish horror. And now that I have done my duty by scaring away parents of young children, I have to also say it is a deeply religious film, as well as a work of high animated art."

Read Full Story >>
japantimes.co.jp
The story is too old to be commented.