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November 15, 2021 · 0 comments

Climbing

Climbing

By Andrew Osmond. Fans of Perfect Blue are recommended to catch a new animated psycho-drama feature, Climbing, that is screening on 18th November as part of the London Korean Film Festival. Like Perfect Blue, Climbing is about a young woman for whom reality starts to skew. Se-hyeon is a dedicated sports climber, intent on glory… […]

November 11, 2021 · 0 comments

Cloud Matsuri returns – 15th-19th November

Cloud Matsuri returns – 15th-19th November

Believe it or not it’s been almost an entire year since our last Cloud Matsuri event in November 2020 – at the time we promised that it would return, albeit most likely in a slightly different format, and so today we’re here to confirm the return of this event next week, from November 15th-19th 2021. […]

November 11, 2021 · 1 comment

Anti-Magic Academy

Anti-Magic Academy

By Andrew Osmond. Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon spends its first moments fooling you into thinking that it’ll be a gritty military drama. There’s a flashforward to a terrible battle. There are ruined city buildings, a wounded youth in a school uniform facing death, and a little witch-girl intoning “Congratulations” with flat menace. And […]

November 8, 2021 · 0 comments

Books: The Ethics of Affect

Books: The Ethics of Affect

By Jonathan Clements. Those silly do-gooders in Akihabara, making a computer game company take down a mere advertising billboard on the grounds it might offend, shock or otherwise discombobulate passing members of the public. Then again, since the billboard was advertising a game called More! Knock ‘Em Up! Blazing Boobs Super Erotic App School, I […]

November 5, 2021 · 0 comments

NEWSWIRE: November 2021 Pre-Orders

NEWSWIRE: November 2021 Pre-Orders

Here we are again – another new month, and another batch of exciting pre-orders at our online store! If you want to know what’s coming over the next few weeks… well, you’ve come to the right place. If on the other hand your attention has been turned to Christmas already, and you’re wondering about our […]

November 5, 2021 · 0 comments

Funuke, Show Some Love

Funuke, Show Some Love

By Tom Wilmot. The family drama is a staple of Japanese cinema and has been for many years. From the shōshimin-eiga (lower middle-class films) of the 1930s to the many masterpieces of Yasujiro Ozu, Japan has a proud lineage of reserved and moving melodramas. Funuke Show Some Love You Losers! is no such film. Based on the […]

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