Monthly Archive: December, 2015

Suicide Club and Self-Discovery (2002)

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A while back, I watched a rather intriguing Japanese horror film called “Suicide Club”. The plot centers around an impending wave of mass suicides that threaten Japanese society, creating a sense of mystery… Continue reading

Sound! Euphonium (2015) Review

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Meet Oumae Kumiko, a first-year high school student. Think of her as a snarky yet lackadaisical protagonist, content to go with the flow. Watch her get dragged into joining her school’s equally lackadaisical… Continue reading

A Doctor Who Recommendation: Where to Start

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      So, you’re new to Doctor Who and want to start watching. Well, read on! There’s a couple starting points you can take. I’ll break down each potential starting point below… Continue reading

Bastion: Greater than the Sum of its Parts

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Plot, music, mood, characters, gameplay – there are numerous ways game developers can manipulate these elements to create a compelling experience. Many series can attribute their successes to individual components shining above the… Continue reading

The Beauty of Steven Universe

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Steven Universes is one of those cartoons directed at children and received by older audiences. After it began airing on TV for the first time, around a year ago, the show melted the… Continue reading