300 Gags de Schtroumpfs – Tome 2 – Peyo (Créateur) et Studio Peyo (Équipe artistique)

La suite de merveilleux gags Compilant la dernière moitié du troisième volume (60 derniers gags), le quatrième et le cinquième, cette compilation 300 Gags de Schtroumpfs est une autre gamme de livres permettant une plongée dans l'univers de ces lutins dans leur pays pas si maudit que cela.Trois parties dont mon commentaire rassemble ce que … Continue reading 300 Gags de Schtroumpfs – Tome 2 – Peyo (Créateur) et Studio Peyo (Équipe artistique)

300 Gags de Schtroumpfs – Tome 1 – Peyo (Créateur) et Studio Peyo (Équipe artistique)

Une bonne tranche de rires Première compilation de 600 gags, 300 Gags Schtroumpfs présente la moitié de ces gags qui montrent de façon rigolote le quotidien des Schtroumpfs. Soit les deux premiers tomes de la série, 240 gags, et 60 gags du troisième livre. Avec un récit sommaire et un coup de crayon toujours aussi … Continue reading 300 Gags de Schtroumpfs – Tome 1 – Peyo (Créateur) et Studio Peyo (Équipe artistique)

Macross Plus (マクロスプラス) (OVA Series) – Shoji Kawamori (河森正) (Creator, co-director and story), Shinichiro Watanabe (渡辺信一郎) (co-director), Keiko Nobumoto (信本敬子) (Screenwriter), and Studio Nue (スタジオぬえ) (Story)

Incredible sequel to the original Anime series Super Dimension Fortress Macross. Memorable piece of human storytelling When the anime Super Dimension Fortress Macross appeared on Japanese TV, and worldwide under the edited Robotech, it got such a success that the occasion for a sequel was screaming due to the incredible public reception. So when the … Continue reading Macross Plus (マクロスプラス) (OVA Series) – Shoji Kawamori (河森正) (Creator, co-director and story), Shinichiro Watanabe (渡辺信一郎) (co-director), Keiko Nobumoto (信本敬子) (Screenwriter), and Studio Nue (スタジオぬえ) (Story)

Lady Snowblood: Song of Vengeance (修羅雪姫 怨み恋歌) – Lady Snowblood Series – Kazuo Koike (小池 一夫) and Kazuo Kamimura (上村 一夫) (Original work) – Toshiya Fujita (藤田 敏八) (Director) – Norio Osada (長田紀生) (Screenwriter)

The fascinating sequel to a Jidaigeki classic that influenced Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill In the manga Lady Snowblood, following her revenge quest on those who destroyed her family, Yuki Kashima became a gymnastic school teacher at a Girls Boarding School, introducing to many the virtues of such activities until anti-foreign gangs and clans tried to … Continue reading Lady Snowblood: Song of Vengeance (修羅雪姫 怨み恋歌) – Lady Snowblood Series – Kazuo Koike (小池 一夫) and Kazuo Kamimura (上村 一夫) (Original work) – Toshiya Fujita (藤田 敏八) (Director) – Norio Osada (長田紀生) (Screenwriter)

Lady Snowblood (修羅雪姫) – Lady Snowblood Series – Kazuo Koike (小池 一夫) and Kazuo Kamimura (上村 一夫) (Original work) – Toshiya Fujita (藤田 敏八) (Director) – Norio Osada (長田紀生) (Screenwriter)

"People say you can't wash away the mud of this world with pure white snow. You need asura snow - stained fiery red." - Narrator In 2003, like everybody in North America and Europe, cinemas broadcasted the movie Kill Bill. Quentin Tarantino production which introduced many to the culture of Japanese cinema and to its … Continue reading Lady Snowblood (修羅雪姫) – Lady Snowblood Series – Kazuo Koike (小池 一夫) and Kazuo Kamimura (上村 一夫) (Original work) – Toshiya Fujita (藤田 敏八) (Director) – Norio Osada (長田紀生) (Screenwriter)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – Howard Hawks (Director), Joseph Fields, Anita Loos, Leo Robin, and Jule Styne (Original Broadway Show), and Charles Lederer (Screenwriter)

Two little Girls from Little Rock who conquered Paris and the world with this film When people recount the 1950s Cinema decade, the biggest name that shines the most is Marilyn Monroe. An American actress who became a legend in pop culture. A tragic example of someone horribly exploited by Hollywood. A woman with incredible … Continue reading Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – Howard Hawks (Director), Joseph Fields, Anita Loos, Leo Robin, and Jule Styne (Original Broadway Show), and Charles Lederer (Screenwriter)

Kwaidan (怪談) – Masaki Kobayashi (小林 正樹) (Director) Lafcadio Hearn (小泉 八雲) (Original author), and Yoko Mizuki (水木 洋子) (Screenwriter)

“Nympha pudica Deum vidit, et erubuit.”― Lafcadio Hearn In 2005 on the TV channel Tele-Quebec, during the Easter Holidays and Massive University Strike that struck our province, I saw late at night a Japanese film called Kwaidan. Riveting in its imagery and storytelling, its drama haunted me for years. Showed incredible folk tales that Lafcadio Hearn … Continue reading Kwaidan (怪談) – Masaki Kobayashi (小林 正樹) (Director) Lafcadio Hearn (小泉 八雲) (Original author), and Yoko Mizuki (水木 洋子) (Screenwriter)

Anthologie de l’Oeuvre enregistrée de Jean Cocteau – Jean Cocteau, Édith Piaf, etc.

Dans cette compilation CD se trouve, pour tous les passionnés de poésie surréaliste, des vestiges de l'oeuvre de Jean Cocteau. Anciens enregistrements de poésie faits en 1929, des extraits de Parade sous la musique d'Éric Satie, un ballet qui a créé une controverse à sa sortie, des poèmes inédits tels Le Fils de l'air, et … Continue reading Anthologie de l’Oeuvre enregistrée de Jean Cocteau – Jean Cocteau, Édith Piaf, etc.

Batman and Robin (1949 Film Serial) – Bill Finger and Bob Kane (Creators) and Spencer Gordon Bennet (Director)

Second Movie serial of the Dynamic Duo that reveals some excellent storyline In its precedent serial, Batman offered a politically-charged storyline that although good, could be seen as contrived and manipulated by various political agendas and prejudices linked to World War Two. So looking at the 1943 series from a recent angle, it will look … Continue reading Batman and Robin (1949 Film Serial) – Bill Finger and Bob Kane (Creators) and Spencer Gordon Bennet (Director)

Batman (1943 Film Serial) – Bill Finger and Bob Kane (Creators) and Lambert Hillyer (Director)

Product of Its Time Period that brought crucial elements into the Batman lore When the comic book series Batman appeared in North American houses, the character enriched pop culture with a dark sense of justice; fighting criminals within a city of Darkness polar opposite to Superman's Metropolis. Gritty, violent and down to earth, the hero's … Continue reading Batman (1943 Film Serial) – Bill Finger and Bob Kane (Creators) and Lambert Hillyer (Director)