Due to some personal events that have transpired, I will be taking a short hiatus from blogging. I just need to take some time and focus on myself, and I don't want to turn out any half-hearted or mediocre content. You guys are all wonderful and deserve the best that I can give, and right... Continue Reading →
A little look at Satoshi Kon's Perfect Blue and Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, and what makes them so dang similar (and good.)
What is Ninja Scroll? A film from 1993? Yes. A movie with cool sword fights? Yes. The greatest cinematic masterpiece of the past century? I won't say "no."
Spike Spiegel is an iconic anime character, a man who really helped take anime to the next level here in the west, but these things aren't neccesarily what makes him great.
Regardless of your views on Attack on Titan Season 2, we can all agree that the fight scene, you know the one, was goshdang sick.
Rolling Girls is an incredible viewing experience. After getting only five episodes in, I was incredibly compelled to make a post about it, because, from what I have seen, the show is really something special.
Koe no Katachi is a stunning movie filled with beautiful imagery. But perhaps the most emotionally interesting image in the film is that of a simple calendar. I know everybody writes about Koe no Katachi, but I don't want this little touch to go unnoticed.