If you treat yourselves to a little browse of their official site, they'll tell you they are "where the future of music, art and politics collide to define a new and necessary progressive culture." This is also true and far more eloquently put than my summery. And they're exceptionally good, too. In every definition of the word. Kotori is dedicated to providing its readers with insight into an emerging culture defined by progress towards a globally cooperative and environmentally sound way of life.
Bob Freville is the associate editor at Kotori and is no stranger to wicked awesomeness, in fact, the combination of the two seems to have been an inevitability. Bob was kind enough to cozy up to our DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK and give us his thoughtful insight. He has a wonderful writing style that simply pulls you in and makes you feel as though you're in the company of a good friend.
And a damn good one at that...
"It's a seldom thing to be promised something great and get exactly that. How many times has somebody recommended an album or a movie to you, and when you bring it home you're so sorely underwhelmed that you feel like pissing on the "art" and shitting on the person who raved about it? But Jen & Sylvia Soska's Dead Hooker in a Trunk is one of those infrequent articles of awesomeness that not only doesn't disappoint or piss you off, but fills you to drowning point with piss and vinegar and glee! This is a flick that's as bad ass as its title would suggest!"
As you may guess from that delicious snippet, Bob peered into our proverbial trunk and liked what he saw. We simply adored his article and highly recommend you start your day off with a piping hot cup of rad.
Check out the FULL DELECTABLE REVIEW HERE.
A very special thanks to Bob Freville for taking the time to watch our DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK and all the kick ass Kotorians.