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Very first impression of Joshiraku…

WHAT AN WARWORM

WHY CAN”T I GET THE ENDING THEME OUT OF MY HEAD?

Seriously, I like the first two episodes so far, but I doubt the actual content will contain anything that will stick to my head longer than the flippin’ ending theme.

If the Momoiro Clover Z girls had the desire to control the minds of the masses, they might very well could, I say. 😡 Dammit, I swear every year there’s a new earworm, and I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. For sure, it’s the same type of earworm in the vein of “Motekke! Sailor Fuku!”, in that the earlier parts of the song are the most likely to get stuck in your head.

Dark Tales of Japan (J-Horror) 01 – The Spiderwoman

Also known as “Nihon Kowai no Yoru” in Japanese. This is the first installment in my reviews of this Japanese horror anthology, which contains five short J-Horror stories that aired on TBS on 2004 and was released on DVD by Geneon Japan. Naturally, my final thoughts on this J-Horror anthology will be written in the last post. I won’t be summarizing the whole movie, rather, I will be commenting on things along the way. Watch the movie yourself, you lazies! 😛 Now, let’s see if it actually scares me! :3 EDIT: I’ll continue this during fall, lawd. Halloween ftw.

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