You already read this intro, go check out part 1-4...please. Let's just get into it. My final guest in the Kappa Mikey review series is.... So I have to explain this one. It's really hard to characterize a blogger based on their social media accounts try it...it's not easy. Skully on Kitsu is known as … Continue reading Is This Show Any Good? Kappa Mikey- Mikey Likes It (FT. Skully/Energized and Salty)
Concessions Confession: The Invisible Guest is everything you’d want in a mystery thriller, full of twists, deception, and tantalizing crime. Following the contemporary thriller format of misdirection and making the ‘mystery’ itself what needs to be solve; The Invisible Guest might take its trickery too far but never stops being engaging. Log Line: Spanish businessman … Continue reading The Invisible Guest (REVIEW)
By: Kat Wyatt Hello, it's me the intern again. K said "I'm extremely busy, and kind of suffering from writers block at the worst time. Please, work you're magic and stir up some click-bait gimmick to draw people in. You know what, I heard tier lists are a good way to drum up engagement because … Continue reading KyoAni Girls Tier List
The Mystery Machine has traveled coast to coast, continent to continent, creep to creature as the meddling mystery solvers have been unmasking monsters for over 50 years. On their journey the Scooby gang have been involved with plenty of characters and partaken on many new adventures, but the one relationship that had a huge impact … Continue reading Scooby Doo and Those Meddling Marketing Schemes
Christmas movies, there’s too many of them. I’m no Grinch or Christmas Scrooge it’s just there’s thousands of these flicks. For every Rudolph and Home Alone there’s hundreds of these cheap, silly, pandering, insipid, lazy, uninspired, and just downright stupid movies. As you can see from my past entries that I’ve found some interesting Christmas … Continue reading Too Many Strange Christmas Guests? (X-Mas Special)
The Villain of Frozen II After the great bamboozle that was Hans Christian Anderson being the villain of his own story, Frozen II figured there was only one twist that could top that…. there being no antagonist at all. The lurking evil wasn’t some mystical magical forest entity or some cosmic event. The real evil … Continue reading Frozen II: The Big Review (Part II)
Frozen II is the most confused I’ve been at the movies all year, and it’s an odd beast to tango with. It is not a bad film by any means (I guess), but it also has me wondering “how did you fuck up this badly” (and with that line we are no longer family friendly, … Continue reading Frozen II: The Big Review
The Music Man The most captivating scene of the entire movie is when Sam goes and confronts the song writer of Jesus and the Brides of Dracula song “Turning Teeth”. The soundtrack creates such a captivating soundscape to the film and there’s fascinating aspects to consider if you are willing to dive in. Especially with … Continue reading Under the Silver Lake (Part 2)
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. But what exactly fosters fear? Unexplained creatures of the night, devious psychos lurking invading our quaint neighborhoods? What about ignorance, an ignorance that fosters paranoia? What if what we should fear is what we find in ourselves? Our own ineptitude, imperfections, and ill-conceived notions about … Continue reading Under the Silver Lake (Part 1)
So this might come off as a shock to people but... I'm a Doo kid! I grew up watching... a lot of Scooby. I had a bunch of toys, board games, I had a fold-able mystery machine tent, and my earliest memories on the internet was playing Scooby Doo flash games. Therefore since I've seen … Continue reading Scooby Doo Films Tier List
Today we are doing another episode review, taking a deeper look at why my favorite episode of Kotoura-San is in my opinion an execeptional work of storytelling. If you're worried about getting spoiled for the series you're in luck because we are going to be looking over the first episode... Hopefully I can hook you … Continue reading When One Episode Turns Good to Great : Kotoura-San Episode Review
Good evening, weary traveler. Welcome to my planet, and hopefully your first stop on a journey through the cosmos. I’ll be your friendly navigator for the Space is the Place expedition and help you find out where to go. First, you’re probably wondering how I got in this situation…. how does one go from a … Continue reading Expelled From Paradise (Review) [Space is the Place]
Good afternoon everyone, I’m Donnie Lemonie the most impartial, non-bias journalist to ever exist. K is taking the day off and has brought me in here to cover a special topic he admits he’s too much of an opinionated jerk to handle these stories with the journalistic integrity that Donnie Lemonie has. Speaking of high … Continue reading Twitter is a Great Place to Share Art?!?
