Erased, known in Japan as Boku dake ga Inai Machi (僕だけがいない街, lit. “The Town Where Only I Am Missing”) is a 2016 anime mini-series by A-1 Pictures based on Kei Sanbe‘s manga series of the same title. The anime adapts the full story of the manga, though it condenses and alters the events that take place in volumes 6 to 8.
A live-action movie adaptation was released in Japan on March 19, 2016 which also featured an alternate ending. A live-action Netflix TV series was released on December 15, 2017. (myanimelist)
The Psychedelic Video Museum is the world’s first museum of psychedelic art and video. It is the fruit of a decade long effort which began in April 2010, and the foundation of the Daily Psychedelic Video, a group blog that’s been serving the internet it’s daily menu of selectively curated psychedelic videos from across the web.
The videos on this website were carefully selected from within the Daily Psychedelic Video collections of more than 4,000 videos that were posted on the website between April 2010 and April 2020. Together, they constitute the first ever attempt to showcase the variety and creativity of psychedelic video artists from across the globe, since early 20th century and to this day.
You can roam our virtual exhibition halls choosing to advance chronologically, from early 20th century psychedelia to this day, or by region, by exploring global hotspots of psychedelic creativity such as Germany, France, China, Japan and Israel. Alternatively, you can also explore psychedelic videos of different themes, styles and moods: feelgood psychedelia, contemplative psychedelia, marine psychedelia, poppy psychedelia or hip-hop psychedelia.
Whichever way you decide to move through these collections, be sure to do so in an explorative psychedelic frame of mind. These videos are a mindstate-dependent form of art. They don’t have to be viewed under the influence to be enjoyed, but they dramatically benefit from a relaxed, fanciful, contemplative gaze which allows the shapes and colors on the screen to resonate in our minds and bodies.
Everyday Objects In Macro – Macro Room
A mind-bending video shows the reality of everyday object in extreme close-up.
JU-ON: Origins is a Japanese horror web television series based on the Ju-On franchise. The series premiered on Netflix on July 3, 2020. (wiki)
A paranormal researcher searches obsessively for a cursed home where something terrible happened to a mother and her child long ago. The J-horror classic franchise Ju-On was actually based on real events that occurred over four decades — and the truth is even more terrifying. (rt)