IMPRINT is the episode that was directed by Takashi Miike, but was banned in the United States for being, justifiably, too controversial. An American journalist in 19th-century Japan hopes to find the love he left behind. Upon announcing that they would not be airing notorious celluloid outlaw Takashi Miike's unrelenting and uncompromising entry into Mick Garris' oft-tepid Masters of Horror series due to concerns over its extreme content, pay-cable giant Showtime caught quite a bit of flack for flinching, and rightly so.

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"Masters of Horror" Imprint subtitles. It was later released to DVD on September 26, 2006. Billy Drago. MASTERS OF HORROR was a cable series of hour-long horror movies with each episode done by a different director. The show brought some of the most talented horror directors together and gave them the artistic freedom to create disturbing and original stories.

"Dance of the Dead" is the third episode of the first season of Masters of Horror. Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan scored this episode.

Masters of Horror: Imprint. Directed by Takashi Miike.

IMPRINT takes place in 19th century Japan.

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Richard Christian Matheson adapted the episode from a short story of the same name by his father, Richard Matheson. HORROR; In 19th century Japan, an American journalist (Billy Drago of THE HILLS HAVE EYES) searches for the prostitute he'd loved and left behind years earlier.

Thriller. Masters of Horror: Imprint.

In the 1800s, an American returns to Japan to find the prostitute he fell in love with, but instead learns of the psychical and existential horror that befell her after he left. About.