Tak is back in the Latest Trailer for Well Go USA’s CRAZY SAMURAI: 400 VS 1!

By: John M jerva

I’ve litrally been waiting for this one forever and the wait is almost over as Well Go USA has unveiled another crazy and bloodsoaked trailer for their newest hit Crazy Samurai: 400 VS 1 which sees the return of Japanese martial arts star Tak Sakaguchi in the film that is being marketed as the first movie to include a 77 one take action sequence or oner. We also have the key art for the DVD and Blu-Ray release for you below!

Well Go USA will be unleashing the full movie on their HI-YAH! streaming service this month on February 12th ahead of its launch on physical media on March 2nd.

When a master samurai arrives to duel the disgraced Yoshioka dojo, he walks into an ambush. In the world’s first 77-minute, one-take action film sequence, Miyamoto Musashi (Tak Sakaguchi) fights for his life against 400 warriors, earning a place in history as the CRAZY SAMURAI MUSASHI.

The movie which is helmed by Tak’s longtime collaborating director Yuji Shimomura (Death TranceRe: Born) has been garnering some favorable reviews as of late and I will be waiting to unveil my thoughts as nwell when it hits this month. Tak has been featured in some cult classic films since he first came into the industry abd this looks to be another notch on his belt or scabbard if you will. From Versus to Re:Kill, Tak is always pushing the boundries of blood drenched Asian martial arts action cinema.

Watch the newest promo below and mark February 12th and March 2nd respectively on your calanders for this one!

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