Japanese Mythology in Popular Culture - Onibaba

Onibaba

  • The meaning of the word "Onibaba" in Japanese means "demon mother".
  • Onibaba is featured in AdventureQuest Worlds. She is featured in Yokai Island's junkyard near the Tsukumogami Shrine.

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Kaneto Shindo - International Success
... the vitality of man, his urge for survival." From these new ideas came Onibaba in 1964 ... Onibaba stars Nobuko Otowa and Jitsuko Yoshimura as 14th century Japanese peasants in a reed-filled marshland who survive by killing and robbing defeated samurai ... Shindo made Kuroneko, a horror film reminiscent of Onibaba and Ugetsu Monogatari ...
Onibaba (film) - Reception
... While Onibaba is regarded a "period drama" by David Robinson, or "stage drama" by Japanese film scholar Keiko I ... Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian says "Onibaba is a chilling movie, a waking nightmare shot in icy monochrome, and filmed in a colossal and eerily beautiful wilderness" ... with brilliantly composed, almost abstract compositions of the wasteland itself" and summarizes "Onibaba deserves something more than cult status." Jonathan Rosenbaum describes it as "creepy ...