It’s time once again to grab that over-sized bowl of sugary goodness (aka: your favorite cereal) and add some milk or rather almond-milk or soy-milk…. you know if you just happen to be lactose intolerant as I am =(. And prepare to watch some of the finest of anime~storytelling from yesteryear ^^.
So quite a number of visitors here watched last weekend’s anime “Mermaid’s Scar” as WP does keep track of video views so that was encouraging in uploading the earlier of the two anime films which is this “Mermaid Forest” for this Saturday morning. And again I did intentionally post them in reverse order as I explained a bit in last Saturday’s post….. well whether that made any sense to you or not =P.
Now as a reminder, these films are not intended for children by any means as there’s a good amount of macabre, adult situations and violence in them…. also these anime are of the possible nightmare invoking genre, I truly mean that! But they’re done so so well hence the nightmares!….. and in terms of story/character twists and intrigue and heightened suspense, these two anime are of the very finest…. period. ^^ Also I need to mention that today’s anime also includes a bit of animated nudity. At times animated boobs gives me the inevitable feeling that I would indeed fall forward if mine just happened to be THAT um large =O…. but that’s neither here nor there as I’m forever a “B” =P ..and so without further ado here’s the “second” of two animated films which hail from the creative mind of anime icon Takahashi Rumiko. “Mermaid Forest” was originally released on August 16th, 1991 and just like last week’s movie “Mermaid Scar”, both were produced on the VHS format and so after a bit of VHS to digital transfer magic ~* and additional encoding making it WP video friendly….. here’s today’s nostalgic anime for your viewing pleasure straight from VHS to your favorite viewing screen, enjoy ^^.
~Mermaid Forest (English subtitled ver.)~
While “Mermaid’s Scar” was dubbed in English, the VHS version of “Mermaid Forest” I own is instead presented in its original Japanese language but does include English subtitles, a much preferable version personally speaking although some dubbed anime are very well done too =).
It’s now 6 am Hawaiian-time but I’m sure no matter the hour of day it may be wherever you are, cereal is still a most viable meal ^^.