Anime Review: Your lie in April

This show had a pretty quick turnaround from my first impressions post earlier last week, but I got a little caught up in it and couldn't stop watching. It reminded me of Kids on the Slope from time to time as well as shows like Clannad, Anohana and Angel Beats. I didn't necessarily go into [...]


First Impressions: Your lie in April

So I've just finished the first episode, Monotone/Colorful, and I really think I'm going to like this show. It did a great job of exploring most of the main characters, as well as an information dump that was just manageable. We're introduced to Kousei, Tsubaki, Watari and Kaori, our four main protagonists (I assume). They all [...]

Top 10 Voice Actors

What's this about Jake? You're starting to do a bunch of Top # Lists now? You bet I am! I don't know why I didn't start doing them sooner! What a great way of telling people about my favorite stuff in a way that clearly states I think my trash is better than your trash... [...]

Anime Review: KONOSUBA – God’s blessing on this wonderful world!

KonoSuba is one of many isekai anime to come out in recent years. However almost immediately during the first episode I found myself actually laughing out loud. They take outrageous to a new level. After a traffic accident, Kazuma Sato’s disappointingly brief life was supposed to be over, but he wakes up to see a [...]

Game Review: The Turing Test

How's it going everyone? I just finished playing The Turing Test (one of Xbox Live's FREE GAMES for the October 2017), and I felt like this game needs a good review. Also if you'd like to check out my play-through of the game you can find it at the following links: Part One  --  Part [...]

Movie Review: Blade Runner (Original and 2049)

I first saw the original Blade Runner when I was a kid on what used to be called the SciFi network. Or did I? Either way my memories of the movie were fuzzy, so before seeing the new Blade Runner 2049 I decided to watch the original for comparison. Unfortunately what I watched was apparently [...]

Anime Review: Natsume Yuujinchou

Natsume Yuujinchou (Book of Friends) has been one of my favorite anime series since 2013. I suppose you could call it a mystical slice-of-life about a boy named Takashi Natsume and his ability to interact with youkai or supernatural monsters, spirits or demons in Japanese folklore. His grandmother Reiko Natsume also had this ability, and [...]