What creatures stalk the night in your local neck of the woods?
I wasn’t sure what to expect with this film. I love folklore, but admittedly know little about Filipino tales. Even less concerning their unique martial arts fighting styles.
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An Interview with Vincent Soberano, the Writer/Director/Star of ‘Blood Hunters: Rise of the Hybrids. Vincent and I discuss his martial arts background, Filipino folklore, and what’s next for the characters of ‘Blood Hunters’!
We have a real treat today! In Asian Spaces had the opportunity to chat with Vincent Soberano, Writer, Director and Star of Blood Hunters: Rise of the Hybrids! Vincent is an award-winning filmmaker, sports hall of fame awardee and masterful storyteller!
Let’s learn more about his latest feature film, his martial arts prowess and the Aswang of Filipino folklore culture!
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Is Detective Pikachu one of Harry Goodman’s experiments?
So…it has been quite a while since you all heard from me.
I am not one who actively follows the whole astrology craze or prescribes to it in their daily life. Yes, I know my astrological sign and occasionally will read a horoscope or two if it’s in front of me – but that is the extent. However, whatever has been going on this entire month of February has knocked me for a loop. I don’t know what was in retrograde or fully understand what ‘pieces season’ is despite googling it, but I do know that I am feeling better now today. So, let’s get to writing!
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This is something I wrote that I intended to add onto The Dragon Prince review, but it no longer fit so I’ll post it here on its own.
While it’s no secret that high fantasy and Sci-Fi are entrenched in the densest forms of whiteness, this has always confused me.
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There is something about enjoying your hobbies and passions with a group of like-minded individuals. Conventions are great for this, but cinema is even better. The raw emotion charges the air, and you become even more invested in the stories being shown on screen. I assume this is why people love things like Broadway (I say people because I just can’t handle musicals unless it’s Disney). In the past few years, New York has upped its anime game. Theatres now offer animated films, show anime season marathons and even film festivals (The Complete Studio Ghibli Fest at the IFC Center and countless others). If you like Cowboy Bebop and would like to see it in theatres, read on –