The year is 1905, the time of the Russo-Japanese war. The Japanese and the Russian forces are waging a massive war that would decimate armies on both sides. The former has a platoon stationed within a trench in the Hokkaido region of their own country. AdvertisementsRead More Golden Kamuy review – Hunt for the Wilderpeople meets The Revenant.
Hugh Glass is a fucking determinator. This guy just flat out gets critically maimed by a grizzly bear, and then lives to the tell the tale. But my dear readers, I’ll spare you all the gory details and cut to the chase.Read More Recommendation night: The Revenant
Its sorta hard to predict how any anime by Studio Bones is going to turn out. Sometimes they could end up being rather passable, or even incredibly memorable and well written (i.e Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Darker than Black). On the other hand, they could end up being complete and utter failures (i.e Zetsuen no Tempest). […]Read More Noragami Aragoto review – hey, anybody got 5 yen?
So, now that the Spring season is all done and over with (and the Summer season is in full force), I reckon it’ll be a nice idea to review a few of its notable titles.Read More Legend of the Galactic Heroes: The New Thesis – Pretty boys in SPAAACCCEEEEE!!!
Warning! Proceed with caution ole curious traveller for this critique contains spoilers! Yea no, I’m not kidding. There are spoilers here…
Sicario was a bit of an odd duck back in 2015. It didn’t feel like most action films released during that time, what with its unique direction, nihilistic touches and disturbing content. Quite frankly, you could almost label it an “anti-blockbuster.”Read More Sicario: Day of the Soldado review – Terrorists are bad m’kay!
It’s been a while since we’ve got an anime that veers away from the usual cliches and tropes found in nearly every single show nowadays. I’m talking about the endless sea of moe chicks, pointless infodumps, girls getting their clothes ripped to shreds, spiky haired caricatures screaming their lungs out and so on. Therefore, it’s […]Read More 91 Days review – Take the cannoli Angelo
Recently I stumbled across a horror flick that seemed to garner a lot of polarizing opinions regarding its overall quality. That film was “It Comes at Night.” Directed by Trey Edward Shults, it’s a thriller exploring the human condition during an apocalyptic scenario.Read More Recommendation night: It Comes at Night
“Erm, how do I make sense of this thingamajig?” – Literally my first response to discovering WordPress many years back.Read More Welcome!