Another amazing show from Patrick Macias. Now here’s some hangover fueled snap shots:
Ninja, I see you!
Patrick Macias will be emerging from the dakrness to assault you with his NINJA ATTACK! in Vol.7 of the hit TokyoScope Talk series! Thrill as deadly ninja secrets are revealed a our host walks you through the shadowy and shinobi filled paths of Ninja City!
Now you see them, now you donft!
The ninja – Japanfs famed shadow warriors of legend – are the subject of the next TokyoScope Talk film event, hosted by Patrick Macias.
Produced in association with Matt Alt, co-author of the new book Ninja Attack! True Tales of Assassins, Samurai, and Outlaws (Kodansha International), this presentation will explore the historical and pop culture legacy of the original men (and women!) in black.
Gasp in amazement as rare clips from assorted movies, anime, and TV programs such as gShinobi no Monoh, gRed Maskh, gShogun Assassinh, gDagger of Kamuih, and gAlien vs Ninjah reveal the over-the-top skills, weapons, and deadly techniques of these fearsome martial artists!
*All attendees enter a raffle to win free copies of gNinja Attack!h!
Patrick Macias returns to the mic to take on the tough women of Japanese cinema! Don’t miss it!
Monday, September 13th at 7:00pm (Happy Hour starts at 6:00pm)
š Hosted by Patrick Macias (Editor, Otaku USA)
š VIP party starts 6pm
š Discussion + Screening of Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion
š $20 / mature content
Join host Patrick Macias (Editor, Otaku USA) for a unique look at sexy Stray Cats, Female Prisoners, Delinquent Bosses and other captivating and sexy bad girl roles from Japanese cinema. The evening will be complemented by a theatrical screening of the lurid prison film Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion. Adults only due to mature subject matter; 18+ General admission tickets for the discussion and film screening are $20.00.
$20 general / mature
PENICILLIN‘s front man HAKUEI will be appearing at San Francisco’s Japan Town Nihon Machi Street Fair. Hosted by Black Peace Now, HAKUEI will be appearing for a brief autograph session and attendng a pre-launch party celebrating the Peace Now’s clothing store in the soon to be opened NEW PEOPLE shopping center in San Francisco’s Japan Town. NEW PEOPLE will be having it’s grand opening August 15th, housing a theater focusing on Japanese films, it will also showcase art, and bring to the US contemporary Japanese clothing brands with 6%DOKIDOKI, Black Peace Now, and Baby, the Stars Shine Bright retail stores.
Source: NEW PEOPLE Official