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Red Rooms, Haunted Screens, and the Terror of Loneliness

Mention Japanese urban legends and you’ll probably think of kuchisake-onna, the slit-mouthed woman who terrifies children by removing her surgical mask to reveal a bloody grin. 1.032 kata lagi

(post) Grad Life

Quiet Day at the Inn

It is pouring rain, so the pups are all in relaxing. Yesterday was warm, but the sun left us early in the day. I took the dogs down to our new lake/pond and tried to teach Diesel to swim, ha – I am sure you can imagine how that went!! 122 kata lagi

Bella & Kairo - Best Buddies

Well I am back from an intense 5 day Art Workshop in Nelson, whew – I learnt lots, but was done in at the end of each day. 144 kata lagi

Kurosawa's Women

By now, everyone’s heard of Kurosawa Kiyoshi’s Best Director win at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard. After 2008’s Tokyo Sonata, the man had been sort of lying low, making a TV series,  721 kata lagi

Reviews

The Abandoned World of Kairo

Kairo is creepy.  It’s creepy because it drops you into a pit of grainy monoliths and industrial ambient sound.  It’s creepy because it’s subversive in its simplicity and obscurity.   1.165 kata lagi

Game Reviews

Mau Shalat Kok ke Kuburan

Ya ‘ammu, nahnu nuridu tsalatsata tamar hindi.” Dengan bahasa fusha yang lengkap dengan harakat huruf terakhirnya, kuutarakan pesananku pada seorang pelayan ashab Gami’. Ia menggeleng-gelengkan kepala tanda tak paham. 2.428 kata lagi

Al-azhar

Você já ouviu falar de Kiyoshi Kurosawa?

Komen no sai?

Acho que isso quer dizer bom dia em japonês.

Eu nunca tinha ouvido falar desse diretor de cinema japonês. Ontem, ou anteontem, li uma matéria sobre ele no jornal francês Liberation. 568 kata lagi