Hey there, have you seen the talk around about a weird and odd anime called School Days? Do you kind of want to see what all the buzz is about or maybe want to revisit it, but wasn't able to participate in the weird community book club thing and find that a bummer? Well, I … Continue reading The School Days Collection: Crackpot Theories and Unfunny Quips to Watch Along With
So I did a thing. Big thanks to Bradley for inviting me on for a Cold Brew Call. I went in thinking I would make a pretty awful podcast guess…and well, I don’t know if I compare to a paranormal investigating English professor, or a writer from sleepy hallow but I had a lot of fun and while I consider the sound of my own voice an “assault on the ears” there’s a lot of good movie discussion had.
I definitely don’t have as big a following as V (#MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS) and some of the other guests but I know I’m backed by some of the best people around the blogosphere that often go underappreciated, so I’d certainly appreciate if we can show how unified and supportive us small-time writers are even if I’m not the best candidate for that. So please if you get a chance, give it a listen and then come back and let me know how bad my tastes in movies is.
And if you want a drinking game to listen along with, every time I say I haven’t seen one of your favorite films or pronounce a name wrong yet say it with unwavering confidence will be appearing frequently.
If you do listen thank you very much, and please be sure to follow Cold Brew Calls and listen to some of the other discussions, I promise you won’t be disappointed.
This week, I chat with K at the Movies, and we each reveal our Top 10 films of the decade! Spoiler alert: No movie on one list appears on the other. So sit back, grab some popcorn, and listen to us move through at least 20 different movies released in the 2010s! You can tune in on the link below, and make sure to subscribe on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher. Also, for a TON of movie content, check out K’s wonderfully diverse movie blog. Annnnnnd Action!!!
So, I have just watched the recent Netflix Original series The Circle and let me just say that it is one of the lowest common denominator pandering, reality television nonsense… and I love it! The self-proclaim “social media competition” mixes elements of Big Brother and Catfish to address new age internet culture behind the ruse … Continue reading Why Every Blogger Should Watch Netflix’s The Circle
I'm just glad Adam Schefter didn't leak this out before, I would like to keep the boos to a minimum. This is tough, or maybe I'm melodramatic... I don't know. I guess a good place to start is just to provide some context in case someone is just stumbling in here. Over the past couple … Continue reading An Announcement: #AniTwitWatches
This award post is starting off in typical fashion... with an apology. I'm a not so nice person so instead of doing the normal person thing and just commenting on the post from December 7.... I like to just randomly surprise people with out of the blue responses to being tagged. However, I wanted to … Continue reading I'm Recognized as a Freak and a Geek?
"Life is never fair, and perhaps it is a good thing for most of us that it is not."-Oscar Wilde I have this residing tinge of guilt, not caused by my actions but as consequence of my inaction. The truth is, in regard to fairness I have found myself unimaginably fortunate. It really is taken … Continue reading A Silent Voice That Needs to be Heard
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYkMUnppX7Q You know you’re in for something riveting when an OP can just give you chills like that. Charlotte is a dazzling animated series about a group of high school students who go on charming misadventures of wrangling up teenagers who possess super abilities of all sorts. A juggling act of interesting characters, a very … Continue reading Me, Yuu, and the Best Waifu – Charlotte Review