Pinku Eiga, the taboo territory for many enthusiasts of Japanese Cinema. What exactly is it? Are these pictures merely exploitation flicks? Where to begin with the genre? Let’s explore the intricacies of steamy tales straight from Japan together with Jasper Sharp, a film historian and the author of “Behind the Pink Curtain: The Complete History

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Nowadays, it is hard to find a person among horror buffs or moviegoers in general who has never heard of the title Fright Night (however, I am afraid that there would be a few die-hard Twilight fans). In most cases, people recognise the phrase either as “that old horror film from the 1980s” which gained

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Dad, I’m going to make big money. I’ll get revenge on Uchiyama. I’ll avenge mother’s death! Mark my words. The second movie from the Pink Films Vol. 3 & 4 set, apart from Abnormal Family: Older Brother’s Bride (1984), is Kan Mukai’s Blue Film Woman from 1969. Evidently, this particular motion picture greatly differs in

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Let me tell you what my father told me: “Marriage will not give you instant happiness. It’s wrong to assume that marriage will bring nothing but happiness. Don’t wait for happiness to come to you, you must create your own happiness. Marriage does not mean happiness.” I think it is fitting to begin this review

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Chinese Ghost Story 2

When thinking about ghost movies, hardcore cinema buffs most definitely enumerate such classics as The Shining (1980), Poltergeist (1982), Ghostbusters (1984), or The Ring (1998). However, fans of Asian Cinema will also point to yet another popular movie series from Hong Kong; that is, an inconspicuously titled A Chinese Ghost Story. Devised by such acclaimed

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