Whooooaaaa, things have been busy lately! I check on the blog regularly, and it’s been tough to resist posting some of the stuff I’ve been working on, but I must! In lieu of actual content today, I thought I’d at least let you know that there’s some fun on the very near horizon. First, I’ll be […]Continue reading "up next on subhumanzoids"
Has it really been almost two years since we last sat down with Jules Carrozza, known to some longtime readers of this blog as Kojiro Abe? Yes indeed, and his first feature, Alison in Wonderland, has still yet to be released. Thus, when Jules stopped by the sewer-grate-steamin’ subhumanzoids back-alley with a new “sneak preview” trailer for […]Continue reading "three questions: jules carrozza marches on with alison"
Longtime followers of this blog who migrated over from the original Joseph Luster Report are no doubt familiar with independent filmmaker Jules Carrozza, or his more notorious former moniker, Kojiro Abe. If you’re just joining us, stop by some of the classic posts for a bit of a refresher course, or just start watching some […]Continue reading "jlr exclusive: an(other) interview with jules carrozza"
It’s been a few years since the last, but I just wrapped another EXCLUSIVE interview with esteemed writer and director Jules Carrozza, AKA Kojiro Abe. You may recall him appearing on my blog many times in the past, and my interest in his work has yet to fully wane. While I prep this monster post, […]Continue reading "home of the whopper"
I’ve said quite a lot over the years about the films of J.L. Carrozza—the artist formerly known as Kojiro Abe—but can too much be said about his work? Many would bellow a hearty YES, shooting down any further queries with extended tongues and a flagon’s fill of venomous saliva. There are things that remain to […]Continue reading "DVD Review: Two Short Films by J.L. Carrozza"