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Lydia Kwa’s 'Pulse' is a courageous piece of

It’s always pleasurable to read a novel set in Toronto, but the key to Pulse is Kwa’s spare yet evocative prose.
NOW Magazine  |  Susan G. Cole  |  04-02-2010  |  Fiction

Pulse Pen Picks Up Sound and Scribblesnew

LiveScribe's user-friendly Pulse can record audio and upload notes directly to your Windows computer, making it an outright boon to students, reporters, and others.
The Georgia Straight  |  Petti Fong  |  11-24-2008  |  Tech

Freak to Cheek

Who will stop Sonzero from making another film?
Washington City Paper  |  Matthew Borlik  |  08-18-2006  |  Reviews

Ghost Town Tokyonew

The ghost is literally in the machine in this prototypical Japanese horror film that works primarily with dread and inexplicable phenomena rather than blood and guts.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten  |  01-05-2006  |  Reviews

Film Sets Your Pulse Racingnew

The film initially proves slow and familiar, but the final section strays from Japanese horror convention to generate a genuinely apocalyptic atmosphere.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  12-15-2005  |  Reviews

Psychic Territory

One subculture of America's rec-room repertory theaters supports Asian horror and revenge flicks that Hollywood sees mostly as grist for remakes, including the work of Kiyoshi Kurosawa, perhaps the most ambitious of J-horror directors.
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Jenkins  |  12-02-2005  |  Reviews

Familiar Ringnew

Pulse rips its ghostly story line from better Japanese horror films.
Dallas Observer  |  Luke Y. Thompson  |  11-28-2005  |  Reviews

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