Rob Simpson’s review published on Letterboxd:
In many ways, Yakuza Apocalypse can be likened to last year’s Tokyo Tribe. Both are indefinably idiosyncratic and openly embrace their weird wiles – unconcerned whether it wins them fans. This is as punk as cinema gets. With films like this, the work of Alejandro Jodorowsky or even Guy Maddin it’s not a matter of processing its place within conventional cinema, like punk rock you have to strap yourself in and be ready for wherever the path may take you.
Full review on the Geek Show