READING PART 1 IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. THIS IS AN ARC BY ARC REVIEW OF CLANNAD: AFTER STORY WHICH WILL DETAIL AND SPOIL THOSE ARCS SO DON'T READ THAT IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE SPOILED. READ THE FIRST COUPLE PARAGRAPHS OF PART 1. IF I STRETCH THE INTRO ANY LONGER THIS BECOMES UN-READ-ABLY LONG SO … Continue reading Tears and Fears Clannad: The Complete After Story
“It is sadder to find the past again and find it inadequate to the present than it is to have it elude you and remain forever a harmonious conception of memory.”- F. Scott Fitzgerald The concept of rose-colored nostalgia googles tells me that this might not be a great idea but if you give me … Continue reading Clannad: The Complete Story
Two posts in a row with the same format, looks like Hollywood isn't the only losings it's creativity. Well, decided I had to post some good old simple movie reviews; movies is in the name and I don't like feeling like I'm false advertising. You know what you came for let's get into it. The … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Red Box Rentals
https://media.giphy.com/media/X98PijOYa3Tl6/giphy.gif I just want to emphasize Jasmine’s facial expression here. Remember when during A Whole New World it just looked like Jasmine was having the time of her life and it was this incredible journey: wind in your hair through this soft blue sky and despite it being this epic adventure across the world and … Continue reading Diet Aladdin (2019) Review
Remember when this was my main review format? Yeah, apparently me neither. This isn't even how I did it; it was always one film not this weird fudge, marry, kill movies edition. Alright, let's review away. The Good - How to Train Your Dragon: The hidden World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkcucKDrbOI How to Train Your Dragon is an … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Animated Sequels
The MTV MOVIE AWARDS are coming up and I'm certainly not their audience, but that wouldn't stop me from voting anyway. I have no idea what I'm talking about so this should could be interesting. Let's see how it went shall we. Why is BlacKKKsman here? Great movie but why pretend like it fits in … Continue reading RGB and Captain Marvel Share Best Kiss on the Iron Throne – MTV Movie Awards
Preface: I don't like to stir the pot but I mean just look at that title. It was too fun to pass up the opportunity to write that. I feel it necessary to warn you all that there is something truly terrifying that I will be discussing today, and it is something that may have … Continue reading A Critic’s Critique of the Critics’ Critic: Are You Allowed to Say Endgame is Bad?
So, I just saw Avengers: Endgame and while my review style is to be somewhat interpretative to allow you to weigh my criticisms and praises to reflect on your own... but there are no opinions when it comes to this movie… only facts. The fact is this is the greatest film in all of existence. … Continue reading Epic Endgame Review
So after watching Toradora, a very melodramatic romantic comedy, it only seems fitting that I would follow it up with the exact opposite. Also fun fact in between watching K-ON! I decided to watch Synecdoche, New York which is a film about existential dread (safe to say emotionally I've been all over the place with … Continue reading Always After-School: K-ON! Review
Jordan Peele's Doppelganger thriller has already proven itself both a commercial and critical success and in instances like this I would let the massive wave of other critics sing the same praises I had and consider my own input unnecessary. However, if I had to describe Us in one word it would be a toss … Continue reading I Don’t Understand All the Fuss About ‘Us’
Lately I've been "hard at work" on a new video review... but I also decided it was time to watch a new anime series. Now I'm a little nervous because I recently got a couple new followers after getting a shoutout from an Anime blogger.... so I can't wait to do what I do best … Continue reading Dragons, Taiga, and Bear Santa Oh My! Toradora Review
Maybe just American audience's but why was Childish Gambino's "Me and Your Mama" the theme of Oscars. I swear, every commercial break that car commercial came on. Did you enjoy the Academy Awards... as Dora the Explorer would say "Me Too". Sorry to anyone hoping to make a non-english film and win best picture those … Continue reading The “NOTSCARS” Cancelled. The Black Klansman (Review)
"I can't save you"- Hoboman After watching a film as dense and awkwardly presented as Velvet Buzzsaw one might hope that a self-proclaimed critic such as myself can clarify the film in some regards or possibly legitimize your feelings of disdain or satisfaction. However, in this case I have to refrain and admit to you … Continue reading ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ What Exactly Am I Looking At?
When I think of a truly terrifying movie watching experience, I think of The Babyface Murders. While other films have gratuitous jump scares, unsettling imagery, and frightful atmospheric tension.... well all of that is Teletubbies compared to The Babyface Murders. What makes this movie so scary you may ask? Quite Frankly, I did not know … Continue reading Now This is Scary?
A little late but I've finally gotten around to watching the most compelling horror film of 2018, Hereditary. Hereditary is held together by strong performances from Toni Collette and first time feature director Ari Aster shows an impressive willingness to explore his medium and craft as a filmmaker. So with a seemingly weaker year in … Continue reading Is ‘Hereditary’ Oscar Worthy?
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is a delightful show that after finishing the marvel that is the series film/holiday special The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya I’m glad I decided to check out. I will try my best to represent the show as it’s always fun to try to describe an atypical show with its own … Continue reading An Anime ‘Community’? – The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Review
“Fellini’s Roma” was attacked in some circles as an example of Fellini coasting on his genius. I find this point of view completely incomprehensible. Critics who would force Fellini back into traditional narrative films are missing the point; Fellini isn’t just giving us a lot of flashy scenes, he’s building a narrative that has a … Continue reading Is ‘Roma’ (2018) as Good as They Say?