Spear of Longinus, The
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Spear of Longinus, The

General info
Original title: Longinus
Country: Japan
Year: 2004
Genre: Action, Short
IMDB Rating: 5.7 165 votes
Plot: A war rages on, its end unknown, covering the world in despair. At a military field hospital, a group of soldiers bring in one of their own, wounded by a large, vicious, bite-like wound, along with a large box. The soldiers are visibly shaken. Suddenly, an enigmatic man appears. As he starts to tell them the legend of the Lance of Longinus, their night of unimaginable terror begins.

In one of main roles is starring lead singer of the J-Rock group BUCK-TICK - Atsushi Sakurai.
LONGINUS is collaboration between Kitamura and BUCK-TICK's vocalist Sakurai Atsushi in his debut acting role.
Movie info
Language: Japanese
Colormode: Color
Running time: 40

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Tags: Spear of Longinus, Longinus, 2004, Japanese movies, Action movies, Short movies, asian movies

Featured reviews for

Spear of Longinus, The
Nippon Cinema, by kevin source: http://www.nipponcinema.com/db/review/the_spear_of_longinus/
«This is a fairly interesting film that’s completely focused on getting a point across at the expense of any sort of action or excitement. Although there is one actual fight scene with a group of vampires it doesn’t last very long at all - unfortunately vampires are much easier to kill than we’re led to believe.»
beyondhollywood.com, by Nix source: http://www.beyondhollywood.com/longinus-2004-movie-review/
«At exactly 35 minutes, “Longinus” isn’t really much of a movie — in terms of length and, unfortunately, story. As with most of Kitamura’s films, style and a singular good idea (a movie premise) takes center stage. In this case, the style is old hat and ratty, like the hero’s clothes, and the story reads like something a 5-year old would write.»
dreamlogic.net, byChris source: http://www.dreamlogic.net/archives/movie-review-capsulefest-longinus-k~~~promise
«Kitamura excels at creating visually interesting yet soulless action set-pieces. The camera work and lighting, using patches of light amongst thick shadows and fog, is top notch; much better than you see in films with comparable budgets here in the US. Music, as well, is sufficiently eerie, bolstering the overall mood of the film.»

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Kitamura, RyuheiKITAMURA Ryuhei


Sakurai, AtsushiSAKURAI Atsushi
as Mysterious Man
Kanazawa, TaroKANAZAWA Taro
Katayama, TakehiroKATAYAMA Takehiro
Kikuchi, YumiKIKUCHI Yumi
Kitami, ToshiyukiKITAMI Toshiyuki
Machida, ShionMACHIDA Shion
Matsumoto, MinoruMATSUMOTO Minoru
Ohba, KazuhitoOHBA Kazuhito
Sakaki, HideoSAKAKI Hideo
Uotani, KanaeUOTANI Kanae


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