SaruDama: Japanese Horror Movies, Folklore and History, authored/web-mastered by Scott David Foutz
Holy wow, this is brilliant for about eight thousand different reasons. I'm a long-time fan of Japanese ghost stories and this site if chock full of interesting, extremely well-written (and awesomely entertaining) informations on folklore, the stories behind the stories and backstories behind those. I'm going to lose days here, I can tell already. So before I disappear into the abyss of demons and snow women and sword-fighting, must see recent addition to Netflix queue.
This is an example of SaruDama's awesomeness (click HERE to read full review)
Genre: Bruce-Lee-Martial-Arts Musical involving an Axe-Wielding-Psycho-Killer Salaryman who happens to be a 6- Foot Tall Koala.
review in one breath
Tamura is a highly successful and functional business manager at his beloved pickle company. Everything he touches in the realm of business turns into success to the company's great delight. The only things he seems to have going against him are (1) he is a huge, towering fuzzy Koala in an otherwise wholly human world, and (2) he suffers from frequent memory lapses. Oh, and every time his memory fails, a grisly murder occurs. Just a coincidence, right?