It’s finally here! My beloved murder analysis squad is back for another series! First episode is everything I wanted and dare I even say, more? It’s filled with the usual suspense and gore, I think if you’ve watched both Ishi no Mayu and Shuisho no Kodou, you’d know… but I especially liked the second half of the pilot.
There’s a particular scene near the end (the shot below), when the BGM kicks in. It’s no secret I LOVE the BGM of this show so much. The composer tweaked a newish tune during this scene and I got so excited xD
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I wasn’t planning to sub this show but was intrigued by the idea of camping alone and cooking your own food and basically, having a good time while enjoying the nature. When I first heard of this show, it instantly reminded me of this anime called Yuru Camp. I do suggest you to check it out if camping is your kind of hobby.
The show is about Kento and Nanako who both like camping alone. However, they have different ideas about food. Kento likes to cook canned food while Nanako prefers to obtain natural ingredients from the mountain or sea. I think the idea’s pretty simple and it’s the kind of show where you watch with a relaxed mind.
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I’m currently subbing Aku no Hado :Satsujin Bunsekihan Spinoff (悪の波動 殺人分析班スピンオフ ) which is the prequel of Ishi no Mayu (2015), that focuses on the villain Toremi’s backstory.
Ishi no Mayu was the first show I ever subbed so suffice to say this series has a very special place in my heart. I didn’t put much hope initially on them continuing the series but considering the success of Ishi when it was released, I’m glad WOWOW decided to adapt more of the author’s novels. The second series, Suisho no Kodou was released in 2016 and finally this year, we have both this spinoff and the long awaited 3rd series, Chou no Rikigaku.
English subs for this series can be found at d-addicts, or you can visit this page where I listed all the shows I’ve worked on thus far. Two more episodes before Aku no Hado ends and I can’t wait to work on Chou no Rikigaku when it’s out in November.
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It’s been a while since I last subbed a show, A LIFE I think. If there’s anything that would motivate me to be active in fansubbing again, it’s Kimura Fumino xD Things seem to be getting exciting again… at least there’s Sagideka (NHK), followed by 3rd installment of the WOWOW series, Chou no Rikigaku in November, not to mention the spinoff for Toremi! I’m definitely looking forward to work on Chou no Rikigaku but not 100% sure for Aku no Hado.
Anyways, you can now get the first episode of Sagideka subtitle at d-addicts forum.
Unnatural is a pretty good drama to binge-watch. It’s filled with likeable characters, none of whom really pisses me off, not even the sly wicked reporter. I’m not sure if there’s Season 2 in the plan, but I’d definitely look forward to it.
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I had time to check out new dramas and also to catch up on last season’s shows, Confidence Man JP happened to be one of those that turned out to be a pleasant surprise. I watched without checking out the synopsis and thoroughly enjoyed the premier.
Before going further, this is a show filled with twists (granted I didn’t read the synopsis so I didn’t know what to expect). No, it’s not in the form of thriller or suspense, but the kind of twists that are always lurking around the corner to catch you off guard. I have to admit it’s quite clever, I didn’t see the reveal at the end of the pilot until they showed it. In fact, even in the opening sequence, the part where the three cast were walking on the street, Dako (Nagasawa Masami) blatantly welcomed us to a world where you don’t know what’s true or fake and they seem to stay by that rule.
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anone is about strangers meeting and start building some sort of unconventional relationship. This reminds me of other Yuji Sakamoto works such as Mondai no Aru Restaurant (which is really good) or the more recent Quartet. Both have several characters who come together (each with their own motive or by coincidence) and start living together under one roof. Personally, I think that’s one of Sakamoto’s strengths, giving each character their own life story, sprinkled with random but also familiar script such as arguing about whether a certain food is nicer with/without certain ingredient and whatnot.