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Jul 18, 2014
One of the few Yoji Kuri films to utilize a soundtrack and story line, Two Pikes tells the story of a castaway couple who stumble on a small island and live happily until foreigners come live on it and build a society that is ultimately destroyed by war. It is believed by some that this was the sole inspiration for Hayao Miyazaki's Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.
Jul 18, 2014
Possibly the very first lolicon anime, Love to Kemeko is another piece by the revolutionary cracked out mind of Yoji Kuri. It depicts a young girl clinging to a grown man, playing with him, standing on his head, sucking onto the back of his head, and attaching herself to his butt to the theme of some creepy Japanese Beatles.
Jul 18, 2014
Another classic from the mind of LSD addicted director Yoji Kuri, watch and be amazed as this 1960's colored pencil animation shows random characters dying in random ways ranging from being run over by boats to smelling their own farts, and capping it off with some nude pictures of Asian models that are at least well into their 80's now.
Jul 18, 2014
Made by the Japanese Imperial Navy. This film was a propaganda campaign made for children depicting Momotaro, a Japanese folklore hero, and his little forest friends as they fight for the emperor to defeat the white man on, "Demon Island". Demon Island is a topical place resembling Hawaii and the Philippines. It's white rulers are a fat and cowardly lot, eager to surrender to Momotaro and his furry friends.
Apr 25, 2012
So one day I get a call from a friend of mine, lordzeru, and he tells me about this trippy first episode of this anime called Texhnolyze. I asked what makes it trippy. He says no one says a word, its very quiet. Usually in an anime trippy and unusual are a good thing and ultimately lead to good mind fuck. This is not the case with Texhnolyze.

From the get go there is like no audio. There is no music except the shitty opening, and I don't even think any words were said the first episode. The whole series keeps about the same pace. read more