Demon City Shinjuku

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Overview

High above Tokyo's Shinjuku area, two men battle for the fate of the world: Rebi Ra, an emissary for the demon world, and Genichiro, the only man who can stop him. It's only barely a contest, and the human champion falls as his mystical sword is hurled deep underground and Shinjuku is remade as a literal hell on Earth. Ten years later, Kyoya, the man's son, watches in horror as the Federation president is struck down by one of Rebi Ra's minions on live television. Later that evening, as he trains halfheartedly ...
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Overview

High above Tokyo's Shinjuku area, two men battle for the fate of the world: Rebi Ra, an emissary for the demon world, and Genichiro, the only man who can stop him. It's only barely a contest, and the human champion falls as his mystical sword is hurled deep underground and Shinjuku is remade as a literal hell on Earth. Ten years later, Kyoya, the man's son, watches in horror as the Federation president is struck down by one of Rebi Ra's minions on live television. Later that evening, as he trains halfheartedly with his own mystic blade, he is visited by the apparation of an old man named Master Rai, who reveals how his father died and exhorts him to go into Shinjuku to fight Rebi Ra before he can extend his reach to the rest of the world, paving the way for a demon invasion. Faced with Kyoya's reluctance, Master Rai sends Sayaka, the Federation president's daughter, to convince him to save her father and the world. Kyoya refuses to enter the city -- until Sayaka heads there on her own, forcing him to go after her. ~ Emru Townsend
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2011
  • UPC: 875707005722
  • Original Release: 1993
  • Rating:

  • Source: Eastern Star
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 30,277

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ichiroo Nagai Master Lai
Technical Credits
Yoshiaki Kawajiri Director
Yuji Ikeda Art Director
Hideyuki Kikuchi Original Story
Kenji Kurata Producer
Yoshio Masumizu Producer
Kaori Okamura Screenwriter
Makoto Seya Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Demon City Shinjuku
1. Chapter 1 [4:29]
2. Chapter 2 [2:20]
3. Chapter 3 [5:44]
4. Chapter 4 [4:01]
5. Chapter 5 [5:50]
6. Chapter 6 [5:02]
7. Chapter 7 [8:29]
8. Chapter 8 [3:54]
9. Chapter 9 [3:54]
10. Chapter 10 [2:18]
11. Chapter 11 [3:04]
12. Chapter 12 [3:17]
13. Chapter 13 [10:14]
14. Chapter 14 [5:39]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Demon City Shinjuku
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   Language Select
      Japanese 2.0 Language with English Subtitles
      Japanese 5.1 Language with English Subtitles
      Japanese DTS Language with English Subtitles
      English Language
   Extra Features
      Credits
      Storyboards
      Original Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Entertaining, but definitely far from the best.

    First the bad: I wasn't sure what I expected when I started watching this film, but there were 2 main flaws in the film that wouldn't leave me alone. 1.--The music stunk big time. It reminded me of that cheap, workplace-training video music from the 80's (although in some parts it fit pretty well, I will admit). There was no subtlety to the music, no gradual build. It just showed up all of a sudden, and not in the good John Williams' 'Jaws' fashion. Especially in anime, a little suspense and volume change in the music goes a long way. None of that here. 2.--Some of those voice characterizations got to me. Aren't these people in Tokyo? Why is it that 2 of the girl characters have deeper 'hick' accents than a southern girl like myself could even try to imitate? Chibi's accent is unashamedly mexican for a native Tokyo character. Sayaka's voice doesn't quite fit, a little too boldly English (at least they had her father, the president, kinda the same way). Besides that, did there really need to be so much needless cursing? I've been to public school, and I don't care about cursing happening. But the dubbed version had more cursing in the first ten minutes than the entire movie in Japanese. Then again, it was the 80's... I will say the action (portrayed mostly by a young guy w/ a fancy stick fighting demons) did well. I did get to sympathize with the characters somewhat, and it was neat to see a bad guy be a bad guy just for the hell of being a bad guy. Also, the good guy, Kyoya, starts to grow up throughout the film, which lets me shed a good word on his behalf. If you're looking for a way to kill an hour and a half of time, it'll work for you. If you get over the 'flaws' and problems I had with it, you'll enjoy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great anime.

    I really liked this anime it had a good storyline and a good theme. I would recommend this anime to anyone.

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