Kitsune: A Short Film about a Boy and a Fox

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kitsune microshortKitsune is the first short film in a new series, Collisions Project, by Benedict Sanderson. A collision is described as “an event in which two or more bodies exert forces on each other for a relatively short time.” The first of these microshorts, Kitsune, stars Sagar Radia and a very compelling fox who has a brief, but meaningful, interaction with the young man. Kitsune are similar to wild foxes, except for their supernatural powers. Keep an eye for more microshorts from the Collisions Project at vimeo. Kitsune shows how just how significant just a few moments can be in a person’s life.

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Monster of the Week: Kitsune

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Stone Kitsune. Image from Japan Travel Guide

Kitsune are mischievious fox spirits. The term kitsune means “fox” in Japanese, but when used in English it refers to the mystical foxes of Japanese folklore. Kitsune are a type of yōkai, a creature with supernatural abilities. They are similar to the wild foxes found throughout the world, but for their magical powers. Continue reading

5 Supernatural Shorts

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werewolves pix grungeDo you love the supernatural, but have a short attention span? We can relate. There are lots of fantastic short films and videos with a supernatural theme available on the internet. Some are seriously spooky, while others are hilariously fun to watch. Some of our favorite short films about the occult available right now include: WerewolvesBundle of Nerves, FrancisDji Death Fails, and The Vashata Nerada: A Shadowplay. Who can’t take five minutes out of their day for a little paranormal activity?

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Doctor Who Christmas Special Recap: Last Christmas

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Who did you expect? The Easter Bunny?

As the holidays drew near, we began to wonder what this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special would bring. Even the name of this year’s special, “Last Christmas,” helped get us in the holiday spirit. Enjoying an episode of Doctor Who after Christmas dinner has become a regular tradition, with this year being the 10th special. There have been a lot of good Christmas specials, which we recently ranked in “Doctor Who: Christmas Specials from Best to Worst.” After seeing Santa appear in the TARDIS at the end of the last episode of this season, “Death in Heaven” (S08E12), the anticipation for “Last Christmas” was high.

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