Friday Funsies – MAL’s Most Popular Anime From #50 to #45 (I’m doing lists, guys, send help)

In a FRUITLESS attempt to bring some life to this blog, I’m going to be doing this thing where I talk about popular anime as of, uh, current year and month of January 2020. This is gonna be real messy and real raw thoughts, so if you’re not into that, read on anyway because I don’t care, you need differing opinions in life. Anyways, I’m … Continue reading Friday Funsies – MAL’s Most Popular Anime From #50 to #45 (I’m doing lists, guys, send help)

Spooktober Finale: What Scares Me?

The real horror is realizing I was too busy/lazy to make daily posts. So today, to celebrate the 31st of October, I will be rambling about things I find scary from a bunch of stuff I shove into my face and ears. Anime Series: Attack On Titan OKAY, HEAR ME OUT BEFORE YA’LL START DISMISSING ME AS A NORMIE. Attack on Titan isn’t “scary” to … Continue reading Spooktober Finale: What Scares Me?

Spooktober: 9 Must-Watch Live-Action Asian Horror Movies! (With Arsene Lucifer and Kyrios)

[Repost from last year’s much more ambitious Spooktober. I really want to talk about those collabs soon.] We got a long one today, folks. Joining me are two fellow bloggers and much bigger movie buffs than I am, Arsene Lucifer and Kyrios! They are amazing reviewers who usually go for the lesser known gems in movies, and I implore every one of you to check … Continue reading Spooktober: 9 Must-Watch Live-Action Asian Horror Movies! (With Arsene Lucifer and Kyrios)

Illegal Friday Funsies – Make It Anime! (I Didn’t Get Tagged For This, But I’m Doing It Anyway)

Yes,you heard me right,I’m doing a tag without even being tagged, like the true mad man I am! I can hear the WordPress SWAT team knocking on my door as we speak,so while they figure out how to get through seven doors of reinforced cardboard gunpla boxes, I’ll be doing the “tag”, so to speak, breaking the sanctity of the tag system. Life has many … Continue reading Illegal Friday Funsies – Make It Anime! (I Didn’t Get Tagged For This, But I’m Doing It Anyway)

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse And The 5 Stages Of Grief

I’m sure everybody and their mother has reviewed this movie to death already, so instead of talking about the movie’s amazing visuals, soundtrack and script like everybody probably already has in much greater detail, I’ll instead choose to focus on one of the most crucial themes of not only the movie, but the Spider-Man mythos in general. Continue reading Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse And The 5 Stages Of Grief

A Breakdown Of The Crunchyroll Awards 2019 Winners (And Why Half of Them Are Wrong Again)

This year was a lot less controversial than the absolute panderfest that was the past two years, but it still feels very weird and pandering in completely different ways. For starters,it felt like it pandered to both the mainstream crowd and niche crowd but ccouldn’t meet the middle road, leading to two awards feeling like it’s from two completely different panels. Today, let’s assume what … Continue reading A Breakdown Of The Crunchyroll Awards 2019 Winners (And Why Half of Them Are Wrong Again)

Aladdin’s Bizarre Adventure – A Short Introspective On Disney Live Action Remakes

I’m sorry,I KNOW I said today would be a weekly anime recap in yesterday’s post,but after seeing this travesty,I just HAD to talk about it. What travesty,you ask? Well. I once had aspirations of being a 3D CGI Artist, and so I like to think I know quite a bit about the basics of how to make CGI look good within the context of the … Continue reading Aladdin’s Bizarre Adventure – A Short Introspective On Disney Live Action Remakes

In Memory of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko

I had a post planned for today, but in light of recent events, I wanted to talk about some of the most influential people to my childhood to have ever lived. Stan Lee, the face of Marvel, and another, lesser known but equally important figure of Marvel, Steve Ditko. When I was a kid, one of the first movies I ever remember watching in the … Continue reading In Memory of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko

Halloween (2018) Movie Review – Just Call It Halloween II, Damn It

For October 31, I celebrated by going to the theaters to watch some movies, and the most thematically appropriate movie I watched that day was Halloween (2018). How does it hold up to the original 1978 classic? Why didn’t they just call it Halloween II? That’s what we’ll be talking about in this review. There will be minor spoilers. Continue reading Halloween (2018) Movie Review – Just Call It Halloween II, Damn It

Friday Funsies: Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech Spider Gwen

Hey, I’m back. Sorta. Sorry for leaving this blog barren for the past two weeks. My college has been doing some really garbage things lately, so I haven’t been able to dedicate much time to you guys. I AM still busy, but I also didn’t wanna leave you guys with nothing this week, so I made a quick little figure review for you all. In … Continue reading Friday Funsies: Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech Spider Gwen