Tag Archive: japan

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (PC)

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A little while ago, I received Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, a World War II shooter I was meaning to play for a long time, as a free download from EA’s Origin. Pacific… Continue reading

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Tomb Raider (PC)

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This is a new thing to happen: a PC game review on The Pop Culture Historian. Basically with the advent of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, I decided I was sick… Continue reading

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Three Outlaw Samurai (1964)

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Having seen Rurouni Kenshin recently, I decided to see a more “grown up” samurai movie, and I thought I found it in the form of Three Outlaw Samurai (三匹の侍, sanbiki no samurai). In… Continue reading

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The Wolverine (2013)

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After having seen the Christopher Nolan-scribed Man of Steel, I was convinced Hollywood had officially run out of ideas for the new wave of superhero movies we have been seeing since Batman Begins.… Continue reading

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5 of My Favorite Asian Actresses

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As I have demonstrated multiple times in this blog, I am a lover of Asian film. With that in mind, I wanted to take a second to show everyone some of Asia’s leading… Continue reading

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Grave of the Fireflies (1988)

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As hard as it is to believe with games like Call of Duty and movies like Pearl Harbor, World War II is the single most terrible thing to have ever happened in human… Continue reading

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Crazed Fruit (1956)

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The post-World War II years was an interesting time for Japan. One thing it featured was a revolt by the Japanese youth in their practices of dating and sex. Enter Crazed Fruit (狂った果実… Continue reading

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