Midnight Madness

Karate-Robo Zaborgar
by Noboru Iguchi, Giappone 2011 (101 min., HD Cam, V.O. Cwith english and italian subtitles)
Half motorcycle, half master of Karate, fully robotic! When the world is in danger, Zaborgar save it!
With this crazy scream advertising, The Typhoon Sushi (Helldriver, Cold Fish, Mutant Girl Squad) presents to the world the new film from cult delusional Noboru Iguchi (The Machine Girl, Mutant Girl Squad, Robo-Geisha).
The officer of the secret police Daimon, the death of scientist father, inherits the robot warrior Zaborgar, master of karate, but also can be transformed if necessary into a powerful motorcycle …
European preview
20th april – at 24.00pm- Cinema Teatro Duse



by Yoshihiro Nishimura, Giappone, 2010 (106 min., HDcam, V.O. With italian subtitles)
The highly anticipated return of cult splatter director Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police, Vampire Girl VS. Frankenstein Girl, both screened at Future Film Festival in 2009 and 2010), is a bizarre apocalyptic road movie, full of spectacular and bloody sequences above rows, the height of the fame of the director.
A mysterious mist contaminates Japan, turning much of the population into bloodthirsty zombies. Soon the country is divided into two, one part sound and barricade, another no man’s land at the mercy of chaos. Salvation comes in the form of Kira, a teenager armed with a power saw that the head of a mismatched team of desperados, declares war on the monsters and their queen Rikka (the divine Eiji Shiina of Audition and Tokyo Gore Police). The Definitive Zombie Movie!

European Preview
22th april - at 24.00pm - Cinema Teatro Duse

by Bob Ferrari, Italia 2011 (90 min., Blu-Ray, italian)
What happens to a superhero of Bologna who forgets to have superpowers? This is the question to be answered angrily, a film that speaks to a generation raised on bread, comics and Supergulp. The result is an excellent mix of traditional superhero of the ’70s and the technology of the new millennium, enjoyable and engaging as the major products of the U.S. majors, but with an unusual touch Emilia stuffed with special effects created in the basement. Self-handling made by real fans of movies and comics as Carletto FX, back from the successes of Colorado (Italy 1), the RAI director and comedian Bob Ferrari, the group’s musical Gem Boy.
21th april–at 23.30 pm- Cinema Teatro Duse