I f**king love this South Korean movie. It is a TRUE story of heroism in Gwang-Ju during the 1980 uprising. This film is so moving and it gives us a good insight into what happens under tyrannical rule. This is a must watch movie for sure!

If you enjoyed the first instalment this won't disappoint. Please watch AZUMI first.
Young assassins Azumi and Nagara continue their mission to prevent a civil war. In their hunt for Masayuki Sanada, who is protected by both an army and a dangerous clan, they meet Ginkaku. He shares a remarkable resemblance with former friend Nachi!
I have English dubbed versions of both AZUMI movies but they just don't seem right. These original Japanese language versions are much better.. Please endure reading subtitles if you can't understand Japanese.

If you enjoy these movies as much as I do you might be interested to know that the original DVDs can still be found and contain some very interesting extras. I found that 'The making of AZUMI' to be very informative and it highlights the talented cast and production team as extremely talented artists. This series is already a cult classic and rightly so! Both movies reside in my all time favourite top 10!

Japan’s darling Aya Ueto heads the cast in this action packed tale. I rate this 10/10!
Raised to deal in cold blooded death, the teenage assassin girl Azumi must defeat three evil warlords while also battling her own heart.

The latest attempt to gather in their herd here in the UK.

This is the best talk I have heard regarding the role of BigPharma in the depopulation agenda. I would like everyone to watch this in-depth look at the facts. Dr. Rima Laibow is a highly respected health professional and she has studied the subject for many years.
I do not own this video but consider it important enough to share by whatever means necessary. It is currently hosted on YouTube, surprisingly, but I don’t imagine it will stay there if it gets too much attention. That’s why I have uploaded it here. PLEASE WATCH & SHARE on all platforms. Thank you to the author Kale Johnston (Independent Journalist) and of course Dr. Rima Laibow (Medical Director of Natural Solutions Foundation).
Prior to the supposed viral attack on humanity I would have described my self as vaccine hesitant. Meaning that I try to avoid them based on my gut instinct but would not have completely dismissed them. Now I am totally against all but natural remedies for any ailment. That’s because I have been forced to do so much research and I have discovered so many truths. This Lady, Dr. Rima, encapsulates my thinking and in a very clear way. But it’s about more than just medicine as she explains. It is also the air we breathe, the water we drink and the foods (phude) we eat. IT’S A MUST WATCH!

I could go on and on about why I think South East Asian movies are the most entertaining and far superior to the bulk of Hollywood trash, but rather than that I thought I would post this perfect South Korean award winning example. ‘Train to Busan’ is already a cult classic and for good reasons. I have NEVER seen better acting and the director uses this to great advantage. The child actress Su-an Kim is remarkable to say the least. How can one so young learn her craft to such perfection?
This is not just another zombie horror flick. This is a true masterpiece in cinematography.
Expect more S. Korean movies on this channel. I love them!

Inuyashiki or いぬやしき (actual translation is ‘Dog House’) in Japanese is an excellent Japanese superhero tale, originally a manga series.
An old man and a young man encounter a strong beam of blinding light whilst out separately in the park. From that moment on they are transformed into superbeings. One will use his new found power to take lives the other to save lives. What will happen when they meet?
I spent a lot of time hardcoding the subs for your enjoyment!

Original Chinese title: 我的新款女友

I’m not sure why the English title is 'Inflatable Girlfriend'? Nobody is inflatable in this movie! The actual translation is 'My New Girlfriend'.
With the development of science and technology, the learning intelligent emotional robot Doudou came about. Yang Dong, a famous and successful person who was known as a young Buddha took care of his fiancee Ning Ning, who had become a vegetative due to an accident 5 years earlier. Yang Dong meets the robot Doudou. Yang Dong's life changed dramatically due to the appearance of Doudou.

Korean horror, mystery, thriller
Ji-yeon, a tollgate ticket girl, is frightened by a mysterious black car, which hands over a bloodstained ticket as a fee at midnight. Her fear deepens after her colleague, Jong-sook, tells her that 12 years earlier a prisoner transport vehicle caused a traffic accident wherein all the prisoners involved died - and some of the corpses disappeared. Since then, a murder has occurred near the tollgate on February 29th, every four years. Soon, odd events become increasingly frequent, usually involving a doppelganger of Ji-yeon. When Jong-sook is killed on the fateful February 29th, Ji-yeon - with the help of two detectives - starts looking into matters herself.

I really enjoyed this Thai movie on every level. JeeJa Yanin is an incredibly talented martial artist. The choreography is very artistic and the story is moving.
An autistic girl with powerful martial art skills looks to settle her ailing mother's debts by seeking out the ruthless gangs that owe her family money.

One of the most popular tales from Japanese manga made into a big screen movie. This is a cult classic.
A battle between the world's 2 greatest minds begins when Light Yagami finds the Death Note, a notebook with the power to kill, and decides to rid the world of criminals.

