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Film Review: Ringu 0 (Ring 0: Birthday) (2000)

SYNOPSIS: In this prequel to Ring, a young Sadako becomes an actress in hopes of escaping her troubled past. But strange visions and terrifying powers begin to manifest… REVIEW: It’s safe to say that most Americans’ training wheels in Asian horror came with the release of the English remake of Ringu, one of the most popular and long-standing Japanese franchises …

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Film Review: Zebraman (2004)

SYNOPSIS: A down-and-out school teacher receives the calling to become the real life personification of an old television superhero, Zebraman. REVIEW: The image that opens Zebraman is a lady sitting in a hair drying machine in what appears to be the sidewalk outside of a bathhouse, when suddenly, a zebra walks by. The text on the screen reads “anything goes.” …

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Film Review: Crows Zero (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A transfer student attempts to take over the most violent high school in the country, whose students form factions and battle each other for power. REVIEW: Directed by Takashi Miike Starring: Shun Oguri, Takayuki Yamada, Kenichi Endo, Kyosuke Yabe Right up front, I should be honest and say I am not the audience for this movie. That is to …

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Film Review: The White Haired Witch of the Lunar Kingdom (2014)

SYNOPSIS: In the twilight of the Ming Dynasty, the Imperial court is plagued by corruption as tyrants rule over the land. With the Manchurians preying on a weakened empire, war is imminent. To save the victims from their suffering, sorceress Jade Raksha fights the soldiers that oppress people for their own gain. As payback, local government officials decide to pin …

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Film Review: Psychokinesis (2018)

SYNOPSIS: After drinking water from a mountain spring, a bank security guard gains telekinetic superpowers, which he must use to save his estranged daughter from an evil construction company, as a superhero. REVIEW: At this point, it’s safe to say that we’re all getting a little tired of superheroes. Even the nerds of the hardest core have to admit rolling …

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Film Review: The Suicide Manual (2003)

SYNOPSIS: After the group suicide of four people, journalists Yuu and Rie investigate the reasons behind an endless cycle of suicides, blamed on an infamous Suicide Manual, hidden in a tag-less DVD disk. Said manual is shot in an infomercial fashion, with examples of the best methods to kill yourself and demonstrations by real people. When investigating further, Yuu and …

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