Loot of the Week: Yatsu

Thrusting its frenzied way onto the international scene at the close of the eighties, Shinya Tsukamoto’s genre redefining 1989 Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 16-mm underground horror that helped bring live-action Japanese cyberpunk to a much wider audience. Yatsu is a metal fetishist who is the literal embodiment of modern man’s delirious obsession with all things technological and how it can ruin everything around us.  He is the films principal antagonist, possessing the power to move, shape and manipulate metal to his will. But in the rubble of his defeated remains, heroes may find some truly unique trinkets, assuming they remember to LOOT THE CORPSE!



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