This limited edition collector's box set contains three dark cult features from Japan.
MOON CHILD: In the 21st century, a group of childhood friends navigate a violent criminal underworld in a fictional city in China. Sho, a member of a drug gang, develops a strong bond with his organization's newest member, Kei (Japanese pop star HYDE), a vampire. Over time, their love for the same woman drives a wedge between them. Director's Takahisa Zeze imbues his film with plenty of violence and gunplay to enhance the futuristic imagery.
2LDK: Anyone who's ever had a difficult roommate will relate to this outrageous and violent Japanese comedy. Small town girl Kimi and her glamorous, big city roommate, Lana, share a Tokyo apartment (2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, and kitchen, hence the abbreviation in the title). They already have their little disagreements, but when it comes to light that they are competing for the same movie role and the same man, their fights escalate from arguments to all-out power-tool battles! Taking place entirely within the confines of the apartment, 2LDK is short, thrilling ride for fans of offbeat cinema.
SUICIDE CLUB: After 54 schoolgirls simultaneously jump in front of a train at Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, the city is plagued with "suicide clubs"--groups of teens who get together in order to kill themselves. The police have little luck in deciphering the goings on, but they do keep finding a ribbon composed of bits of skin from all the previous suicides at the scene of each new death scene. They are also aided by a mysterious hacker who tallies the deaths on a bizarre website. But do the deaths have a connection to the all-girl pop group called Desert? This unusual Japanese film collects elements of the horror, satire, and crime genres for a one-of-a-kind cinematic brew.