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Anime Retrospective: Elfen Lied

Anime Retrospective: Elfen Lied

Fancy a retro anime review about a kawaii magical girl with an absence of clothes but an excess of psychic killing powers!? Of course y’do! Can you guess what show I am talking about? Of course y’can! ‘Tis none other…

Short Japanese Horror Film of Youtuber Nana825763: ‘My House Walkthrough’

Thomas NormanJan 2, 2021
Short Japanese Horror Film of Youtuber Nana825763: ‘My House Walkthrough’

We have a short, masterful Japanese horror film that is available on Youtube from the infamous ”nana825763′ who also produced the viral videos of ‘Doll’ and ‘Username 666’ a decade ago, two much less ambitious projects as mere animations over…

Film Insight: Pulgasari (1985) – Kaiju From North Korea

Jim CoxDec 30, 2020
Film Insight: Pulgasari (1985) – Kaiju From North Korea

Since the division of Korea into two separate countries in 1948, North Korea have used its cinema to spread propaganda for their “Juche” or self-reliant ideology to the masses in the guise of entertainment, some of which are more controversial…

The Dark and The Wicked (2020) Film Review: Unrelenting Evil, Uncompromising Terror

Adam SymchukDec 29, 2020
The Dark and The Wicked (2020) Film Review: Unrelenting Evil, Uncompromising Terror

Off of the back of our best of 2020 list came a slew of recommendations through both our facebook pages, The Yurei and The Banshee. Out of multiple titles recommended, one stood out to me with some glowing praise for…

Film Review: Melancholic (2019) – Seiji Tanaka’s Millennial Thriller

Film Review: Melancholic (2019) – Seiji Tanaka’s Millennial Thriller

If ever there was a personification of “It’s not the Destination, it’s the Journey”, it’s Seiji Tanaka’s 2018 Millennial thriller Melancholic. Released recently in dual format by the pioneeringThird Window Films, this is a slow burn that bubbles and boils…

THE DEEP (Book Review): Ocean-Deep Body Horror!

Dustin DomingoDec 28, 2020
THE DEEP (Book Review): Ocean-Deep Body Horror!

To me, there’s nothing scarier than big bodies of water and what lies beneath. Naturally, this gives author Nick Cutter’s book, “The Deep”, an advantage in scaring my pants off. Let’s talk about it. WHAT IS IT? Written by Nick…