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Extreme Manga-in-Motion fantasy action-adventure. Banned in many countries around the World.
A radical fusion of brutal martial artistry, extreme violence and dark visuals, STORY OF RICKY is one of the most infamous and disturbing film projects in the history of Asian Cinema.
Based on the Japanese comic-strip Riki Oh, the movie is set in a futuristic prison where Riki is mistakenly locked up and then systemically tortured by the sadistic warden and his cohorts.
Through his radical actions and selfless attitude, Riki quickly becomes a hero for the rest of the inmates and initiates a daring plan to break free from the brutal regime in which he is incarcerated.
Featuring some of the most extreme violence ever recorded on film, STORY OF RICKY is the holy grail of horror and manga fans all over the World.
Gore-hounds who indulge in the dubious pleasures of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Ichi the Killer and I Spit on your Grave! will be in Seventh Heaven!!
Newly restored High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD
Interview with leading man Fan Siu- Wong
Feature-length audio commentary with Hong Kong Stuntman Jude Power and critic Miles Wood
Martial Arts Showcase with Fan Siu-Wong
24-Page Collector's Booklet
Reversible sleeve with newly created artwork on both sides
Original Stereo 2.0 and 5.1 audio
Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
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You can forgive certain things because you know they were really trying to achieve a look that resembles the Manga, but it is just so difficult to watch for any other reason because the story is so bland and the acting slightly campy. Fun, inspiring in some ways, and can never be called forgettable as it's too bizarre. Take it for what it is - a moment in cinema history some would rather forget, but some might gain something by looking at it from a different angle.
Lets hope Mediumrare release more True HD HK films