Tuesday’s Top 5: Horror Anime Released in the Last 5 Years

Tuesday's Top 5

It is seriously hard to find a good horror anime and that isn't surprising given how few are released in general (when compared with the plethora of isekai stories or cute girls doing whatever anime). But it does make it hard to do a Halloween anime list each year when very little has changed. So … Continue reading Tuesday’s Top 5: Horror Anime Released in the Last 5 Years

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3 Days, 3 Quotes: Day 2 – Seriously, Just Because Someone Is Evil Doesn’t Mean They Are Behind Everything Wrong With The World

Again a big thank-you to¬†Moyatorium for tagging me. And a reminder that I'm going to keep these posts pretty short and I'm also going to break the consecutive day rule. I have however, decided to choose quotes from the Autumn 2017 anime season for my 3 days. Rules: Thank the person who nominated you. Post … Continue reading 3 Days, 3 Quotes: Day 2 – Seriously, Just Because Someone Is Evil Doesn’t Mean They Are Behind Everything Wrong With The World

King’s Game Series Review: Only For True Fans of Bad Horror

Overview: Something happened at Nobuaki's old school and all of his classmates are dead. Starting over at a new school he is understandably reserved but slowly gets drawn into friendship with many of his new classmates. Then they all receive a text message informing them that the King's Game has started and they cannot stop … Continue reading King’s Game Series Review: Only For True Fans of Bad Horror

The Best of Autumn 2017

And the Autumn Season has come to a close bringing an end to the 2017 year in anime. While the poll for best of the year will get going tomorrow, for now it is time to reflect on the final anime season that 2017 had to offer. Starting with my picks, we'll then look at … Continue reading The Best of Autumn 2017

The Worst of Autumn 2017

Something different this season, I'm starting with the worst so that the best can follow. I will admit, this season the poll had the most votes for worst anime of the season and there was a clear winner fairly early on. So, first I'll share my picks for worst of the season (keeping in mind … Continue reading The Worst of Autumn 2017

King’s Game Episode 12 – The Dramatic Conclusion (Or Maybe Not)

Review (heavy spoilers): It will be genuinely impossible to review this episode without spoilers so if you want to be surprised by the conclusion (well, don't watch the show for one but also maybe pass on reading this post until later). We are down to our last five contestants in this game of death and … Continue reading King’s Game Episode 12 – The Dramatic Conclusion (Or Maybe Not)

King’s Game Episode 11: There Is No Winning

Review: Other than the near completion of the day long run (which I'm calling rubbish on given most of these kids weren't dressed for running and they certainly didn't have enough fluid so more of them should have collapsed) this episode brings us a glimpse at how Nobuaki's game ended leaving one crucial detail to … Continue reading King’s Game Episode 11: There Is No Winning

King’s Game Episode 10: Questions and Motivations

Review: Seems everyone is asking 'why' in this episode. Not the 'why' the audience wants answered mind you. No one is asking why the King's Game even exists or why the king thinks they are capable of running the entire day (because if that was my order I'd be camping out next to a vending … Continue reading King’s Game Episode 10: Questions and Motivations

King’s Game Episode 9: Emotional Tension Despite a Lack of Logic

Review (some spoilers): Pointing out holes in the logic of King's Game is pointless as well as stupid at this point in time. It is clear the story isn't logical and isn't trying to be. So the absence of parents at the hospital when two separate teenagers have been admitted with every finger on one … Continue reading King’s Game Episode 9: Emotional Tension Despite a Lack of Logic

King’s Game Episode 8: Individual Desires vs Collective Survival

Review: Slightly longer post this week. One thing King's Game has never been is subtle at nowhere is that clearer than in the theme that has persisted throughout the length of the season. When the game first started, Nobuaki stated point blank that they had to work together and not turn on their friends. This … Continue reading King’s Game Episode 8: Individual Desires vs Collective Survival