One of the goals I set out to achieve for myself and this site was to experience more anime. Not only am I watching it more frequently but I've made a list full of upcoming shows and movies planning to cover them. Not only is this beneficial to me as I get to watch more … Continue reading ‘To Every You I’ve Loved Before’ / ‘To Me, The One Who Loved You’ Anime Double Feature REVIEW.
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My Hero Academia SPOILERS // Season 6 Part 2: ‘Dark Deku’ Arc!
As 'My Hero Academia' enters its Final Act, the world that it has crafted starts to come undone as the persona of the superhero becomes the very thing that destroys it. From the incessant need for superheroes and neglect of people with unfavourable quirks, it is how this society embraced the hero image that brought … Continue reading My Hero Academia SPOILERS // Season 6 Part 2: ‘Dark Deku’ Arc!
‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3: The Galactic Western Returns!
The world of 'Star Wars' continues to grow exponentially outside of its episodic films in the form of endless television entertainment on Disney+. Birthed by 'The Clone Wars' and 'Rebels', most of the series coming out of this new phase of 'Star Wars' follow that rich canon and build on it, spreading those characters around … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3: The Galactic Western Returns!
‘SCREAM VI’: An Instantly Iconic Slasher Requel Sequel.
There is truly no better time than now to dissect the concept of a franchise. Nostalgia has run its course, it is all about revamping these IPs with new characters to sustain a new trilogy or a new show or whatever the studio decides. The iconic actors return to get audiences back but as the … Continue reading ‘SCREAM VI’: An Instantly Iconic Slasher Requel Sequel.
‘Avatar: The Way of Water’: A Sophisticated Sequel That Expands Every Aspect.
Ever since 2009, the sight of the James Cameron blockbuster 'Avatar' would make me roll my eyes and groan, it was one of those movies that was just so overhyped and talked about to the point of great annoyance so there was a natural distaste for it on my end. This was the case for … Continue reading ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’: A Sophisticated Sequel That Expands Every Aspect.
‘Halloween Ends’ Is The Iconic, Campy and Unconventional Finale That I Loved To Bits.
The original 1978, John Carpenter directed 'Halloween' is probably my favourite horror film of all time. It is the yearly Halloween tradition that I have yet to break and never plan to. The iconic piano and synth, suburban flair and excess usage of pumpkins. The embodiment of evil personified as Michael Myers, a person in … Continue reading ‘Halloween Ends’ Is The Iconic, Campy and Unconventional Finale That I Loved To Bits.
‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ Is Top Tier MCU Content, DEAL WITH IT!
I can already see the mob of bigots coming for me after reading the title of this review but I have to say it, after the exhausting rollercoaster that is Phase 4 of the MCU, it felt particularly nice to have a show that I could count on every week to make me laugh and … Continue reading ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ Is Top Tier MCU Content, DEAL WITH IT!
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’… I Didn’t Get It The First Time But I Get It Now!
A24's horror reign in 2022 has been one of the few pleasant surprises this year has to offer. From the newfound Ti West trilogy surrounding the movie 'X' with the prequel 'Pearl' out now in theatres and the sequel 'MaXXXine' in theatres sometime in the near future to even new and original stories in movies … Continue reading ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’… I Didn’t Get It The First Time But I Get It Now!
‘Stranger Things 4: Volume 2’ Had Me In Utter Shambles.
Pop culture hasn't seen something like this happen in years, it's a phenomenon. I got off from work last week and Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill' was playing only to leave and grab a bite at McDonalds where a remix of it was playing. It's actually incredible. I managed to get my family hooked … Continue reading ‘Stranger Things 4: Volume 2’ Had Me In Utter Shambles.
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’: A Vapidly Entertaining Disaster.
Now I know, I preach about the theatrical experience and support your local theatres but I just couldn't muster up the energy to pay to see this final Jurassic entry and waste two and a half hours of my life... so I decided to do that at home! Considering how behind I currently am on … Continue reading ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’: A Vapidly Entertaining Disaster.