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Aug 27, 2014
The November Man is a grim, dark slice of violence that takes itself as seriously as a documentary despite its cheap action flick-style plotting and personas.
Posted by Alex Santa Maria in Featured, Movie Reviews, Movies, Reviews | 0 comments
Space Dandy has returned to the airwaves, and it has been some of the best anime comedy this 15+year anime viewer has ever witnessed!
Posted by Curtis Stone in Anime, Anime Reviews, Featured, Reviews | 0 comments
Aug 26, 2014
Aldnoah Zero has landed bringing Ei Aoki and Gen Urobichi back to the anime small screen. But what the hell does Aldnoah Zero even mean or have to consist of?
Aug 22, 2014
Scale a living castle, test your wits against a djinn, and punch goblins in the face. Shadowgate is back and ready to kill you.
Posted by Christian Mincks in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
Tokyo ESP is Hajime Segawa’s latest manga turned anime, and it’s the X-Men anime we’ve all been waiting for!
Aug 21, 2014
Zankyou no Terror is Shinichirō Watanabe’s newest creation and this thriller is full of mystery and terrific Yoko Kanno-driven OST!
Posted by Curtis Stone in Anime, Anime Reviews, Featured, Reviews | 3 comments
Aug 20, 2014
Shirogane no Ishi Argevollen is part of the mecha genre, but instead of robots zipping here and there, it’s a bit more grounded and realistic in presentation.
Tokyo Ghoul is the most anticipated horror-action anime of the season, but does it start out worthwhile, or a failed scare attempt?
Aug 18, 2014
Quest for Infamy tries its hardest to me a funny version of Quest for Glory and fails spectacularly
Posted by Kate Reilly in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 2 comments
Aug 16, 2014
Akame ga Kill is all about visceral action, assassins, and changing the Capital in more ways than one. And it’s a bloody, messy, terrific time!
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