Third Friday of the Month shall always be about movies:
The Korean Zombie Trilogy
Peninsula, Train to Busan and Seoul Station makes three instalments in the Busan Saga.
The Origins of Folk Horror
With HBO’s the Third Day bearing resemblance to the Wicker Man and Midsommar, I thought it was time for a quick intro…
Obscure Origins : Tsutomu Takahashi’s Alive and Ryuhei Kitamura’s Alive
Did you know Tsutomu Takahashi’s manga alive had been adapted into a live action film by Ryuhei Kitamura (Versus…
The History behind Lovecraft Country
Did you know Victor LaValle’s the Ballad of Black Tom came out the same day as Matt Ruff’s novel ?
The Duel Project
2DLK and Aragami were made by Yukihiko Tsutsumi and Ryuhei Kitamura respectively after they agreed to a challenge.
Yukio Mishima: An Obsession in Seppuku
Imagine being so obsessed with a fiction you wrote, you find a way to make it a reality
You better learn of Michael Reeves’ life
Michael Reeves released three movies in his career, but one of them was Vincent Price’s Witchfinder General.
Before Army of the Dead, there was Dawn of the Dead
In 2004, Zack Snyder teamed up with James Gunn to try and remake George Romero’s classic zombie-flick.
The Plastic Dome of Norma Jean
Imagine a rock band using a psychic as an attraction to gain fame. Think of all of this as a movie directed by a female…
The Making of Luz: Flowers of Evil
Juan Diego Escobar Alzate made his movie in honor of Alejandro Jodorowsky. Here’s the story of its making.