Zetsuen no Tempest Review

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The following review is essentially a salty rambling involving a show no one’s watched and a particularly egregious cinema sin: “quote dropping”. Nothing grinds my gears more than a highly superficial anime that… Continue reading

Why I’m A Fujoshi Who Hates Yaoi (and BL)

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When someone mentions yaoi, BL, or slash shipping, what are the first things that come to mind for you? Probably something like this: Here we have Yaoi Hands™ on a classic pretty boy… Continue reading

A Great Beginning for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

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Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is an adaptation done right. The eight 50 minute episodes remain somewhat faithful to the children’s novels. This is not surprising as Daniel Handler (Lemony Snicket), the author… Continue reading

Team Fortress Comic #6: Hype And The Fandom

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On January 9th, Jay Pinkerton (writer of the Team Fortress comics) posted the cover image for the long-awaited comic #6 that fans have been waiting for since the release of #5 back in… Continue reading

Why Jessica Jones is the best thing to happen to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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This article will have spoilers for Jessica Jones, so unless you’ve already watched it or don’t care about spoilers at all, you should probably stop reading. The show, as its title suggests, is… Continue reading

Star Wars Rebels: Seasons 1 & 2 Review

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The critical acclaim of fan-favourite Emperor Strikes Back and the cult following of Knights of the Old Republic suggest that fans of Star Wars gravitate towards darker, more mature stories. With the cancellation… Continue reading

What the Nintendo Switch Needs to Succeed

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Nintendo consoles have a history of pushing the status quo. The NES transitioned controller input from a joystick to a gamepad, and the Wii popularized motion controls. The Nintendo DS reintroduced touch screens… Continue reading

Why Do We Anime: The Contemplations of an Otaku

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A look into why I chose the otaku lifestyle, and why you should too.

Splatter (2009) Review: It’s not the most embarrassing thing Corey Feldman has done. 

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It’s Halloween, which means you can now binge watch the goriest, dumbest, objectively bad horror movies you can find on Netflix under the guise of being “festive”. As a veteran of the swampy… Continue reading