Movie Things

“She’d said that revenge was not sweet, that it was bloody. She was wrong. It was sweet. For one fleeting, glorious moment you felt incredible satisfaction. Then it was gone, empty, and you had to go on living.”


Confessions - 2010 - Tetsuya Nakashima


The Tomie shirt design that I had made dedicated to ofdemonicorigin is now available as totes or pillows! 

Tomie Shirt & Hoodie

Tomie Tote Bag

Tomie Throw Pillow


Noroi: The Curse - 2005 - Koji Shiraishi


Grotesque - 2009 - Koji Shiraishi

여고괴담 / Yeogogoedam (1998)

Haven’t been feeling like myself recently, preoccupied with a long term problem of mine. In an effort to take my mind off it for a moment, B reminded me yesterday evening about the ‘Whispering Corridors’ films, a Korean horror series I grew up watching. For the most part the five whispering corridors films each display the destructive intensity and all-consuming nature that is present within the bonds and attachments that the lead characters share, alongside the emotional needs/desires/aggressions that come with maintaining such fierce forms of friendship and love. Definitely worth checking out.


Oldboy - 2003 - Park Chan Wook

Ju-On: The Curse

"A curse born of a strong grudge held by someone who died.The place of his death gathers his grudge."


So who will she show it to next?


Sion Sono’s Noriko’s Dinner Table (2005)

I watched it last night and it’s already my favorite movie (at least one of them)… It’s not “Suicide Club 2”. The horror is replaced with a lot of introspection, social commentary and explorations of the effects of modernity on individuality, identity, and family. It’s a little long, but it’s totally worth it.


Horror Stories 2 - 2013

The Accident dir. Kim Hwi





Battle Royale Original Soundtrack
     05. Memory (Masamichi Amano)

littlelostdwarfstar asked:
My friend and I just finished watching A Tale of Two Sisters and were really confused about a lot of stuff? We tried to find some sort of explanation online without much luck, so we were wondering what your interpretation is. The main things we didn't understand were the ghosts (ie. dream and kitchen sink) and the ending with the step mother getting attacked.


It’s a mixture of both psychological and supernatural horror actually.

Su-Mi (the older sister) felt severe anguish and guilt towards the death of her mother and younger sister — a death she could have prevented had she not fought with the step mother. Her mental instability caused by the accident resulted to her believing and imagining that her younger sister is still alive and the scenarios that her stepmother (who isn’t actually there) is abusing them <— which is the psychological side of it.

Through the course of the movie, ghosts of the mother and the younger sister were shown (the mother in the dream and the younger sister under the kitchen sink). This is the part where you get to question whether the supernatural side (the ghosts) really existed even after Su-Mi’s condition was revealed. It was only then when the step mother was attacked in the near ending which confirmed that their ghosts are real.


Confessions - 2010 - Tetsuya Nakashima