Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

To celebrate their graduation from university Kaori and her two friends visit Okinawa in southern Japan for a short vacation. At the vacation house, provided by Tadashi's uncle, a numbing stench awaits the girls, and can be traced to a horrendously deformed, legged fish that Kaori kills. More and more of these creatures appear and portend a horrific change for the animal life in the area. A phone call from Kaori's fiancé Tadashi in Tokyo quickly shows the scope of this epidemic, when he is also attacked by these mechanized fish. Kaori immediately sets out on an perilous voyage to find out what happened to Tadashi, helped by Shirakawa — a videographer in search of the truth behind all this...

The friends Kaori, Erika and Aki are on a vacation to celebrate their upcoming graduation, when suddenly an infestation of mysterious walking fish forces them to reevaluate everything they care about in order to stay alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack torrent reviews

James R (ru) wrote: a masterpiece of dramatic cinema, filmic expression at its utter pinnacle.

Brandon V (ag) wrote: J.D. Salinger deserves more than this boring, low-grade bullshit.

Jason K (kr) wrote: shotty direction leaves this one with a "eh" feeling in your mouth while struggling to find a reason to still be casting Meyers in anything.

Shahriar A (jp) wrote: The ancient story of gift of the magi comes alive in an emotinally beautiful, rainy projection. Love at its sacrificing best in a beautiful movie. Who said subcontinental films are cheesy only!

Michael T (au) wrote: Boring and self-indulgent.

Michael H (mx) wrote: There are some great sight gags, and Mr. Bean does some of his usual antics. But by the end, even Malcovic's outrageous French accent runs a little thin.

Mat H (mx) wrote: F**K me they wear shoes there!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cristina D (kr) wrote: this is good if your into something thats gonna make you chuckle a little!! dont forget about it being dated. we are in 2014, this was 14 years ago...

Vicky V (ru) wrote: Pew.Pew.Pew. Lasahhhhh. A pretty awful B-Movie elevated to greatness by the awsome Brandon Lee.

Allie W (de) wrote: An original sci-fi twist integrated into a crime drama, this film actually sounded as interesting as it was. Which was quite. One of those films that is intriguing to view, although the ending was BEYOND predictable.

Mike V (jp) wrote: An unusually directed historical drama containing docu-styled elements. After a slowish start the final interview is gripping and emotional. But there is probably not enough content to sustain the drama throughout. AAN