Haunted houses and castles, oh my! We keep the Halloween theme going with some Netflix and thrills. This week we check out ‘The Haunting of Hill House” based on the 1959 book of the same name. Also, we review the much anticipated second season of “Castlevania” based on the classic video game series.Read More
Forget your FLCL sequels and your Pop Team Epics; if you want an anime that is part slice of life and part Whiskey Tango Foxtrot levels of surrealism and vulgarity, you should watch Asobi Asobase. The anime has started its run since August and has yet to let up since.
And it all begins with the most innocuous anime OP.
It’s incredible that it took about fourteen years for us to finally get a sequel but it’s finally here superhero landing in cinemas. But before we that we have some more E3 talk and also we review the adorable Agguretsuko on Netflix.Read More
“Batman Ninja” is now available today in digital formats! Arriving stealthily under the shadow of the box-office juggernaut “Avengers: Infinity War”. This new animated feature is a wild departure from the usual caped crusader fare. Taking the Dark Knight back in time to feudal Japan, where battles The Joker, as well as other notable villains in the age of the samurai. All the while also looking for a way back home to the present time. This review contains minor spoilers.Read More
It’s a full metal gear… alchemist…survival episode? Anyway we have another videogame review with Konami’s Kojimaless Metal Gear Survive. And also we review the live action adaptation of Full Metal Alchemist. It’s a heavy metal episode, so raise those devil-horns and tune in now! Oh yeah and also Oscars talk…Read More
And February has finally arrived, meaning we’re done with the January drought. And we have two new videogame releases kicking off 2018, with “DragonBall Fighter Z” and “Monster Hunter 4“. Then a slight tangent where we talk about EVO Japan, the American fighting game tournament’s first venture into Asia. Also we have new movie reviews, with Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” and Oscar nominated “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri“.Read More
Horny Dragon girls, oh my! The penultimate episode before we close the season. Jumping off from our last episode we talk our favorite television shows for 2017… so far.
And finally we talk all the moments in 2017 that impacted us, outside the trinity of movies, videogames and T.V. Well most of us. Warning: copious amounts of dragon boobies rambling.