I usually enjoy a b-movie or two to break the monotony of the usual hoity-toity™ arthouse film. I kid… I really do not care much about arthouse movies… because they usually take themselves too seriously for my tastes. B-movies, on the other hand are the quick snacks in between mega-expensive blockbuster hits that seem to […]Read more "We Review: Pacific Rim Uprising"
When we first heard of Star Wars Rebels, we were quite skeptical about how well it would do. Fresh off the conclusion of the excellent Clone Wars series Rebels took a new direction by introducing characters that were not the typical Skywalkers nor clones. They were what seemed to be extremely minor cogs in the […]Read more "We Review: Star Wars Rebels"
Within the first 30 seconds, I had already clicked pause to give my first impression of this Anime. And here it is, WTF. As first shots go of any show, someone introducing themselves in a flat monotone voice then an eyeball coming out of their hair, well let’s just say that it sure seems unique! […]Read more "We Review: GeGeGe no Kitaro"
When Go Nagai invented the Super Robot Genre even he was surprised with just how game-changing his piloted giant mecha series would be. To the west he might be more known for Devilman or Cutey Honey from the anime surge of the 90s although he did release Tranzor Z (Americanized version of Mazinger) in the […]Read more "We Review: Mazinger Z Infinity"
We have quite a backlog of Anime write ups to happen over the next few weeks! Turns out, if you leave things long enough, they don’t go away!! If there is anything you want us to cover in particular, please let us know in the comments!! Any, Grancrest is an interesting type show. Set very […]Read more "We Review: Record of Grancrest War"
Think, Ghost in the Shell and Blade Runner mashed together in a futuristic messed up world. If you are rich enough, you die and come back in a better body. If you are super Rich you die and come back in a carbon copy of your previous body. But you can be executed if someone […]Read more "We Review: Altered Carbon"
The intro to this show was very interesting. Following a Programmer, Ichiro Suzuki, as he starts a “Death March” (In programming terms, it is long hours put into coding before the release of something). However, after falling asleep in the office, he dreams of a different world. As a low level character, he is almost immediately […]Read more "We Review: Death March to a Parallel World Rhapsody"