Takeshi Kitano es un director bastante interesante, todo aquel que lo conozca sabe que es capaz de manejar diferentes géneros con maestría, de un tiempo a esta parte Kitano ha ocupado su tiempo en una trilogía que explora la mafia japonesa (Yakuza) y sus entresijos. Aunque no son películas que me vuelvan loco me entretienen, me gustan, ver a Takeshi siempre es un aliciente en la vida, se hace con el papel, llena la pantalla y derrocha carisma. Totalmente recomendable, tanto la película en particular como la trilogía en general. #bluray#blurays#bluraycollector#bluraycollection#takeshikitano#kitano#outrage#outragetrilogy#outrage3
⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 3/5 - An elderly toy maker and his son make killer toys designed to kill their customers, children. This series gets weirder and stranger with each passing movie. This movie being the final sequel film in the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise. This movie in no way connects to the first two movies which is evident from previous movies that took the story into a different direction from the killer Santa routine from the first movie. This one I would say I like more than the previous two movies in this film series as this is what I wanted in a B-movie with this scenario of Christmas horror. It doesn’t have a killer Santa in it, but the film has killer toys in it and leads to the most bizarre ending. It took me off guard but suggested by the name of the characters, it can be easily predicted that it would lead to this outcome. The film still has muddy dialogue and characters that make weird and dumb decisions, but I still enjoyed this movie for its kills and the overall bonkers ending that the film leads to. Overall, Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker is a better sequel but in one comes close to how fun the killer Santa concept was in the first film.