Is This Show Any Good? Kappa Mikey- Mikey Likes It (FT. Skully/Energized and Salty)

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)

Snoop a Peek at Agatha Christine: Next Door Spy

Concessions Confession: A wholesome tale that never feels anything exceptional but is a simple delight none the less. Log Line: Solving a simple convenient store robbery is an everyday case for child detective Agatha Christine. Making friends in a new neighborhood however, is not so simple. Did you know that Agatha Christie, famed fiction writer … Continue reading Snoop a Peek at Agatha Christine: Next Door Spy

The Invisible Guest (REVIEW)

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)

A Tale of The Two Popes

A film that demonstrates a rich dichotomy between ideological differences can be considered as old as film itself. Yet, international director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, Blindness) delivers with his recent film The Two Popes in constructing the perfect paradox of a film that feels entirely timeless as well as crucially contemporary.

Highlight Real – Kuroko’s Basketball Ep. 1-13 (Dude Sports Guy)

What's up guys, it's your dude, Dude Sports Guy. There's something that needs to be addressed (Is it that you're starting to establish six degrees of separation between your own personas and this level of dissociation is beginning to get concerning). Whatever that means... no. we need to talk about how the sports world as … Continue reading Highlight Real – Kuroko’s Basketball Ep. 1-13 (Dude Sports Guy)

Kiki’s Delivery Service – A Taste of Something Familiar

How’s this for a cold open: Kiki’s Delivery Service has an astounding 97% on the good old Rotten Tomatoes. It has one rotten review that has it at a 2/4. This one negative review is from certainly an interesting critic; look no further than their 2016 Best & Worst Films. The same year that: Zootopia, … Continue reading Kiki’s Delivery Service – A Taste of Something Familiar

The Fragile Phantom and Love’s Sorrow – When Good Becomes Great

Redemption? Why, when it’s easy to pretend to play network executive and cancel people and remove them from our "programming"; out of sight and out of mind? Seeing redemption in others is one of the most difficult conclusions to reach, because you have to search beyond the surface. When is redemption appropriate, when is it … Continue reading The Fragile Phantom and Love’s Sorrow – When Good Becomes Great

K at the Movies 2019 Review – Part 2

May Noteworthy followers: Unique Particle (Look at the Trees)Karandi (100 Word Anime)Terrance Crow (Crow's World of Anime)Scott (Mechanical Anime Reviews) May in retrospect was so wild I have a hard time believing that all of this happened in one month. The birth of shortcut my short film exploration series which is fun and different; something … Continue reading K at the Movies 2019 Review – Part 2

Too Many Strange Christmas Guests? (X-Mas Special)

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)

Under the Silver Lake (Part 1)

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)

Ready Up For A Bit of the Ultra ‘Violence Voyager’

Have you ever laid your eyes on something so strange and repulsive that it makes your skin crawl a bit? For me that was my initial reaction to when I first gazed upon this “thing” from Ujicha’s Violence Voyager. This odd-looking fetus Golem with some boom box shaped head and the eyes of a salted … Continue reading Ready Up For A Bit of the Ultra ‘Violence Voyager’

Vampire Tales That Will Leave You Spooked!

The Vampyre Them Twilight Vampires have nothing on my Danny DeVito looking guy, now that's a good looking vamp. Polidori, John “The Vampyre.” The Penguin Book of Vampire Stories, by Alan Ryan, Penguin, 1989, pp. 7-24. Synopsis: John Polidori’s romantic fiction, The Vampyre produces a hellish creature meant to highlight the folly of human mortality. The … Continue reading Vampire Tales That Will Leave You Spooked!