Directed By: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck Written By: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck Starring: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, and others Run Time: 2 Hours and 4 Minutes Release Date: March 8th, 2019 Link to IMDb Before you ask, yes. I know that there's controversy surrounding this film. Am I going to talk about it? No.… Continue reading Captain Marvel Review: Not Quite Marvelous (But Not Bad)
I love this game. I'm not even going to beat around the bush. I've been excited for this game since it was first announced, and I've been talking about the series practically once a week in the last few months before it's release. It's safe to say that my hype was through the roof, and… Continue reading Devil May Cry 5 Review: The Time Has Come and So Have… Well, You Know
Release Date: January 15th, 2013 Platforms: Xbox 360, PS4, Xbox One, PC Developed By: Ninja Theory Published By: Capcom Okay I lied. Let's talk about this fucking game. But before we really start, let's address a few things. One. Is this a bad video game? No. In fact, it's actually a pretty good game. But… Continue reading Day 306: DMC Devil May Cry Review
Available on: Netflix Running time: 90 Minutes Directed by: Kobun Shizuno & Hiroyuki Sheshita Produced by: Takashi Yoshizawa Where do I even start with this one? The Netflix Godzilla animated trilogy has been a wild ride. Each movie has had a fair number of problems, especially City on the Edge of Battle, but overall I've… Continue reading Day 303: Godzilla The Planet Eater Review
Now is a good time to be a Devil May Cry fan. 5 is right around the corner, and it looks absolutely fantastic. On top of that, we're getting an anime series produced by the same man behind the excellent Castlevania. Things are finally looking up. But there's something a lot of people don't know… Continue reading Day 299: Devil May Cry Anime Series Review
Season 2 of Seven Deadly Sins was a fun but rough ride. It had plenty of flaws, but it did just enough good to keep me going right up until the end and still leave me excited for season 3. And, to wet our appetites further, Netflix recently put up the new stand alone film… Continue reading Day 298: Seven Deadly Sins Prisoners of the Sky Review
In terms of plot, there's not a whole lot going on here. We spend the first majority of it with the Class 1-A kids deciding the Class Rep, then the set up for the final arc of season one: the USJ attack. Aside from that, the only thing worth mentioning is the substantial development of… Continue reading My Review Academia S1 E9: Iida Does a Thing!