How Do You Like Them Apples: Reviewing Netflix’s Death Note Movie

Unpopular opinion: I actually enjoyed the Netflix Death Note movie. This is coming from someone who's gone through the original material: manga, anime, and even the Japanese movies with Tatsuya Fujiwara (Battle Royale, Rurouni Kenshin). I watched the Netflix version and found it enjoyable. I liked it. Before you start lighting torches and marching on…

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Kuzu No Honkai – Dark Dimensions of Desire

In general, romance is a genre of hopefulness. In certain ways, it’s full of very idealized stories where readers and viewers place their hopes and dreams on the shoulders of characters and their happiness. There are struggles and there is conflict, but fans are generally assured of their “happy endings.” Romance isn’t everyone’s cup of…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 VE, Tab A with S Pen

MANILA, Philippines - Sometimes, a smartphone and laptop just won’t cut it. Sure, your smartphone brings mobility and access in the palm of your hand, and your laptop gives you a complete work suite for your corporate needs. But what happens when you need more than a smartphone’s 5.5” of screen, but don’t want to…

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Grayson #15 and Detective Comics #47 Review

DC Comics' winter event is in full swing with two instalments of Robin War out this week. Grayson #15 and Detective Comics #47 continue as parts 2 and 3 respectively. Grayson #15 Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley Art by Mikel Janin Robin War continues from a strong opening chapter with an equally strong second part by…

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Pan Movie Review – Some thoughts, not necessarily happy.

Pan is director Joe Wright and writer Jason Fuchs' attempt at an origin story for J.M.Barrie's Peter Pan story, and I'm not quite sure how I feel about it. We're introduced to Peter being abandoned in front of an orphanage run by cranky nuns; so far so good. Suddenly orphans being sold to pirates? The…

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The Green Inferno – Review

After a year long delay, the Green Inferno finally got its theatrical release and with all honesty, it wasn't really worth the wait. The man behind the camera, Eli Roth, considered the Chilean- American horror film a tribute to Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust  and took inspiration from Italian gore films as seen in the late 70's and…

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