HoloX Meeting! Vol.1 Manga Review – V-Tuber Supremacy
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by Jim Cox
2h ago
HoloX Meeting! is a two-volume comedy manga series, written by Omcurry G. K. and illustrated by Anmitsu Okada. The manga is based on COVER Corp.’s 6th generation of V-tuber talent from their Hololive branch, comprised of La+ Darkness, Chloe Sakamata, Lui Takane, Koyori Hakui, and Iroha Kazama. The manga was originally serialised in November 2022 ..read more
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GOHOME (2020) Game Review – Homeward Bound
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by Javiera Vega
2d ago
Several years ago, a small Japanese third-person horror game known as GOHOME started to make waves in the Let’s Play YouTube community. Created by the VTuber known as Itimatu Ichimatsu as a free game in 2019 to much acclaim and redesigned into a much grander scale in 2020, the story is set in a residential ..read more
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Recent Reads: The Last House on Needless Street and More!
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by Dustin Domingo
6d ago
What is up, my reading friends in the GoH community? Gosh, it’s been a minute, hasn’t it? Oh, well, you know how it is. You never know where the ennui of your life will take you sometimes. For me, it took me on a long journey where I thought, “Am I going to be a ..read more
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The Zone of Interest (2023) Film Review – A Masterful and Urgent Warning for the World
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by Paul Wooldridge
1w ago
Jonathon Glazer’s latest directorial offering, The Zone of Interest (2023) is an understated, yet powerfully urgent warning of how easily humanity can be lost if we are allowed to lose ourselves to unquestioned, hateful dogma, at the exclusion of all else. On the face of it, if the viewer knew nothing of history or the ..read more
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Haunting of the Queen Mary (2023) Film Review – A Disastrous Shipwreck
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by Liz Griffiths
1w ago
As a seasoned horror fanatic, I eagerly anticipated the 2023 release of director Gary Shore’s Haunting of the Queen Mary, expecting spine-chilling thrills and a captivating storyline. I grew up hearing stories of haunted ships and the ghosts that are rumored to haunt the famed Queen Mary specifically piqued my interest. However, my excitement quickly ..read more
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The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2007) Film Review – The Containment of Fear
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by Grimoire of Horror
1w ago
Found-footage horror cinema is rightfully praised for its potential to scare by extending filmic depictions into our own reality. Delineating space and conforming to the four walls of the cinematic frame is defunct; fear is expanded to beyond what we can see. The result is ‘the uncontainable’. Think the enormous scale of the monster in ..read more
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Slotherhouse (2023) Film Review – Why The Hell Not?
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by Kate DeJonge
2w ago
Alpha The Killer Sloth Is The Next Creature Feature Superstar (This is an absurd review of an absurd movie, and may or may not contain true facts. If you enjoyed Scream Queens, you’ll like this one. Watch Slotherhouse for yourself, because “why the hell not?”. ) Emily Young, a senior, wants to be elected as ..read more
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Idiot Boy (2023) Film Review – A Town Called Malice
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by Jim Cox
2w ago
Idiot Boy is a 2023 shot-on-video faux documentary written and directed by Luke De Brún, with additional writing from Dan Doyle. Beginning filming in September 2018, the film was created over a four to five-year period in South Dublin. Primarily known as director of music videos for the likes of Madison Front and Chinese Newspaper ..read more
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Faith of Dawn (2024) Book Review – The Bigfoot Fic We Never Knew We Needed
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by Liz Griffiths
2w ago
Kristin Dearborn’s 2024 novel Faith of Dawn is an unpredictable roller coaster that mixes crime drama with science fiction and fantasy elements and a good dose of horror to give us something we’ve never seen before and never knew we needed: a Bigfoot thriller destined to become a cult classic. Faith of Dawn comes with ..read more
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Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong Nou (1994) Game Insight – From the Mind of Osamu Sato
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by Javiera Vega
3w ago
Hi fellow weirdos! Javi here again with another curious Japanese videogame of the early 90s. For those familiar with the fantastically oneiric LSD: Dream Emulator game, the Osamu Sato name may ring a bell. Born in 1960, this digital artist and composer have a knack for creating, both visual and musical psychedelic aesthetics. One of ..read more
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