What’s a better way to kick off the start of October than a series of posts on Japanese horror? Continue reading
A bit of a belated post if only because there seems to be a dearth of anime this past week. Continue reading
Well, what do you know — there’s a live drama adaptation of “Arakawa Under the Bridge.” Continue reading
I’ll never forget the first time I was evaluated in graduate school. I was told that I asked good questions, but I wasn’t as ready or prepared to give good answers. A lot of suburban family dramas are the same way.
“My dream is… to marry Issei.” — The girl in a white dress, a frequent customer of host clubs
Tonight, I watched a fascinating documentary about male hosts and the women who seek these men’s services. I provide excerpts as well as scant commentary in hopes that others will be interested in watching the documentary for themselves.
Oshare, a young school girl, comes home one day to discover that her widowed father plans remarry. Angry and distraught from the news, Oshare cancels the summer trip she and her father had been planning, opting instead visit her aunt in the country. She invites her friends to come along and the results are, well, quite a sight to behold.
Forgive this rambling post. I just go into one of those binge cravings for Japanese live dramas every once in a while, and after watching a particularly lame one last night, I felt compelled to write about it.