On her sixteenth birthday, Rin (Yumi Sugimoto), a bullied, timid schoolgirl witnesses her parents killed by fearful, anti-mutant humans. Rins dormant mutant abilities are awakened and she is driven away from her hometown by an angry mob. She meets other mutants called 'Hiruko', and teams up with Rei (Yuko Takayama), a hardarse, rebellious type, and Yoshie (Suzuka Morita), a cute nurse who is conflicted about killing humans. Tak Sakaguchi plays Kasagari, an evil mutant who has an impotent sword growing out of his stomach. Originally trained by Kasagari, the three girls turn against him and his drive to turn Japan into a human-free zone and must fight him and his other loyal mutant minions. In the tradition of 'Machine Girl' and 'Tokyo Gore Police'.

Ami is a typical college girl. She's bright, friendly, popular and athletic, with nothing to set her apart from other girls her age other than the fact that she is an orphan, left to care for her younger brother after her father committed suicide after being falsely accused of murder. But while there is tragedy in their past, the siblings' future looks good, except for one thing. Ami's brother has racked up a considerable debt to another boy at school, and that boy just happens to be the heir to a clan of vicious ninja-yakuza. Ami's brother can't pay, violence breaks out and in the course of trying to avenge her brother, Ami is captured by the clan. They torture her and hack her arm right off. Ami escapes, barely alive, and is taken in by the owners of a machine shop who build her a customized, bullet-spewing arm. From that point, the quest for revenge is on in earnest. (Synopsis written by Todd Brown for Fantasia Film Festival)

Sakura is your typical Japanese school girl that lives in a small town in the mountains. One day at school, during archery practice, her teacher and classmate start acting strange. Soon, all the men in the town turn aggressive and start attacking the women. Sakura goes on the run to find the source of the problem. Along the way she meets a mother and her son, who's been infected. She gets some supplies from the mother and soon encounters another woman, but she's not so friendly. She's holding 2 people captive. The captives aren't who they seem to be. What's the real cause of the madness? (IMDB SYNOPSIS)

This is one coyote at two separate events. I left the original music on the edit. What a smile!

A really good Korean dancer set to 009 Sound System - Born to be Wasted.

I do not own this music. This video is for demonstration purposes only.

This new technology allows the wearer to spot the vaxxed sheep among us.

Jack Dee Live 1992 at the Duke of York's Theatre

A Day To Remember.
Series 3 Finale

A Little Learning


The first episode. Let me know if you want more..

What can I say? Pictures speak louder than words. 15 minutes in the company of my heart & soulmate, SHELLA.
I’m missing you so much SHELLA. Only the SCAMDEMIC keeps us 7k miles apart. Meanwhile I will continue making cheesy videos ;-)

To mark my 100th upload to BitChute I re-worked a live video recording of Heavenstamp performing Love Builders. I created so many different versions of this video it was difficult to choose which one to upload. I had intended to include the English lyrics but I felt it would ruin the visual experience so I didn’t bother in the end.

I could quite happily listen to Sally singing all day. She stirs up so many emotions with her very well projected vocals. She has been my favourite vocalist for many years now. Heavenstamp are a MEGA TALENTED duo with very hypnotic qualities.

I hope you like this hypnotic sound from one of Tokyo’s finest acts, HEAVENSTAMP. Personally, I could listen to Heavenstamp all day and sometimes do!

I do not own this music. This upload is for demonstration purposes only.

Mine’s A Double


Created 10 months ago.

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Category Entertainment

This channel will replace the VIZUN DOKTA Channel on YouTube which currently has nearly 10K subscribers. A lot of the content uploaded to BitChute is legacy VIZUN DOKTA work. There will be plenty of new videos coming!
I first visited Japan in 2013 and felt like I had discovered a whole new world of entertainment, culture and art. The people of Japan just blew me away! They seem more in-tune with my way of thinking than I had ever encountered before. I realised that Japan is my favourite place to be and I felt completely at ease and at home. The Japanese music scene (the second biggest in the world) is so exciting and fresh so I spent most of my time going to gigs. I was in my element there. But there is so much more I would like to share with you all. Japanese movies are a breathe of fresh air from the usual Hollywood formula movies. I since discovered that Asian movies in general are most entertaining. South Korea, in particular, produce some of the best productions I have seen.
I since became a promoter of Japanese rock bands (Japan Rocks Promotions) until the current circumstances made my business impossible as I was promoting Japanese bands with UK tours.

Needless to say, I am not trying to infringe any copyright laws, I am merely trying to promote Asian music, film and dance. If I can trigger enough interest from the western world perhaps it will boost global sales of Asian multimedia. This channel is totally non-profit. I'm just trying to promote the orient! Meanwhile I have an axe to grind regarding the current farce we are all going through.

Expect plenty of Asian movies, music, dance and animation. My intention is to expose you all to the wonders of the orient. I love making videos, especially with dancers and musicians. I started by doing animations for large rave gatherings in the 80's. (as VIZUN DOKTA) I've filmed many bands but mostly I enjoy post production editing. Everyday is a learning day! I hope you enjoy. VIZUN