Here’s a good chunk of the titles mentioned, if you want more check out my article HERE.
The ones with asterisks actually had a clip shown:
Entrails of a Virgin
Evil Dead Trap*
Guinea Pig 4: Mermaid in a Manhole
Tetsuo the Iron Man
Ju-On: The Grudge*
One Missed Call
Ichi the Killer
Tokyo Gore Police
Attack on Titan*
Paranormal Activity: Tokyo Night
Legend of the Overfiend*
Mr. Arashi’s Amazing Freakshow
Demon City Shinjuku
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
Pet Shop of Horrors
Higurasji: When They Cry
Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack!
Highschool of the Dead
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4 thoughts on “J-Horror: Film vs Anime Notes (2016)”
Hey man, just poked around on your blog after seeing this and you’re posting some great stuff! Do you ever share your work on any film sites?
What do you mean? Do I write for any film sites or do I just post it places? I’ve been a part of sites in the past, but those relationships have all soured. Also I’m still a college student so I have little time to post here, let alone anywhere else. If you have any suggestions as to where I should be posting, I’d love to hear them though.
The reason I’m asking is because I’m a content manager here at Moviepilot.com, and I think you’r writing would really resonate with our audience!
Well thank you! I’m, of course, interested. I’ve read and enjoyed a lot of content from Movie Pilot, but I’m not particularly familiar with the Creator network behind it. Perhaps we should move this conversation over to email? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org