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Takashi Miike (1960 - present) is a highly prolific and controversial Japanese filmmaker. He has directed over seventy theatrical, video, and television productions since his debut in 1991. His films range from violent and bizarre to dramatic and family-friendly. He has since gained a strong cult following in the West that is growing with the increase in DVD releases of his works.

Miike has garnered international notoriety for depicting shocking scenes of extreme violence and sexual perversions. Many of his films contain graphic and lurid bloodshed, often portrayed in an over-the-top, cartoonish manner. Much of his work depicts the activities of criminals (especially yakuza) or concern themselves with non-Japanese living in Japan. He is known for his black sense of humor and for pushing the boundaries of censorship as far as they will go. (x)

The Various Ways To Answer The Age-Old Question

Person: Hey, how are you?

Option 1: Currently dying
Option 2: Pining to the nth degree
Option 3: Binge-watching like there’s no tomorrow
Option 4: Dying and resurrecting
Option 5: Shipping people
Option 6: Getting no sleep because fictional characters have taken over my life
Option 7: Sinning like it’s going out of style
Option 8: So very tired


Me: I’m fine

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hey guys (๑꒪⍘꒪๑)

i have no idea why my dash is lacking in anime/graphics right now! so..if you post any of the following, please like or reblog this post! bolded are ones i rlly love

  • haikyuu!!
  • boku no hero academia
  • sport anime
  • seasonal/current anime
  • pastel graphics/gifs
  • overwatch (bonus!!)
  • older anime: assassination classroom, free!, pmmm, mp100, etc.

thank you i would really appreciate it (๑•́ ₃ •̀๑)

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So with a smile on my face, I walked right up to him. Completely normal, like walking to school. That’s when Takaoka-sensei first realized he was about to be killed. Startled, he lost his balance. Everyone startles when they’re about to be killed. Even Koro Sensei. With his center of balance shifted to the back, I grab his shirt, pull him down, and go in for the kill. He can block a blow from the front, so I circle around behind him, and sure enough … 

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Weekend in Review

Hey, ciao!

When you have plans on Saturday, but it all goes by the wayside when Netflix catches your attention with a great documentary for 60 minutes. Perhaps you’re thinking 60 minutes isn’t that much time to change a days worth of plans. Agreed. But then you see another title that gives you pause. It is a new Netflix series, 12 episodes, 30 minutes each that I watched the remainder of the day. I am hooked with hopes for season two to follow.

The Samurai Gourmet

The Samurai Gourmet is a show inspired by an essay and manga series from Japanese author Masayuki Kusumi. The series is about the culinary adventures of a newly retired man, Takeshi Kasumi. His adventures take place primarily in restaurants. The show is interesting and entertaining with footage of luscious food. It’s a comedy as well. Throughout the series, Kasumi imagines how a samurai would behave in certain situations in his own life.  

13 Assassins

Great acting and excellent fighting scenes.  The movie is reminiscent of The Seven Samurai…Need I say more?

The Starbucks Midnight Mint Mocha Frappe

I tried it. One word: No

Dinner

Tonight I fixed a pork dish served over rice. I prepared it with garlic, onion, added cherry tomatoes, celery, eggplant, and oyster mushrooms. Shoyu, a dash of salt and pepper was added for taste. The side dishes consisted of Kyuri-asa-zuke (Japanese pickled cucumbers) and kimchi (a fermented cabbage and vegetable Korean dish).

In closing

Out of all the days of the week, Sundays are most bittersweet because it’s still the weekend, but the end of it as well.

Thanks for reading.