Online Series Review: Sugar Pine 7

What's going on everyone? I wanted to talk about one of my newish favorite YouTube channels Sugar Pine 7, recent winner of a Streamy for Show of the Year! Their alternative lifestyle vlog-type videos are a joy to watch for their odd delivery and unyielding vaping. Created by Steven Suptic shortly before the end of … Continue reading Online Series Review: Sugar Pine 7

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TV Review: Master of None (Season 2)

Nothing but spoilers ahead! After all this time we finally have the second season of Master of None available on Netflix! I've enjoyed most of Aziz Ansari's work, except maybe his role in the last season of Scrubs, and I remember binging the first season of Master of None like there was no tomorrow. Season … Continue reading TV Review: Master of None (Season 2)

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 … Continue reading Anime Review: Natsume Yuujinchou

Short Anime Review: Anohana

I've seen some great anime before. Many that were action packed and many that touched my heart. Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day however, was the first that was able to make me bawl like a baby. This show is very sweet and tells an amazing story about lost friendships and love. It has a … Continue reading Short Anime Review: Anohana

Short Anime Review: ERASED

With beautiful artwork, a dark captivating story, and a relatable main character, Erased was one of my favorite anime of 2016. Satoru Fujinuma is a young manga artist struggling to make a name for himself following his debut. But, that was not the only thing in his life that Satoru was feeling frustrated about…he was … Continue reading Short Anime Review: ERASED

Short Anime Review: Ushio and Tora

When I first stumbled upon this show on Crunchyroll a few years back, I was immediately struck by the artwork and it's homage to the old style of animation. I decided to give it a go and was pleased to see the writing also seemed pretty nostalgic. Long ago, a ferocious monster terrorized the land, … Continue reading Short Anime Review: Ushio and Tora

Online Show Review: Sword Art Online Abridged

Sword Art Online Abridged will always be that one abridged series I thought about making, but am so so happy someone else did it first. I remember watching when it was first released, but it took such long breaks that I thought it was cancelled. However it looks like Something Witty Entertainment finally wrapped up … Continue reading Online Show Review: Sword Art Online Abridged