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Samurai Wolf 1 and Part 2 Hideo Gosha 2-Disc Blu-ray Eureka UK I II

Samurai Wolf 1 and Part 2 Hideo Gosha 2-Disc Blu-ray Eureka UK I II

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Two stylized samurai classics that blend Kurosawa with spaghetti westerns!

Introducing Eureka's Limited Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray for Samurai Wolf and Samurai Wolf II, a duo of chanbara masterpieces from one of the genre’s greatest directors, Hideo Gosha!

Out of a desire to make what he felt was a truly no-holds-barred sword-fighting film, Gosha took inspiration from the samurai films of Akira Kurosawa as well as the spaghetti Western sub-genre they had inspired. Working with a low-budget to free himself from the restrictive oversight of his producers, the result was Samurai Wolf and Samurai Wolf II, the story of a charismatic ronin named Kiba (played by Isao Natsuyagi).

In the first film, Kiba wanders into a small town and ends up ensnared in a local conflict that’s more than meets the eye, and in Samurai Wolf II Kiba gets mixed up in a complex web of intrigue, involving a crooked goldmine owner, a cynical swordsman, and an arrogant dojo master.

With stunning black and white cinematography and ultra-stylish action sequences, the Samurai Wolf films are a lean, mean triumph of samurai cinema!

IMPORTANT NOTE: An all-region Blu-ray player is required to view this movie. Standard U.S. Blu-ray players will NOT read Region B discs. If you're looking for a reliable all-region player, we've got you covered!

Limited Edition Features: 

  • Limited edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Tony Stella [2000 copies]
  • A collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Japanese cinema expert Tom Mes


  • Presented in 1080p HD from restorations of the original film elements by Toei
  • Uncompressed original Japanese Mono audio
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Brand new audio commentary on Samurai Wolf II by Jasper Sharp
  • Brand new interview with film critic Tony Rayns
  • Audio commentary on Samurai Wolf by film historian and writer Chris Poggiali
  • Outlaw Director - Hideo Gosha featurette with Tomoe Gosha
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original poster artwork

Technical Specs: 

  • Country: Japan
  • Language: Japanese
  • Year: 1966/1967
  • Runtime: 144
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Subtitles: Optional English Subtitles
  • 2 Discs
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