Undertale – Masterpiece or Overrated?

Undertale. When one mentions that title, fond memories come to mind, or the thought, "That game again?" Indeed, since its release in 2015, Undertale has become something of a phenomenon in the gaming world. Created by Toby Fox, Undertale is a sprite-based RPG that has the look of an oldschool RPG like Earthbound. The game... Continue Reading →

Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run Review

Ever heard of this movie? No? Well, you've come to the right place. Released in 2015, Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run was a straight-to-DVD film in the Looney Tunes series. In fact, it was the first Looney production in nine years, following Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas. (That was a decent, fun take on A... Continue Reading →

Revisiting Batman Begins

Batman is one of the most iconic figures in popular culture. He first appeared in 1939, making him one of the earliest comic book characters. He has starred in numerous other media - from the campy, but beloved Adam West 1966 series, to 2017's Justice League film. At this point, Batman may be the most... Continue Reading →

Lucky Star Review

What is the greatest sitcom of all time? That is a hard question to answer. Many would say some of these classics are: The Odd Couple, The Honeymooners, and I Love Lucy. Those are excellent choices, and it would be hard to disagree. I would throw in another popular choice to the mix. This choice... Continue Reading →

In Search of the Lost Future Review

In Search of the Lost Future incorporates quite a few genres. It is part slice of life; the episodes can have an episodic feel at times. But, it also has an ongoing storyline that runs seamlessly for most of the 12 episodes. It is part romance, and even science fiction. It combines these genres exceptionally... Continue Reading →

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

Dinosaurs have been appearing in cinema since the early 1900s. However, it wasn't until 1993 that the extinct creatures were fully made alive in the eyes of moviegoers. The first Jurassic Park made dinosaurs appear as real creatures; it really did look like a Tyrannosaurus Rex was standing next to a person. From there, we... Continue Reading →

The Rolling Girls Review

There are great anime, there are bad anime, and then there are okay anime. A show like Guilty Crown edges more toward the negative side, while a show like Karneval edges more toward the okay side. One great - no, fantastic anime, is Attack on Titan. The studio behind that show is Wit Studio. In... Continue Reading →

Avengers: Infinity War Review

The Russo Brothers have used the term "heist" to describe what Avengers: Infinity War looks like. Indeed, there are feelings of a race against the clock as the heroes try and stop the mad titan Thanos from acquiring all the Infinity Stones. Like the best heist films, the films moves at an expert pace with... Continue Reading →

Karneval Review

Released in 2013, the Karneval anime is an adaption of the manga by the same name. The story follows a creature named Nai. Nai is apparently half "niji" and half human. Nai is looking for his caretaker, a man named Karoku. A crook named Gareki runs into Nai, and the two of them end up... Continue Reading →

Kirby Star Allies Review

Kirby doesn't talk much, but when he does say something, it's typically something cheerful. He is a very cheerful character, but gets serious when his planet is being attacked. He's willing to lend a hand to any stranger that comes asking for help, never giving it a second thought. It's all these reasons and more... Continue Reading →

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