Sagawa San (2000) Manga – True Crime Manga Written by the Killer
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by Jim Cox
9h ago
Many people may be aware of the name Issei Sagawa as well as the sickening crime he committed in France, in 1981 but many may not be aware of Sagawa’s self-produced manga set around his heinous crimes. The Japanese-born student studying abroad in Paris, Issei Sagawa invited Dutch-born student, Renée Hartevelt, to his apartment for ..read more
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Be Very Afraid of Kanako Inuki! (2022) Book Review | Cute Girls Doing Cruel Things
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by Isabelle Ryan
1d ago
At the tender age of four, Kanako Inuki was handed a shiny new five-yen coin. Promising the same allowance each month, her mother took her to a bookstore and let her choose a manga magazine. Inuki considered a series by Masako Watanabe, but the pull of Kazuo Umezz proved impossible to resist. Despite scaring easily ..read more
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Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre (2023) Review – A Slight Improvement From The Previous Collection
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by Oki Covarrubias
2d ago
If someone from ten years ago told me that I would one day be able to find Junji Ito merchandise at even some of the biggest chain stores, I might not have believed them. Even now, I’m astounded each time I enter my car and see the Tomie air freshener that my niece got me ..read more
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Red Rooms (2023) – Tell the truth, or die.
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by Kate DeJonge
6d ago
“Nothing is what it streams to be…” The internet is a wild place, with corners so dark they can only be accessed using a VPN and The Onion Router (TOR). Anonymity in these corners is mandatory because this is where one searches for and participates in the most depraved activities humanity can conceive. This is ..read more
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LSD: Dream Emulator (1998) Game Review- What a Lovely, Sweet Dream
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by Javiera Vega
1w ago
LSD Dream Emulator is a PlayStation video game released in 1998 by Asmik Ace Entertainment, based on an MS-DOS program created in 1992 by Osamu Sato. Basically, the game consists of exploring a surrealistic dream world, where the player explores various dreamscapes and interacts with various objects. Despite its PS1 limitations and overall obscurity, a ..read more
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Maniac Driver (2020) Film Review – Destination Murder
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by Jim Cox
1w ago
Maniac Driver is a 2020 Japanese horror thriller, written and directed by Kurando Mitsutake. Mitsutake has worked in many areas of film production but is most notable as director of Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf (2009) and Gun Woman (2014). Following a personal tragedy, a taxi driver randomly stalks and kills his female passengers in ..read more
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The Shards (2023) Book Review | This Means Nothing To Me
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by Isabelle Ryan
1w ago
Published while he was still in college, Bret Easton Ellis’ debut novel Less Than Zero (1985) established themes of isolation and excess still present in his work today. The narrator, a disaffected young adult named Clay, sets himself apart from his friends and longs to leave Los Angeles. He appears again in Ellis’ second book ..read more
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Blackwater: The Complete Saga Book Review – It’s all about perception
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by Arlene LeosPlasencia
1w ago
Once again, readers, my insomnia had come to call, and I needed a good read for the night. However, choosing the story took some time. I wanted something different from the usual ghosts, vampires, and demons of contemporary horror. I craved a story with more complexity in its characters and antagonists. Michael McDowell’s Blackwater delivers ..read more
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Skinamarink (2022) Film Review – What exactly is a “Horror film”?
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by Paul Wooldridge
2w ago
“I came out early, I couldn’t take it”“I hated it”“I loved it and won’t have a word said against it!”– Quotes overheard in the foyer, after having seen Skinamarink. Written and directed by Kyle Edward Ball and shot on a micro-budget at his childhood Canadian home, Skinamarink (2022) is inspired by a childhood nightmare. Pirated ..read more
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Project Wolf Hunting (2022) Film Review: Cargo Ship Carnage For Gorehounds And Gamers
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by Amber T
2w ago
Korean genre cinema has never shied away from violence; from the unrelenting stream of beatings in I Saw The Devil to the eye-wateringly graphic tooth extraction in Oldboy, blood and brutality have long been a staple of some of the country’s best cinematic achievements. Enter Project Wolf Hunting (2022), a movie so drenched in viscera ..read more
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