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You may not want to check out. Even in this broken husk of an epic, Sono's maximalist visceral pleasures are enough to result in a pleasant stay.
The latest provocation from Japanese director Sion Sono is an awkward theatrical cut of his nine-episode miniseries for Amazon Prime Japan
... it's too clumsy and overwrought to recommend, but admittedly there's a lot of remarkable qualities to Tokyo Vampire Hotel
Written and directed by legendary filmmaker Sion Sono, this horror is high energy and unpredictable with a unique and intriguing concept.
There's unique enjoyment to be had from watching something this utterly skullfuckingly deranged (not to mention seeing it with a cinema audience instead of at home).
Fans of Draculas and Twilights past are going to have an absolute ball, as this writer did, watching Sion Sono's new film Tokyo Vampire Hotel.
This is a film in which Rocky Horror's Transylvanians would feel upstaged.
A boring, overlong mess that just happens to have a bunch of campy violence.
I'm disappointed that Manami's backstory, exemplified by the culturally-loaded image of her shaving off her long black hair in an act of rebellion, never really merges with her present-day damsel-in-distressdom to create a whole person.
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