Monthly Archive: June, 2012

5 Horror Movie Beauties

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I’ll admit: I think horror movies that I actually enjoy are rare things. However, there are movies even from this genre that I enjoyed. Personally, I think there is something even more chilling… Continue reading

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Millennium Actress (2001)

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Fujiwara Chiyoko was easily the most popular actress of her time until her abrupt disappearance from cinema in the 1970s. She finally agreed to give an interview to Tachibana Genya and his assistant.… Continue reading

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The Red Balloon (1956)

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As many of our loyal fans would know, The Pop Culture Historian tends to review movies that deviate from the mainstream, such as the short film Retribution or the B-movie Deadly Prey, or… Continue reading

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Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)

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War movies are a dime a dozen. More often than not, they are simply action movies, only with all the characters dressed in uniforms. What comes to mind is movies like Inglorious Basterds,… Continue reading

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Mass Effect 2 (PlayStation 3)

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Having started it in February, I finally completed Mass Effect 2 today, and just in time for Mass Effect 3. I have to say it was a hell of a game. As the… Continue reading

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Men in Black 3 (2012)

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Second sequels are always hit or miss. Return of the Jedi (1983) was every bit worthy of being a Star Wars film whereas Spider-Man 3 (2007) was an overhyped disappointment. However, it’s rare… Continue reading

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