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The Blind Beast

9 thoughts on “ The Blind Beast

  1. Goltijora says:
    Overview. In Edogawa Rampo's "Moju: The Blind Beast", a deranged, scarred and sightless sculptor kidnaps a model and imprisons her in a psychedelic labyrinth of giant sculpted eyes and other outlandish body parts, before dismembering her in a fearful blood-orgy. Her limbs, head and torso are later found scattered throughout Tokyo.
  2. Golar says:
    A wildly fetishistic, claustrophobic Japanese production made in , THE BLIND BEAST (a.k.a. MOJU) is profoundly bizarre. It’s hard to know how to respond to its excesses; some moments are genuinely unsettling, others merely provoke (unintended?) laughter.
  3. Gajin says:
    The Beast™ hub blind is the largest side-by-side hub blind on the market, offering incredible space for large group hunts, tons of gear or even concealment for an ATV. The six large, zippered windows can be opened or closed in multiple arrangements to suit any hunter’s needs.
  4. Mijar says:
    Beast/Dwarf deals with two Rampo stories whose plots have been forcibly intertwined. The first is a retelling of the original Blind Beast plotline—a blind sculptor kidnaps a woman to be his sensual slave in his "cavern" of sculptures—but Ishii opens things up a bit by having the "beast" of the title be a serial murderer. His victim, a famous cabaret dancer, is only the first of several.
  5. Mulkree says:
    If you haven't seen the film, "Blind Beast" is the story of an obsessive blind man who hungers after art based on touch alone. Deprived of sight, he lives through his fingertips and what he can caress. Nothing gives him more pleasure than the female form, and he has dedicated his life to finding its perfection/5(4).
  6. Tara says:
    Blind Beast (盲獣, Mōjū), aka Moju the Blind Beast is a Japanese film directed by Yasuzo Masumura. It is based on a novel by Edogawa Rampo.
  7. Nekinos says:
    A character with a freakish appearance, experiencing loneliness, happens to stumble into a blind person who doesn't realize that the freak is not quite human. They strike up a friendship or even romance, and the audience learns An Aesop that blind people might be better than we are because.
  8. Samurr says:
    Yasuzo Masumura's "Blind Beast" is a wild, confrontational film in every way. Its small cast (only three actors) would be a radical enough move, even without the story's bold theme of 5/5(2).
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