Samurai Trilogy

The Samurai Trilogy (1954-1956) [The Criterion Collection, Reissue 2012] [Re-UP]

The Samurai Trilogy (1954-56) [Reissue 2012]
3xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 4:3 | 302 mins | 21,2 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure | The Criterion Collection

The Samurai Trilogy, directed by Hiroshi Inagaki and starring the inimitable Toshiro Mifune, was one of Japan’s most successful exports of the 1950s, a rousing, emotionally gripping tale of combat and self-discovery. Based on a novel that’s often called Japan’s Gone with the Wind, this sweeping saga fictionalizes the life of the legendary seventeenth-century swordsman (and writer and artist) Musashi Miyamoto, following him on his path from unruly youth to enlightened warrior. With these three films—1954’s Oscar-winning Musashi Miyamoto, 1955’s Duel at Ichijoji Temple, and 1956’s Duel at Ganryu Island—Inagaki created a passionate epic that’s equal parts tender love story and bloody action.
The Samurai Trilogy (1954-56) [The Criterion Collection #14-16] [Repost]

The Samurai Trilogy (1954-56) [The Criterion Collection #14-16]
Samurai I (1954) / Samurai II (1955) / Samurai III (1956)
3xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) | Covers + Booklets | 4,48 Gb + 4,44 Gb + 4,43 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English | 01:34:10 + 01:43:47 + 01:45:02
Genre: Action, Adventure

he Samurai Trilogy, directed by Hiroshi Inagaki and starring the inimitable Toshiro Mifune, was one of Japan’s most successful exports of the 1950s, a rousing, emotionally gripping tale of combat and self-discovery. Based on a novel that’s often called Japan’s Gone with the Wind, this sweeping saga fictionalizes the life of the legendary seventeenth-century swordsman (and writer and artist) Musashi Miyamoto, following him on his path from unruly youth to enlightened warrior. With these three films—1954’s Oscar-winning Musashi Miyamoto, 1955’s Duel at Ichijoji Temple, and 1956’s Duel at Ganryu Island—Inagaki created a passionate epic that’s equal parts tender love story and bloody action.
Hiroshi Inagaki-Miyamoto Musashi : kanketsuhen kettô Ganryûjima ('Samurai-3 : Duel on Ganryu Island') (1956)

Hiroshi Inagaki-Miyamoto Musashi : kanketsuhen kettô Ganryûjima ('Samurai-3 : Duel on Ganryu Island') (1956)
728 MB | 1:45:09 | Japanese with Eng.+Tur. s/t | XviD, 860 Kb/s | 384x288

Hiroshi Inagaki's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy is based on the novel that has been called Japan's Gone with the Wind. This sweeping saga of the legendary seventeenth-century samurai Musashi Miyamoto (powerfully portrayed by Toshiro Mifune) plays out against the turmoil of a devastating civil war. The Trilogy (whose first part won an Academy Award®) follows Musashi's odyssey from unruly youth to enlightened warrior. In the third installment, Duel at Ganryu Island, Musashi reunites tragically with the women who love him, and battles for samurai supremacy in a climactic confrontation with his lifelong nemesis.
Hiroshi Inagaki-Zoku Miyamoto Musashi : Ichijôji no kettô ('Samurai-2 : Duel at Ichijoji Temple') (1955)

Hiroshi Inagaki-Zoku Miyamoto Musashi : Ichijôji no kettô ('Samurai-2 : Duel at Ichijoji Temple') (1955)
730.4 MB | 1:43:54 | Japanese with Eng.+Tur. s/t | XviD, 870 Kb/s | 512x384

Hiroshi Inagaki's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy is based on the novel that has been called Japan's Gone with the Wind. This sweeping saga of the legendary seventeenth-century samurai Musashi Miyamoto (powerfully portrayed by Toshiro Mifune) plays out against the turmoil of a devastating civil war. The Trilogy (whose first part won an Academy Award®) follows Musashi's odyssey from unruly youth to enlightened warrior. In the second and most violent installment, Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Musashi beats a samurai armed with a chain-and-sickle and is later set upon by eighty samurai disciples—orchestrated by the sinister Kojiro—while the two women who love him watch helplessly.
Hiroshi Inagaki-Miyamoto Musashi ('Samurai-1 : Musashi Miyamoto') (1954)

Hiroshi Inagaki-Miyamoto Musashi ('Samurai-1 : Musashi Miyamoto') (1954)
729.9 MB | 1:34:17 | Japanese with Eng.+Tur. s/t | XviD, 970 Kb/s | 496x368

Hiroshi Inagaki's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy is based on the novel that has been called Japan's Gone with the Wind. This sweeping saga of the legendary seventeenth-century samurai Musashi Miyamoto (powerfully portrayed by Toshiro Mifune) plays out against the turmoil of a devastating civil war. The Trilogy follows Musashi's odyssey from unruly youth to enlightened warrior. In the first part, Musashi Miyamoto, the hero's dreams of military glory end in betrayal, defeat, and a fugitive lifestyle. But he is saved by a woman who loves him and a cunning priest who guides him to the samurai path. This installment won the 1955 Academy Award® for Best Foreign Film.

Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygene Trilogy 3CD (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Dec. 9, 2016
Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygene Trilogy 3CD (2016)

Jean-Michel Jarre - Oxygene Trilogy
Electronic, Ambient | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, artwork | 120:34 min | 946 MB
Label: Sony Music | Tracks: 20 | Rls.date: 2016

40 years after the huge international impact of OXYGENE, and 20 years from its second volume OXYGENE 7-13, Jean-Michel Jarre is fulfilling a trilogy of albums with OXYGENE 3, containing seven newly composed and recorded pieces, consistently titled parts 14-20. His inspiration for the newly added parts on OXYGENE 3 was not to go back in time, but to add a sense of “now” to his iconic piece of work. Plunging into the environment of OXYGENE with its highly original dark, moody and at times quite upbeat musical language, Jarre references some of the music from his entire body of work on OXYGENE 3. It’s a state-of-the-art recording, embracing both classic and modern ways of music production.

Photo Samurai v1.0 Mac OS X  Software

Posted by Artist14 at Oct. 22, 2013
Photo Samurai v1.0 Mac OS X

Photo Samurai v1.0 Mac OS X | 7.8 MB
Languages: English, Chinese

Use Ohanaware's Photo Samurai to slice and dice photos so that they look like they're made up of multiple photos. Makes photos more interesting and gives a whole new feeling.
Hanzo The Razor Trilogy (1972-1974) [Eureka! Classics] [Re-UP]

Hanzo The Razor Trilogy (1972-1974)
3xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 16:9 | 263 mins | 11,1 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Action, Exploitation | Eureka! Classics

Love samurai films? Wish they were… dirtier? Welcome to Hanzo the Razor’s deranged world of crazy swordplay and sexploitation set to a 1970s funk soundtrack. Uncut for the first time ever in the UK, this cult 1970s Japanese pinku trilogy was seemingly influenced by Dirty Harry and Shaft, but there’s no doubt who has the ‘longer arm of the law’! Shintaro Katsu (best known as the blind swordsman in the original Zatoichi) stars as Hanzo a rebellious yet obsessively moral samurai police officer who slashes his way through the backbone of crime, uncovers corruption at higher levels, and tortures relentlessly using his own unique techniques. Shocking audiences even today, the hardest man in Edo regularly unleashes his special weapon in the form of his oversized penis, which he uses to ‘interrogate’ female suspects into pleasured compliance…

Market Samurai 0.87.24  Software

Posted by cepisq at May 18, 2011
Market Samurai 0.87.24

Market Samurai 0.87.24 | Mac OS X | 2.92 MB

Market Samurai is software for your Mac or PC that streamlines all critical search engine marketing tasks, puts complete market intelligence at your finger-tips, takes away uncertainty, and gives you focus, direction and confidence in your internet marketing.

Hanzo The Razor Trilogy (1972-1974)  

Posted by Someonelse at Feb. 18, 2011
Hanzo The Razor Trilogy (1972-1974)

Hanzo The Razor Trilogy (1972-1974)
DVDRip | Lang: Japanese | Subs: English (srt) | AVI | 640 x 272 | XviD | mp3 @ 92-94 Kbps VBR | 3 x 715 Mb
Genre: Action, Pinku Violence | Japan

Welcome to Hanzo the Razor’s deranged world of crazy swordplay and sexploitation set to a 1970s funk soundtrack. This cult 1970s Japanese pinku trilogy was seemingly influenced by Dirty Harry and Shaft, but there’s no doubt who has the ‘longer arm of the law’!
Shintaro Katsu (best known as the blind swordsman in the original Zatoichi) stars as Hanzo a rebellious yet obsessively moral samurai police officer who slashes his way through the backbone of crime, uncovers corruption at higher levels, and tortures relentlessly using his own unique techniques. Shocking audiences even today, the hardest man in Edo regularly unleashes his special weapon in the form of his oversized penis, which he uses to ‘interrogate’ female suspects into pleasured compliance. Despite the knuckle-biting, graphic violence there is an underlying social commentary, testifying to the noble honour of the samurai and emphasising Hanzo’s status as the people’s champion.
From the creator of the Lone Wolf and Cub series (used as the basis for Shogun Assassin, and a direct influence on Tarantino’s Kill Bill) the Hanzo the Razor trilogy is presented here.