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Film Review: Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (Tomie: Saishuu-sho – Kindan no kajitsu) (2002)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Tomie terrorizes an artistically inclined young girl and her widowed father, slowly integrating herself into the family. REVIEW: Tomie: Forbidden Fruit is the fifth installment of the nine-part Tomie series. It’s directed by Shun Nakahara and stars Nozomi Ando as the infamous she devil, both of which do an adequate job in bringing yet another Tomie …

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Film Review: Tomie: Replay (2000)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young girl looking through her father’s notes finds something written about the last experiment he worked on before he went insane. Everything looks ordinary until the name “Tomie” begins appearing throughout the notebook. REVIEW: The regenerating she devil is back once more in the third installment of the nine-part Tomie series directed by Tomijiro Mitsuishi. …

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Film Review: White: The Melody of the Curse (2011)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Girl group “Pink Dolls” is always pushed into the background by other popular idols. When the girls release their new song “White”, a remake from unknown origins they become instant sensations REVIEW: Terrible title, terrible film. That sentiment might not always be accurate, but in the case of White: The Melody of the Curse, it very …

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Film Review: Satan Returns (666: Mo gui fu huo) (1996)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Female police psychologist is targeted by a supernatural devil-worshiping serial killer who wants to prove to her that she’s the Antichrist. A tough cop, his inept womanizing comic relief partner and a reverend try to stop him. REVIEW: Satan Returns is a 1996 Hong Kong action horror by the director Wai-Lun Lam. It’s a very uneven …

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Film Review: Meatball Machine: Reject of Death (Short Film) (2007)

Rate This Movie REVIEW: In 2005 the directors Yudai Yamaguchi and Jun’ichi Yamamoto came together create a film called Meatball Machine. Based on Yamamoto’s earlier work from 1999, it’s an aggressive cyberpunk, sci-fi/horror-hybrid romp about alien parasites turning their hosts unto slave “Necroborgs”. It was a breakthrough film for the special effect’s wizard Yoshihiro Nishimura, who would later on go …

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