(This review was originally posted on Jan. 20, 2020. Naturally, there are spoilers) Even though Infinity Train was originally presented as a one-off mini-series, the show runners had a secret up their sleeves. The show was actually an anthology where each season would focus on a new character. As someone who found themselves mildly disappointed… Continue reading Be a passenger on this new journey aboard the “Infinity Train.”
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“Undone” is weird and amazing
Amazon’s Undone is the kind of show that can ONLY really shine in an animated medium. The rotoscope style-animation is beautiful, uncanny and perfectly suits the story Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy were trying to tell. I usually really don’t like rotoscope because of how creepy it can be and because people just look like… Continue reading “Undone” is weird and amazing
The importance of timing; a review and thoughts on Mamoru Hosoda’s “Mirai.”
Thankfully, this week was much, much easier than last week; if only I could say the same about the next few weeks. It’s the holidays, which is good for a lot of a lot of lines of work, but in my line, it just means shorter deadlines.And that just sucks. I have Christmas Day and… Continue reading The importance of timing; a review and thoughts on Mamoru Hosoda’s “Mirai.”
‘Made in Abyss,’ is the best anime of 2017.
(Warning: Mild Spoilers) I just finished Made in Abyss, an anime based off the manga with the same name. It came out last year. The first season is 13 episodes long, and it has already been announced the series will be continued, which I am thankful for. This season ended on a cliff-hanger, with the… Continue reading ‘Made in Abyss,’ is the best anime of 2017.